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The LGBTQ Resource and Womens Center located inside of the Shepard Union building at the Ogden Weber State campus.

El centro de la mujer llama la atención sobre la violencia doméstica

Mariano Martinez Martinez, Traductor October 17, 2023

Los estudiantes que pasean por el campus pueden encontrar nuevas señales en el césped en diferentes áreas. Weber State University ha puesto declaraciones de tierras para reconocer la historia de la...

This is Paiute Land is written on the sign that sits amongst the other lawn signs leading up to the Ogden campus.

Recognizing where we stand: Indigenous land declarations

Gracie Stephenson, Reporter October 17, 2023

Students walking around campus may notice new lawn signs around campus. Weber State University put land declarations to recognize the history of the land the university is on. Amanda Jones, multicultural...

Tammy Nguyen, WSUs new executive director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, discussing the timeline of the new cultural centers at Weber State University.

CBCE: La lucha por la equidad

Nathanael Stout and Gretel Monjar March 23, 2023

Los centros de pertenencia y participación cultural de la universidad Weber State realizaron las primeras dos reuniones de su tour de escuchar el 20 y 21 de marzo. El progreso de implementación de los...

Tammy Nguyen, WSUs new executive director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, discussing the timeline of the new cultural centers at Weber State University.

CBCE: The fight for equity

Gretel Monjar, News Reporter March 23, 2023

Weber State University’s Centers for Belonging and Cultural Engagement held the first two meetings of their Listening Tour on March 20 and 21. Progress in implementing the centers is continuing since...

Pictured from left to right: Genesis Vargas, Joshua Wooton, University President Brad Mortensen and Adrienne Andrews. Students discussing the closure of the CME and potential solutions with the panel.

The closure of the CME: Weber’s new plan for inclusivity

Lexie Andrew, Asst. culture editor January 10, 2023

Weber State University students received an unexpected shock when a campus-wide email was sent out detailing the closure and changes happening to the Center for Multicultural Excellence on Nov. 18. These...

Amanda Jones, president of NASA, wanted to utilize the event to highlight indigenous voices. Photo credit: Weber State University

Indigenous culture and community coming back to campus

Coby Crisler March 28, 2022

Family and friends gathered to the sounds of powerful drum beats and the twirling bright colors as the 43rd annual Native American Student Association Powwow officially commenced on March 26 at Weber State.The...

Kim Tallbear talked about the challenges of indigenous definitions of peoplehood. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost)

Illuminating identity

Raymond Lucas November 8, 2021

In recognition of Native American Heritage Month for the month of November, Weber State University is holding its 16th annual Native Symposium until Nov. 19 with the theme "Illuminating Native Voices."...

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...

Weber State alumnus Pete Sands is chosen as Guardian of the Year by Time magazine for his work in helping the Navajo Nation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo credit: Pete Sands

WSU alumnus receives Time magazine’s Guardian of the Year award

Kierstynn King January 20, 2021

Pete Sands, a Weber State University alumnus formerly known as Halbert Pete, was selected as a "Guardian of the Year" by Time magazine for his work in helping the Navajo Nation during the COVID-19 pandemic.When...

Allie Young is the keynote speaker for this years Native Symposium. (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

How this Native activist turned her trauma into her career

Lissete Landaverde November 16, 2020

Weber State University started its 15th Annual Native Symposium on Nov. 12 through Zoom, featuring Native activist Allie Young as the keynote speaker.As written on the event page, Young is a citizen of...

Minority organizations need help from the majority

Minority organizations need help from the majority

Ally Nelson February 28, 2019

Thirty-nine percent of Weber State University’s student body is non-Caucasian or identifies as LGBT. With a plethora of scholarship money and programs like Dream Weber, WSU attempts to represent...

(Kelly Watkins / The Signpost)

Keynote disputes Native narratives

Danya Gil November 10, 2018

The keynote speaker of Weber State University’s 13th annual Native Symposium, Matika Wilbur, challenged Native American stereotypes through narrative photography Nov. 8 in the Wildcat Theater. Wilbur...

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