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Terri Hughes and Myniah Vaa take part in a protest about racial equality by pumping their fists in the air at the end of Hughes protest speech. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

Calling for more than conversation

Noah Lutman January 14, 2022

A student protest interrupted the Promoting Student Success series lecture where speaker Tia Brown McNair, vice president of diversity, equity and student success at the Association of American Colleges...

University President Brad Mortensen updates students on university progress toward making WSU a better campus for all students, staff and faculty at the Nov. 12 meeting. Photo credit: Jennifer Greenlee

The complications of campus climate

Jennifer Greenlee November 15, 2021

A protest rattled the Weber State campus a little more than a week ago when students of color discovered they had not been informed of white supremacist propaganda that had been taped on campus days before....

Police presence is at the protest at Weber State Universitys Union Building on November. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Editorial: A stand against silence

Jennifer Greenlee November 8, 2021

The Signpost has been a silent observer of events over the last week, as is required by journalistic practice and fair reporting. However, the editorial board feels strongly about the issues that have...

Students participating in the sit in at the Shepherd Union on Nov. 4 Photo credit: Caitlyn Nichols

Calling out campus contention

Jennifer Greenlee November 8, 2021

Protestors set up in the Shepherd Union on the morning of Nov. 4 in response to the white supremacist posters put up in at least the Shepherd Union and the Student Services building on the morning of Nov....

Students holding signs during the protest at the Shepherd Union on Nov. 4. Photo credit: Caitlyn Nichols

Protesting for campus change

Jennifer Greenlee November 4, 2021

Protestors set up in the Shepherd Union on the morning of Nov. 4 in response to the white supremacist posters put up in at least the Shepherd Union and the Student Services building on the morning of Nov....

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...

Do you know your news?

Marisa Nelson July 20, 2020

1.) This past week, an anti-mask protest in Provo, Utah saw parents upset about Utah schools' mask mandate refusing to send their kids back to school. One woman did what to her mask before speaking?a....

Hydroxychloroquine was found in a recent study to have no benefits for COVID-19 patients. (Pixabay).

Do you know your news?

Jennifer Greenlee June 8, 2020

1. Which police department had 57 police officers resign from the emergency response team after two officers were suspended for pushing a 75-year-old protester to the ground?a. Sante Fe, New Mexicob. Buffalo,...

WSU Criminal Justice Professor Scott Senjo resigns from his position after threatening tweets are exposed. (WSU).

One of our professors had to resign over Twitter threats. Now, we need to prove where we stand.

Daryn Steed June 3, 2020

Weber State University Criminal Justice Professor Scott Senjo resigned on June 3 after tweeting several threatening comments about protesters and making other derogatory posts and comments in the days...

WSU Criminal Justice Professor Scott Senjo resigns from his position after threatening tweets are exposed. (WSU).

WSU professor resigns after threatening tweets revealed

Jennifer Greenlee June 3, 2020

Weber State University Professor Scott Senjo resigned on June 3 after several of his tweets, which threatened protesters and journalists, came under fire. His Twitter account, which was linked to...

A Black Lives Matter protest takes place on the steps of the Ogden/Weber Municipal Building in Ogden, Utah on May 30. (Francia Benson).

Demanding justice for the fallen

Francia Benson June 1, 2020

Hundreds of protesters gathered to demand justice for the murder of George Floyd and in solidarity with Black Lives Matter in Ogden on May 30Speakers, including an 11-year-old girl, lined up along the...

Millennials and Gen Zers have experienced significantly different economic, political, and social factors during their upbringings. (Monika Clarke/ The Signpost)

The global events that separate Millennials from Generation Z

Daryn Steed January 8, 2020

Dividing generations by abstract dates might seem senseless, but the first generational terminology was born from the baby boom post-World War II. After the war, birth rates across the world spiked; between...

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