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A look behind the scene of a TikTok video from the team. (Rahman Almohammadi/ The Signpost)

TikTok has WSU on lock

Sky Mundell, Reporter August 1, 2022

Weber State University and its office of admissions are seeking to increase the university’s web presence in hopes of reaching out to prospective students. Specifically, those students who are on the...

Artist Antonius Oki introduces himself to his audience. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

An artist’s ownership

Coby Crisler March 23, 2022

Weber State University students and faculty had the opportunity to attend a lecture given by the artist Antonius Oki Wiriadjaia on March 18 in the Browning Center. Wiriadjaia, also known by his artist...

The Biden Administrations vaccine mandate was blocked for large employers on Jan. 13. Photo credit: MGN

Do you know your news? Jan. 14

Alexandrea Bonilla January 14, 2022

1. The U.S. Supreme Court blocked the Biden administration from enforcing a vaccine mandate for large businesses but allowed which mandate to stay for healthcare workers?a. Healthcare workers with a private...

A close-up of the recording studios control panel with knobs, switches and buttons. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost) Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

Necessity or just old-fashioned: Are record labels on their way out?

Jackson Reed December 6, 2021

Music streaming services and social media platforms like TikTok have ultimately changed the way music is listened to and discovered by audiences.In part, this is due to increasing digital connectivity....

Weber State University graduates and community members gather for the 2020 Spring Commencement on August 29, 2020. The ceremony was delayed four months due to COVID-19. When the ceremony finally happened, it was moved outdoors with masks, extra distance and smaller crowds. Photo credit: Weber State University

The where, why and when of the Fall 2021 convocations

Rebecca Baggett November 29, 2021

For the first time since the pandemic, December graduation events will be held in person. The fall 2020 graduation celebrations, like many other events, were cancelled due to COVID-19. This year Weber...

Weber State offers free Continuing Education courses to community members. (WSU.com) Photo credit: Weber State University

Community education course examines current polarization of society

Joshua Kamp March 31, 2021

Weber State University is offering a free Community Education course this spring to explore the pertinent question "Why Are We So Polarized?” The course began on March 15 and runs to April 29. The...

Weber State Votes logo. Photo credit: Weber State

Vote smart

Francia Benson September 28, 2020

When we were children, bullies threatened us to give them our lunch or money. As adults, bullying is much less straightforward. One form of bullying now is political cyberbullying, where online accounts...

How a pandemic affects Ogdens Historic 25th Street

How a pandemic affects Ogden’s Historic 25th Street

Adam Rubin April 20, 2020

Historic 25th Street in downtown Ogden looks a lot like an old-fashioned Main Street, U.S.A., with locally-owned shops lining both sides of the street and business owners watching out for one another when...

Nixie: I use social media to connect with friends. (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

Why do you use social media?

Israel Campa November 1, 2019

Social media has overtaken society like a storm — it connects everything.Want to hear the latest thing someone said? There’s Twitter. If you want to know where your friend went on vacation,...

Nixie: I use social media to connect with friends. (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

Why do you use social media?

Israel Campa November 1, 2019

Social media has overtaken society like a storm — it connects everything.Want to hear the latest thing someone said? There’s Twitter. If you want to know where your friend went on vacation,...

From the UK, Cennydd Bowles took the time to lecture to Weber state students and staff (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

Ethics and technology: promise or peril?

Francisco Ruiz October 29, 2019

London-based author and futurist Cennydd Bowles called attention to the ethical challenges facing tech companies, governments and its citizens as society progresses into the next decade, becoming much...

Dr. Carsten Stark speaks at Lindquist Hall (Robert Lewis / The Signpost)

Divided democracy and its dysfunction

Francisco Ruiz October 16, 2019

Dr. Carsten Stark, a visiting professor from Hof University in Germany, provided an analysis about the increasing polarization of political dialogue in the U.S. and the world as part of WSU's Sociology...

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