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Weber State University students and staff made hand warmers to give out at the event. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost) Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

Celebrating with sugar skulls

Kennedy Robins November 1, 2021

Talk about a lot of sugar! On Oct. 27, the Center for Multicultural Excellence partnered with Weber State University students to make sugar skulls and hand warmers and prepare for the celebration of Dia...

Lindqist Pops at WSU. (Robert lewis / The Signpost)

Pops Concert back with a bang

Nic Muranaka July 15, 2019

Every year, the Lindquist Family hosts the Pops Concert at Weber State University. This year, 16 cannons run by the Cannoneers of the Wasatch again accompanied the New American Philharmonic's performance...

Students visiting different tables set up in the Shepard Union Atrium. (Marissa Wolford / The Signpost)

Carnival attracts crowds of ‘Cats

Hannah Olsen April 12, 2019

The annual Clubs and Organizations Carnival takes hundreds of hours planning and preparing by Weber State University Student Association to ensure everything goes off smoothly. WSUSA Vice President...

Beyond your phone: communicating in a screen world

Beyond your phone: communicating in a screen world

Hannah Olsen March 10, 2019

Riaz Patel, the twice-Emmy nominated producer for NBC, Discovery and the Oprah Winfrey Network, has made a life out of communicating in a media-driven world, and he's got a rule for everyone about being...

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Who was James Foley?

Alexa Nielson March 10, 2019

Some people give their lives to their work, and occasionally, it's a literal statement. Freelance war correspondent James Foley was one of those people.During the Syrian Civil War, Foley was abducted and...

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Pushing human trafficking out

Hannah Olsen January 26, 2019

Weber State University’s Jake Hutchins, director of alternative breaks in WSU's Service Team, has brought a new viral internet challenge to campus, which is focused on drawing attention to the issue...

Costumes were displayed at the tables from productions. (Kelly Watkins / The Signpost) Photo credit: Kelly Watkins

Money, networking and forty years of theatre assistance

Alexa Nielson January 23, 2019

The Utah Theatre Association was founded back in 1977 by a group of educators who wanted to create a forum where high school students could meet each other in a friendly, non-competitive way and celebrate...

VIP guests, including donors like John E. Lindquist, right, are given the honor of cutting the ribbon. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Long-awaited Lindquist ribbon cutting opens new semester

Hannah Olsen January 10, 2019

Lindquist Hall, new home of the College of Social and Behavioral Science, was made an official part of Weber State University on January 7, which was also the 130th birthday of the university. To celebrate...

Dr. Brad Mortensen adressing the crowd after being named Weber State Universitys 13th President on Dec. 6, 2018 (Harrison Epstein/The Signpost)

Weber State names Brad Mortensen next president

Jennifer Greenlee December 7, 2018

The search for Weber State University’s new president has come to a close. Dr. Brad Mortensen was selected as the 13th president of WSU by the Utah State Board of Regents and was announced the evening...

Mitt Romney and Ann Romney celebrate onstage after Mitt was declared the winner of the 2018 Utah Republican Senate Primary on June 26 in Orem, Utah. Romney has won a U.S. Senate seat in Utah. (Brian Cahn/Zuma Press/TNS)

Two weeks and they were still counting

Alexa Nielson November 21, 2018

As of the evening of Nov. 19, the midterm results were still not final, and wouldn’t be until the next day. “The midterm election is two weeks out and all the answers are still not here,”...

Students and attendees engage with the varying businesses present at the career fair. (Joshua Wineholt  / The Signpost)

Get paid to advance your career

Alexa Nielson November 14, 2018

Most Weber State University students graduate having completed an internship. In fact, many majors require one. However, WSU students also work and often have families outside of school. Getting an...

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Seniors sell their skills during Speed Interviewing

Tori Waltz November 10, 2018

Students in the Weber State University Department of Professional Sales learned to promote a different type product at this year’s Speed Interviewing event: themselves. Graduating seniors gathered...

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