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Sign directing donators to the blood drive.

Battle of blood: Wildcats vs. Aggies

Tim Costello, Reporter September 14, 2023

From Sept. 11 to 15, Weber State University students, faculty and staff have the opportunity to donate blood as a part of community outreach with the American Red Cross. Weber State has two annual blood...

A great way to donate: WSU hosts blood drive

McKinna Baird, Reporter February 9, 2023

On Feb. 6-8, the Dee Events Center and the Shepherd Union building welcomed the American Red Cross for a blood drive. The blood drive offered appointments to donors, but accepted walk-ins whenever possible....

A “blood”-y good drive

Adam Rubin November 16, 2020

Weber State University, with the help of the American Red Cross, aims to create the largest blood drive in the past decade in both Utah and Nevada. The blood drive will take place from Nov. 30 to Dec....

Graduates are asked to move their tassels from right to left as a symbol of the completion of their degree.  (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

The first generation to get higher education

Caitlyn Nichols November 16, 2020

Jesus Rebolledo faced many challenges while getting his degree. He came from a low-income family with five siblings, where the highest education in the family was ninth grade. The 25-year-old medical laboratory...

42 years since the military coup in Chile, thousands of people demostrated in General Cementery of Santiago de Chile,  on September 13, 2015, in a rally to remember late President Salvador Allende, who died on September 11, 1973 during the military coup detat led by general Augusto Pinochet. The demostration finished in clashes against police. (Source: Pablo Rojas Madariaga/NurPhoto)

Mundo Hispano

Paula Ninataype September 13, 2016

La cueca se baila en Chile en símbolo de protesta En el año 1973, el día 11 de septiembre fue el sangriento golpe de estado que llevó a Augusto Pinochet al poder. Durante la dictadura de Pinochet...

A Promise Fulfilled

January 17, 2012

[media-credit name="Amanda Lewark" align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit]Alisha Sollis,  a Weber State University student, has been donating blood since she was 17 years old in order to fulfill...

The golden rule: Volunteer encourages humanitarian curriculum

October 6, 2011

Liz Chicado, 40-year International Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies volunteer, began her lecture on Exploring Humanitarian Law by saying, “The Red Cross is the guardian of the Geneva Conventions,"...

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