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Members of The Ohana Association managing a booth about the organization. Photo credit: The Ohana Association

Uplifting minority groups through student clubs and organizations

Lissete Landaverde April 19, 2021

Starting college is not easy for anyone, especially for minorities, who may feel out of place and may not have the resources needed to get through the process. The Weber State Center of Multicultural Excellence...

On Feb 25, 2021, University of Utah professor William Smith gave a presentation to Weber State on the education of Black History and why it is needed in society today. (ISRAEL CAMPA/The Signpost)

Un discusión sobre el racismo científico y la fatiga de la batalla racial

Lissete Landaverde March 1, 2021

Profesor de University of Utah William Smith hizo dos preguntas durante su discurso virtual sobre el Mes de la Historia Negra en feb. 23: ¿Por qué necesitamos el Mes de la Historia Negra?" y "Por qué...

Weber State University holds a senate meeting in fall 2015. Two new senators have been ratified to this years WSUSA Supreme Court. (The Signpost Archives)

News briefs: New WSUSA senators, FAFSA frenzy, holiday free swap

Ben Brandley November 8, 2016

New WSUSA Senators Sworn-inThe WSUSA Supreme Court swore in two new senators on Oct. 31.Julio Otay was ratified as the new Hispanic Students Senator, and Kevin McFadden became the new senator representing...

Tasty Thursday: Asian isn't just Chinese food

February 19, 2015

Weber State University students and faculty had the opportunity to taste the different flavors that Asia has to offer. Veggie borscht, beef borscht and fried rice were some of the dishes served during...

Sneak Peek: Tasty Thursday

February 17, 2015

Students and faculty will try food from different Asian countries during Tasty Thursday (Tammy Ljungblad/Kansas City Star/TNS) Weber State University  Multicultural Student Center is hosting Tasty...

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