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Adrienne Andrews, AVP for Diversity & Chief Diversity Officer at Weber State University, offers a brief introduction for Ruth Kapp Hartz on April 8. (Brooklynn Kilgore/The Signpost) Photo credit: Brooklynn Kilgore

The Holocaust through the eyes of a survivor

Lissete Landaverde April 12, 2021

Ruth Kapp Hartz, a Holocaust survivor, was the keynote speaker for Weber State University's Holocaust Remembrance Week on April 8. The theme for this year's Holocaust Remembrance is "be the light in the...

Lunafest film festival celebrates women’s rights

Ally Nelson October 26, 2020

Weber State University’s Women’s Center presented their fifth annual Lunafest film festival Oct. 21. Lunafest features films by, for and about women.Of the 175 cities in the country who participate,...

The Walk of No Shame is supposed to be a protest against the dismissal and silencing of victims of sexual assault. (Hillary Reilly)

Survivors of sexual assault march to the capitol in protest

Hillary Reilly September 28, 2018

In downtown Salt Lake City, The Walk of No Shame, a march toward the state capitol in protest of the lack of justice for victims of sexual assault took over the streets on Sep. 22. During 2017, the #MeToo...

Painted T-shirts addressing violence against women hang along a clothesline above the Union atrium. The shirts were made for The Clothesline Project, hosted by Weber State University’s Women’s Center. (The Signpost Archives)

More than just a shirt on a line

Alexa Nielson September 28, 2018

It's not just art: the Clothesline Project encourages survivors to decorate a shirt in a stand against violence. T-shirts created by survivors of violence, or in honor of someone who has experienced violence,...

Take Back the Night march and vigil sought to bring awareness to sexual assault on campuses. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

Take back the night empowers students

Emmaline Davenport April 17, 2016

“We are here to take back the night,” rang out through the campus as students marched and chanted. Many were dressed in black shirts that read “Take Back the Night” to show their solidarity for...

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