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A new club on campus? Check, mate.

Caitlyn Nichols November 22, 2021

A new and improved chess club has returned to Weber State University after the last one disbanded almost a year and a half ago. The first social was held Nov. 5, just two weeks after Chess Club President...

A variety of class options are offered by the community education center. Photo credit: Kierstynn King

Conquering the stress of COVID-19

Kierstynn King March 31, 2021

Weber State University is partnering with the Utah Strong program to offer a series of classes geared towards helping people handle COVID-19 stress.The courses began March 30 and will run through April...

Attendees were given an unauthorized user message when they attempted to access the first Zoom hearing on changes to the student code in regards to recordings on Oct. 21. Photo credit: Catie Weimer

Student code hearing goes unheard

Catie Weimer October 21, 2020

Weber State University had scheduled a hearing on changes to the student code regarding audio and video recording in the classroom on Oct. 21 at 6 p.m., but attendees who attempted to join the virtual...

WSU closes its doors through the end of summer semester. (Pixabay).

WSU goes online only for the summer

Jennifer Greenlee March 26, 2020

The WSU summer semester will be held in an online-only format for the summer semester, scheduled from May 4 - Aug. 7, due to the public health crisis caused by COVID-19.An email by the office of Student...

Comparing costs of off-campus housing

Comparing costs of off-campus housing

Kainoa Nunez April 3, 2019

Moving away for college can be an exciting first step into adulthood for students, but at what price? University housing can be expensive, and the idea of living in dorms may not always be appealing to...

Who doesnt love love?

Who doesn’t love love?

Alexa Nielson February 21, 2019

Normally, the practice of giving out Valentines on Valentine's Day ends after elementary school. At DaVinci Academy, though, the tradition lives on.DaVinci Academy is a charter school focused on the sciences...

Zombie Thoughts can happen to anyone

“Zombie Thoughts” can happen to anyone

Hillary Reilly October 11, 2018

PLAN-B Theater Company showcased "Zombie Thoughts," a children’s play portraying general anxiety disorder through a virtual video game world, on Oct. 8 at Weber State University. The play has...


WSU shares Utah’s growth in higher education enrollment

Briana Whatcott October 26, 2017

An estimated 180,000 students are now enrolled in Utah’s higher education system, a 2.8 percent increase over the previous year, according to figures released by the Utah System of Higher Education...

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Skills beyond school: Living the McDream

Alexandra Harris June 12, 2017

“You don’t want to end up flipping burgers for the rest of your life, do you?” It’s the question my parents always asked when I started slacking on my school work as a kid, and...

Guard Jerrick Harding takes the ball to the basket with one hand on Mar 9 against Southern Utah. (Abby Van Ess / The Signpost)

Wildcats soar past the Thunderbirds, advance to semifinals

Cydnee Green March 10, 2017

For what could have been his last game as a member of the Weber State University men's basketball team, senior Jeremy Senglin took to the court on March 9 with his fellow Wildcats to take on Southern Utah...

Guard Kailie Quinn falls to the floor after getting tripped by Montana State forward Riley Nordgaard during the quarterfinal game of the Big Sky Conference Championship Tournament. (Abby Van Ess / The Signpost)

Weber State women drop to Montana State 65–53 in Big Sky Quarterfinals

Cydnee Green March 9, 2017

Senior Deeshyra Thomas played her final game as a member of the Weber State University women's basketball team as they were defeated by the No. 1 seed, Montana State University, 65–53 in the quarterfinals...

Chuck Kaiser, visiting Professor of Business Administration, joins Bennion in fielding questions from attendees. (Joshua Wineholt  / The Signpost)

Bennion talks business with aspiring entrepreneurs

Sarah Earnshaw September 9, 2016

Students gathered in room 206/207 in the Wattis Business Building Smith Lecture Hall on the Weber State University Ogden Campus on Sept. 8, marking the beginning of this year’s Ralph Nye Lecture...

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