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Bathrooms, bills and bad news

Bathrooms, bills and bad news

Megan Swann, Culture Editor February 8, 2024

On Jan. 30, Governor Spencer Cox signed House Bill 257. This means schools and government buildings will now require people to use bathrooms, showers and locker rooms corresponding to their sex assigned...

Forward Dillon Jones (2) getting past a Utah Tech player. Photo taken in Dec. 2022 at the game against Utah Tech University.

Shooting for a good season

Collyn Cowles, Section Editor October 26, 2023

Women’s basketball After finishing the 2022-2023 regular season with a 6–25 overall record and a 2–16 record in the Big Sky Conference, the women’s basketball team made a handful of off-season...

The LGBTQ Resource and Womens Center located inside of the Shepard Union building at the Ogden Weber State campus.

El centro de la mujer llama la atención sobre la violencia doméstica

Nelly Hernandez Tejada, Traductor October 17, 2023

Cada año desde 1987, el mes de Octubre marca el mes de concienciación nacional de violencia doméstica, y el centro de mujeres (Women’s Center) de la universidad de Weber State está atrayendo conciencia...

T-shirts displaying messages against violence hang by clothespins in Shepard Union for the Clothesline Project.

Recognizing Domestic Violence Awareness Month

McKinna Baird, Reporter October 10, 2023

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and the Weber State University Women’s Center is hosting a few events to raise awareness. One such event is the Clothesline Project. According to the Clothesline...

Colleen Ballard at the hospital for egg retrieval surgery, part of the in vitro fertilization process.

A peek into PCOS

Jessica Krok, Contributor April 18, 2023

Colleen Ballard found out at age 21 she had a genetic reproductive condition that would prevent her from having children. “I was too scared to share with family and friends what was happening,” Ballard...

A portrait taken of Louise Glück. The former poet laureate and Nobel Prize winner will be speaking at WSU on March 30.

News Quiz 3/28

Tim Costello, News editor March 28, 2023

Questions: 1. What new graduate program did Weber State University launch in January? A. Respiratory Therapy B. Physician Assistant C. Social Work D. Data Science 2. What local Ogden restaurant...

The centerpieces on the tables made with national flags and photos of influential women.

Recordando mujeres influyentes en la historia

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Traductor March 23, 2023

Bertha Benz, inventora alemana y esposa y compañera del inventor de automóviles Karl Benz, decidió el 5 de agosto de 1888 coger a sus dos hijos, Richard y Eugen, y recorrió 105 km por carreteras sin...

And that’s on period! WSU expands free menstrual products

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter March 21, 2023

Weber State University students may have noticed an increase in the availability of free menstrual products around campus. This is due to efforts from the Scientistas Student Club, in partnership with...

A bitter end and a gloomy goodbye

Collyn Cowles, Reporter March 14, 2023

Unable to stay in the tournament, Weber State University’s women’s basketball team’s season ended with a 63–52 loss to the University of Northern Colorado. "Last year, we could take a hit...

The top of a Flow dispenser.

Atención para una visita mensual

Marianna Lopez Luritta and Windsor Moore August 29, 2022

Escrito por Windsor Moore Trducido por Marianna Lopez-Luritta El Proyecto Periodo de Utah ha abierto las puertas a todas las mujeres en la escuela. Su misión es llevar la equidad menstrual a partir...

Hygiene products lay at the bottom of a dispenser. (Kennedy Camarena/ The Signpost)

Care for a monthly visit

Windsor Moore, Reporter August 29, 2022

Utah’s Period Project has opened doors for all women in school. It is a mission of bringing menstrual equity starting in schools and campuses. Utah’s Legislature implemented legislation to provide...

Lynsey Addario shares her stories and tips on being a photojournalist in multiple fear-based events. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

A picture is worth a thousand words

Lexie Andrew March 21, 2022

The strength of an image can have power. It can tell a story that words might not be able to describe. Lynsey Addario, a photojournalist who contributes to National Geographic, The New York Times and TIME...

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