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A creative clock inside Elizabeth Hall room 207.

Clocking out of Weber State

Gracie Stephenson, Reporter October 3, 2023

Finding a clock in a classroom at Weber State University isn’t always a sure thing, and even when a clock is present, there’s no guarantee that it displays the correct time. Students, faculty and staff...

Gov. Spencer Cox posing for a photo with a child during a reception held on Jan. 19, 2023.

Los educadores contra el proyecto de ley de cheques

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Traductor February 9, 2023

El 25 de enero, el Senado del Estado de Utah aprobó el controversial proyecto de ley 215, el Voucher Bill, con una votación de 20-8. "Este proyecto de ley establece el programa de becas Utah se adapta...

One of the replies from the Twitter user @ProfSenjo, and presumed account of WSU Criminal Justice Professor Scott Senjo, that have caused calls for the professor to be fired across social media. Screenshot taken 12:32 a.m. on 6/1. (Twitter).

WSU professor threatens protesters in tweets

Jennifer Greenlee June 1, 2020

Weber State University Criminal Justice Professor Scott Senjo allegedly tweeted several threatening comments about protesters on May 31 and made other derogatory posts and comments in the days prior.Since...

(Photo courtesy of Weber State College of Science)

Faculty bids farewell to Weber State

Ashlynd Greenwood April 12, 2019

Graduation is an accomplishment many students look forward to throughout their college careers. However, it can also be an exciting time for professors beginning a new journey to retirement. This semester,...

Marek Matyjasik researches chemical reactions with water and mineral surfaces. He has received the Fulbright Scholarship to go to Poland and teach geology. (Press release from on March 21)

From the ground up: WSU professor attains international acclaim

Nic Muranaka March 29, 2019

Matt - e - yah - shick. That's how you pronounce Dr. Marek Matyjasik's last name, the first skill students at Warsaw University will have to practice when he travels there early next year as Weber State...

Attendees crowd around various posters being presented. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

UCUR unveils undergrad research

Ashlynd Greenwood February 28, 2019

Students across Utah visited Weber State University on Feb. 22 for the 13th Annual Utah Conference of Undergraduate Research, which saw research projects in opioid use, poverty and the Autism Spectrum...

Left to right: Stacy Palen, Dee Fawcett, Jeong Hinton, Amy Crosbie, discussing obstacles they had to overcome. Photo credit: Alyson Johnson

Women speak on shattering expectations and rising to success

Hollie Webster March 23, 2018

Weber State University celebrated women’s history month by hosting a panel of four women, all leading successful careers in fields usually dominated by men, with the help from the women's center...

Recycling Shouldnt be Limited to One Day

Recycling Shouldn’t be Limited to One Day

Tanoya Poulsen December 2, 2015

There are over 30 days in a year dedicated to serving our planet. Over the weekend on Nov. 15 American's got the chance to celebrate planet Earth by recycling on America Recycles Day. The day...

Davis campus offers tips on taking tests

September 15, 2014

Tests. Most students regard the inevitable exams and quizzes with a long face, but that could be because they’re not using the best test-taking techniques. Laurie Huntington kicked off a Test-Taking...

NY court dismisses anti-vaccination case

July 7, 2014

In a June 2014 court case, three New York families sued the city for not allowing their unvaccinated children to attend school while vaccine-preventable diseases were being passed around. By New York...

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