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Police Blotter Feb. 24

Rebecca Baggett February 23, 2022

Valentine or violent crimeA possible sex offense was reported on Feb. 14 around 5 p.m. A Weber State police officer was dispatched to the dorms over the previous weekend. The officer spoke with the involved...

Morning traffic on Ogdens Edvalson street approaches the Noorda Engineering, Applied Science and Technology building construction site. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

Continuous campus construction

Kennedy Robins November 17, 2021

While walking around Weber State University’s Ogden campus, some people may not be surprised to see construction going on around them. Currently there are two ongoing construction sites located on...

Lindquist Family Symphony Pops and Fireworks at Weber State University. July 14, 2019. Photo credit: Weber State University

A returning summer tradition

Elle Gord June 28, 2021

After last year's hiatus, the Lindquist Pops concert and fireworks show will return to Lindquist Plaza on July 18.This 43-year-long local tradition features music from the New American Symphony beginning...

Construction has begun in front of the Shepherd Union as an update of the BRT. (Bella Torres / The Signpost)

Detours, construction and orange cones on WSU Ogden Campus

Marisa Nelson June 7, 2021

The Bus Rapid Transit Line construction continues moving forward. The construction has made its way off the Weber State University Ogden Campus to Washington Boulevard and 26th, 25th and 24th streets in...

Map of WSU Ogden campus. (Weber State University) Photo credit: Weber State University

WSU parking can get chaotic — Here’s some advice

Caitlyn Nichols April 19, 2021

This past year of mostly virtual classes has made parking at the Ogden campus of Weber State University so easy. With most students at home, parking lots usually don't even fill up. If we’re honest,...

Historic Weber State Bell Tower in the evening sun.
(Brooklynn Kilgore/The Signpost) Photo credit: Brooklynn Kilgore

Looking back on the iconic Stewart Bell Tower

Marisa Nelson April 19, 2021

The Weber State University Bell Tower stands 100 feet tall on the Ogden campus, a stalwart beacon for the whole community with a rich history behind it.The Bell Tower is located in the heart of campus,...

Highlighting WSUPDs reports of the week. Photo credit: Pixaby

Police Blotter Feb. 26

Jennifer Greenlee February 24, 2021

Dummies using dummiesTwo kids were in Stewart Stadium on Feb. 21 using training dummies with no other supervision. They walked away from the officer when they began to approach and left. The officer did...

Theres no tree like an endangered tree

There’s no tree like an endangered tree

David Kristensen January 15, 2021

When thinking of endangered species, most people often think of the panda, the African elephant or the white rhino. Here on Weber State University's Ogden campus, a specimen of endurance lives on University...

Construction is ongoing at Weber State University.  Crews have taken advantage of the winter break.  (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

In with the new: outdoor center nearly ready, Noorda well underway

Joshua Kamp January 11, 2021

Weber State University is continuing to grow its campuses through major construction projects, with one new building nearly ready for use and another expected to open in fall 2022. The university...

Massage chairs in the Stress Relief Center at the Swenson Gym. (Sara Parker / The Signpost)

Say yes to relieving stress

Ally Nelson November 30, 2020

With finals approaching, along with managing online classes during COVID-19, student stress levels are high.A group of researchers from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and Harvard Medical...

Image courtesy of student protestors for A Moment of Silence for American Unity

Student protestors call for unity in divided time

Kierstynn King November 5, 2020

A group of Weber State University students majoring in social work held a protest and display — called A Moment of Silence for American Unity — on the Ogden campus on Election Day, Nov. 3.The...

You can clearly see the mountains from Weber State University. (Paige McKinnon / The Signpost) Photo credit: Paige Mckinnon

New climate compact reaffirms WSU’s commitment to going green

Joshua Kamp October 19, 2020

Weber State University President Brad Mortensen, along with 100 signatories from across the state, signed the newly-created Utah Climate and Clean Air Compact earlier this month. The compact aims to promote...

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