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Great, great, great presidential debate

Jennifer Greenlee February 28, 2022

In Weber State University's first all-women presidential candidate debate, the three presidential candidates running for Weber State University Student Association Student Body President, Hunter Caldwell,...

Senators focus on the meeting. ( MustAfa Alshilati/ the signpost)

Campaign packets come due

Jennifer Greenlee February 14, 2019

Student government elections are just around the corner, with candidacy declaration packets due on Friday, Feb. 22. Davis Campus Senator Alex Cothran tweeted, “Elections are approaching! Plan events,...

WSU Davis Campus (Weber State University)

Sculpting the fate of the future

Jennifer Greenlee September 14, 2018

Once a month, the powers-that-be convene to determine the fate of all Weber State University students. Well, they at least discuss the finances, academic changes and policy changes at WSU. These powers-that-be...

Amid campaign controversy, Weston Lee loses to Jessica Cairo

Amid campaign controversy, Weston Lee loses to Jessica Cairo

Ally Nelson March 18, 2018

After a hard-fought battle after being left off the ballot and being nearly disqualified, Weston Lee lost the position as Vice President of Diversity and Unity for WSUSA to Jessica Cairo. When the voting...

Weston Lees name was not on the election ballot during the morning of March 13.

Candidate left off ballot for unknown reasons

Colton Pack March 13, 2018

Early on March 13, Weber State University Student Association elections opened. However, Diversity and Unity Vice President candidate Weston Lee was left off the voting ballot and some students were unable...


Previews Feb. 20

Chris Nichols February 16, 2018

Deadline for WSUSA Candidacy SubmissionThe deadline for submitting a candidacy declaration in the 2018-2019 Weber State Student Association is Feb. 23 by 5 p.m. Available positions are in the Legislative...

Unique motives draw diverse talent to the stage

Unique motives draw diverse talent to the stage

Jeweliette Cordero March 19, 2017

  Ten Weber State University students had the chance to win $500 at this year's Weber’s Got Talent. In an evening of talents ranging from tap dancing to stand-up comedy, the first place...

Moderators Hali McDonald and Charles Bowker, left, and 2017-18 WSUSA President candidates Colt Jarvis, Aulola Moli and David Gibbons participate in the WSUSA President debate in the Shepherd Union atrium on March 13 during executive election week. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

Presidential candidates debate issues

Chris Nichols March 14, 2017

This story was updated on 3/15/17.WSUSA presidential candidates took to the Shepard Union atrium on March 13 to publicly debate and discuss their respective platforms and ideas for the future of the student...

The 2016-17 WSUSA Senate leaders raise their hands to be sworn into office. Photo credit: Lindsey Parkinson

Weber inaugurates new WSUSA leaders

Lindsey Parkinson April 17, 2016

As this school year draws to a close, Weber looks toward the future. The new WSUSA leaders were inaugurated into office on April 15. “Friends, students, Wildcats: Lend me your ears one last time,”...

Service Vice President candidate Morgan Gardiner (blue T-shirt) sits in on a meeting discussing a complication with the 2016-2017 Service Vice President candidates. (Christina Huerta/The Signpost) Photo credit: Christina Huerta

Candidate disqualifications mar opening days of WSUSA elections

Michael Grennell March 20, 2016

Less than 36 hours into this year's Weber State University Student Association executive officer elections, controversy had already erupted over two races. On Monday afternoon, the WSUSA elections committee...

Elections are being held through Thursday in the Shepherd Union building.  (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)

Elections Committee: Early votes won’t count for disqualified candidates

Michael Grennell March 18, 2016

After deliberating for two hours on Tuesday afternoon, the Weber State University Student Association Elections Committee ruled that votes cast for four disqualified candidates before Tuesday morning will...

Final WSUSA senator positions still being processed

Michael Grennell March 15, 2016

After last week's WSUSA Student Senate elections were held, eight senator positions were left undecided, due to the ongoing processing of write-in candidates paperwork for the positions.On Tuesday afternoon,...

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