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Students participate in the Coding Boot Camp Saturday at WSUs main campus. (Robert Lewis / The Signpost)

Coding, creativity and bridging the divide between art and science

Aubrielle Degn February 6, 2020

During Richard Fry’s high school experience in the 1980s, he said that he often felt like the odd one out. Computers were first coming onto the market, and Fry said he could finally be creative and...

Mitchell Aardema filling out a survey after testing the game Path of the Watcher. (Marissa Wolford / The Signpost) Photo credit: Marissa Wolford

No matter your major, you can create video games

Kainoa Nunez March 21, 2019

A flyer in Elizabeth Hall offered free pizza, like many events on campus, but this flyer also offered Weber State University students an opportunity not many get: the chance to test a video game.Erick...

Fortnite Gamers: Adolescents or addicts?

Fortnite Gamers: Adolescents or addicts?

Jake Mcmahon December 7, 2018

Since its initial launch in July last year, Fortnite has attracted over 125 million players across multiple platforms including Xbox, Playstation and, as recently as October, the mobile Android platform...

Blowing off steam

January 19, 2012

A sign posted on the door of room nine in Weber State University’s Stewart Library warns, “No Studying.” This room is strictly reserved for students utilizing the video game equipment provided by...

Students create software for Ghana

January 5, 2012

This spring break will mark the third time students from the computer science department at Weber State University will visit and provide computer hardware, software and training to the Korle Bu Teaching...

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