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A group of students posing while wearing props in the photo van at the 2021 True Wildcat event.

A kiss to keep tradition alive

Megan Swann and Adam Montgomery October 12, 2023

The tradition of becoming a True Wildcat is a unique part of Weber State University’s history. It’s an optional student experience filled with potential romance, anticipation and the desire to be deeply...

Dr. Naomi Rogers spoke at WSUs main campus on Feb. 27 about Feminist Activism and Health Politics since 1945. (Robert Lewis / The Signpost)

Yale professor highlights the history of feminism and the medical field

Lissete Landaverde March 6, 2020

In years past, women have had a turbulent relationship with the medical field. As part of the Beyond Suffrage lecture series, Yale professor Naomi Rogers, Ph.D., came to Weber State on Feb. 27 to talk...

Dr. Naomi Rogers spoke at WSUs main campus on Feb. 27 about Feminist Activism and Health Politics since 1945. (Robert Lewis / The Signpost)

Yale professor highlights the history of feminism and the medical field

Lissete Landaverde March 6, 2020

In years past, women have had a turbulent relationship with the medical field.As part of the Beyond Suffrage lecture series, Yale professor Naomi Rogers, Ph.D. came to Weber State on Feb. 27 to talk about...

A collection that has lasted a century

A collection that has lasted a century

Jennifer Greenlee July 9, 2018

The first president of Weber State University, during his tenure at Weber Stake Academy, Louis F. Moench, had a time consuming hobby: carefully cataloguing and preserved plant specimens from all over...

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