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Los líderes estudiantiles dan un paso adelante en la KWCR

Nathanael Stout November 10, 2022

Durante el 15 de septiembre, la estación de radio KWCR de Weber State University se mudó de su oficina original en el segundo piso del edificio Shepherd Unión. Aunque la transición fue de última hora...

Furniture in the new KWCR room covered in plastic wrap to protect it from debris.

Student leaders step up for KWCR

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter November 10, 2022

On Sept. 15, Weber State University’s radio station, KWCR, was moved from their original office space on the second floor of Shepherd Union. Though the transition was last-minute and there were those...

WSU football fan Isaac Staszkow (right of middle) cheering on the Weber State football team along with the rest of the student section.

A student-less section

Rayshaun Baker-Lynch, Reporter September 22, 2022

The student section is a catalyst for many college sporting events. But at Weber State University, the student section, also known as the Destruction, isn't as large or loud in comparison to other schools....

Signs with similar, profound messages can be found all over the walls.

Voting for voting rights

Coby Crisler February 28, 2022

On Feb. 22, Terri Hughes, president of the Weber State University chapter of NAACP, hosted a phone banking event for the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. Students gathered to learn what the proposed...

Lulu Faumui-Latu-Peters and Christian Phomsouvanh prepare for the screening of Nailed It. Photo credit: Coby Crisler

Cutículas, comunidad y compasión

Andres Rodriguez February 7, 2022

Hay salones de uñas y belleza en todo el país. Según Inside Business, hay más de 380.000 técnicos de uñas empleados en los EE. UU., el 42 % de la industria es de ascendencia...

Students watch a screening of Nailed It. Photo credit: Coby Crisler

Cuticles, community and compassion

Coby Crisler February 7, 2022

There are nail and beauty salons found all across the country. According to Inside Business, there are over 380,000 employed nail technicians in the U.S., 42% of the industry being of Asian descent and...

A march supporting Martin Luther King Jr.s dream of equality took place on Jan. 17 in Ogden, Utah. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Marching toward the future of equality

Alexandrea Bonilla January 19, 2022

On Aug. 28, 1963, over 200,000 people gathered at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., to march for economic rights and equality. This is where Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous “I...

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...

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....

University President Brad Mortensen and Executive Director of Marketing and Communication John Kowalewski Photo credit: Marisa Nelson

Conversing toward a change in campus climate

Jennifer Greenlee November 5, 2021

Following the protest on Nov. 4, University President Brad Mortensen scheduled an impromptu meeting on Nov. 5 in the Diversity and Inclusion Center with protestors and campus diversity leaders and advocates....

Peaceful protestors gather June 6, 2020, to stand together for the Black Lives Matter movement. Photo credit: Sarah Earnshaw

Inclusion can only be acquired through true improvement

Raymond Lucas April 21, 2021

In this country, each state has a reputation that may or may not be fair, but Utah is viewed as a seat of racism, and it’s up to the Beehive state to change that. On Feb. 5, Emily Anderson of the...

Jayson Stokes (Left) and Vladimir Robles (Right) talk to WSU students during the Transgender Day of Rememberance as part of Weber States Sessions on The Ledge (Robert Lewis / The Signpost)

Recognizing the community: Transgender Day of Remembrance

Kierstynn King November 20, 2019

In 1999, Gwendolyn Ann Smith — a transgender advocate — created a vigil to pay homage to transgender lives lost to anti-transgender violence, according to GLAAD. This vigil was the catalyst...

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