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The WSUSA Senate meetings last around an hour, giving plenty of time to discuss various issues.

Senate sit-down 10/17

Sky Mundell, Reporter October 25, 2022

At the student senate meeting on Oct. 17, student senator of Housing and Residence Life Isaac Staszkow introduced a funding procedure bill that aims to streamline the funding request process and help the...

Vice President of Diversity and Unity Xitlalli Villanueva talking about her position on campus. Villanueva also serves as the sitting student board member on the Utah Board of Higher Education.

A senate sit-down

Sky Mundell, Reporter October 13, 2022

The student senate meeting on Oct. 10 began with a presentation from Xitlalli Villanueva, WSU’s vice president of diversity and unity. Villaneuva gave the presentation from her position as the Utah...

The majority of hate crimes against Asian Americans are against individuals. Photo credit: Grace Haglund

Establishing ASIA

Alexandrea Bonilla February 14, 2022

Weber State University celebrated Asian Awareness Week the first week of February with a showcase, film screenings and a performance celebration. These activities were held and presented by the Asian Student...

The bright painting brings together the beauty of the ocean and sunset alongside the beautiful linework that can be found in many other art forms. (Bella Torres / The Signpost)

A bridge across COVID cancellations

Lissete Landaverde September 13, 2021

The beginning of the fall semester coincided with Utah Pacific Islander Heritage Month, with celebrations originally scheduled at Weber State University from Aug. 18 to Sept. 18. The Ohana Association...

The plaza was littered in Block Party booths, food trucks and other student activities (Joshua Kamp / The Signpost)

A ticket back to normalcy

Joshua Kamp September 3, 2021

The Block Party was a day to celebrate, doubly so, after a year hiatus from in-person interaction due to COVID-19 on Sept. 3. It was a day was a chance for clubs, academic departments, fraternities, sororities...

WSU Ballet Folklórico performs dances from all over Latin America to showcase the various cultures. Photo credit: WSU Ballet Folklórico

Elevando grupos minoritarios con clubes y organizaciones estudiantiles

Lissete Landaverde April 19, 2021

Comenzar la universidad no es fácil para todos, especialmente para las minorías que pueden sentirse fuera de lugar y posiblemente no tener los recursos necesarios para hacer el proceso. Hay muchos...

Members of The Ohana Association managing a booth about the organization. Photo credit: The Ohana Association

Uplifting minority groups through student clubs and organizations

Lissete Landaverde April 19, 2021

Starting college is not easy for anyone, especially for minorities, who may feel out of place and may not have the resources needed to get through the process. The Weber State Center of Multicultural Excellence...

Black Scholars United brings together Black students to get them involved in the campus community. (WSU Archives).

Enriching campus with clubs and orgs for minority groups

Marisa Nelson August 22, 2020

WSU has over 27,000 students, each with their own unique traits that make them who they are. WSU Clubs and Organizations has over 100 clubs to choose from, and many of them are specific to students of...

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Connecting culturally through cuisine

Kierstynn King November 16, 2019

Uniting Weber State University students and faculty through various dishes from around the world, Cultural Connections hosted A Taste of Culture to showcase and honor WSU’s diversity. Cultural...

Painting of Teresia Teaiwa, one of the many shown in the Art Gallery. (Bella Torres / The Signpost) Photo credit: Isabella Torres

Making waves at the art of the pacific opening

Kierstynn King September 11, 2019

Monique Ho-Ching, senator of The Ohana Association, said Pacific Islanders are often primarily recognized for their athleticism. Weber State's TOA hopes to change the stereotype."Our athletes think they...

Attendess  talk with each other  in Block Party. ( Mustafa Alshilati/ the signpost)

WSU gears up for new semester

Briana Whatcott September 1, 2017

The 13th annual Wildcat Block Party kicked off Sept. 1 at 8 a.m., beginning with the president’s traditional purple pancake breakfast at the Lower Stewart Bell Tower Plaza. This much-anticipated...

WSU Dead Man's Party resurrected for second year

October 30, 2014

Several WSU departments and organizations will bring Halloween to campus with the second annual Dead Man’s Party this Friday. With dancing, face-painting and costume contests, the free party will...

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