Home » Archives by category » News » Campus Events

Wilson passes torch to Favero

Current Weber State University Student Association executives passed the torch to the newly elected executives Friday in the Wildcat Theater. Joe Favero raised his right hand and took the oath of office to serve as the next study body president of WSU. “I have a great passion for Weber State,” Favero said. “I believe that […]

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,” […]

Continue reading …

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 […]

Continue reading …

X96: Radio from Hell’s Kerry Jackson, Bill Allred and Gina Barberi broadcast their 10th annual All-Day Show in the Shepherd Union Building on Friday, giving away tickets to concerts and sports events, and featuring bands such as Fictionist and Brumby, a band from Provo. WSU’s radio station, KWCR, teamed up with Radio from Hell, handing […]

Continue reading …
CCEL hosts sixth Community Engagement Symposium

On April 16, Weber State University’s civically engaged Wildcats will have an opportunity to showcase their cooperation and involvement in the local, state and national communities during the Sixth Annual Community Engagement Symposium. The Center for Community Engaged Learning hosts the symposium every year to encourage students who have volunteered to showcase what they have […]

Continue reading …
Honors program brings former State Dept. member to WSU

On Tuesday, Weber State University’s honors program and the women and gender studies program will sponsor Ann Wright as the next speaker in the honors program’s Food for Thought series. Wright worked as a colonel in the United States Army for 13 years before retiring and working for the U.S. State Department. In 2003, she […]

Continue reading …