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WSUSA inauguration to usher in new student leaders

The inauguration of the 2014-15 Weber State University Student Association will be held at the duck pond on April 18. The event will also celebrate the work the 2013-14 government has done during its reign and discuss changes the new staff has planned. “To me, inauguration is one of the most important events all year,” […]

Ogden’s Sonora Grill hosted its second annual Dining for Dollars event Thursday. All of the sales earned throughout the day were donated to the Sonora Grill Scholarship Fund, supporting first-generation college students at Weber State University. With the restaurant open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., the event raised $12,000 just in sales, which was […]

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This has been a remarkable year for news. From Crimea to the Affordable Care Act, Egypt’s dissolving government to Kim Jung Un’s meme popularity, news has arguably never been more popular. Weber State has had its share of excitement this year as well, and The Signpost was there to capture it. Here are Weber’s five […]

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Student senator shows concern with building demolition

Construction crews are waiting for the end of spring semester to start on the demolition of Buildings 3 and 4, which will be replaced by the Tracy A. Hall Science Center, set to open in the fall of 2016. The demolition of Buildings 3 and 4, which have housed many of the math and engineering […]

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FanX brings Comic Con experience back to Salt Lake

Six months ago, Salt Lake Comic Con 2013 drew an estimated 70,000-80,000 people, almost double what the event organizers expected and planned for. The FanXperience event, April 17-19, looks to build on that success. “They thought maybe they’d have 40-50,000 people (for Salt Lake Comic Con),” said Christopher Ekstrom, a regular at Wyvern, Weber State […]

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Legacy Wall honors WSU’s heritage

The final phase of the Tracy Legacy Plaza, the elevated plaza between the Shepherd Union Building and the Browning Center, is set to be complete in time for graduation. The Legacy Wall in front of Lampros Hall will be dedicated April 25. “The design of the Legacy Wall mimics the facade of the old Moench […]

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