The Study Spots of Weber (Photo Enterprise)

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A crucial cornerstone to college life is studying. Fortunately, Weber can provide a variety of different environments to study in. Whether you like to study in silence or surrounded by […]

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet pontificates on present and past

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Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Tyehimba Jess had a reading and discussion Sept. 18 at St. Joseph Catholic High School and visited Weber State University on Sept. 19. Jess has two published […]

WSU alumnus passes away at 41

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Leo Tyson Dirr, Weber State University Alumnus and former Signpost reporter, passed away on Sept. 10. “Leo was a brilliant writer and a good friend, and he will be deeply […]

WSU cracks down on hazing

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Greek Life has earned notoriety across American campuses, but WSU is taking strides to address that. Every year, WSU hosts hazing meetings for both new pledges and returning members of […]

Environmental historian comes to Weber to discuss coyote evolution

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New York Times Bestselling author and environmental historian, Dr. Dan Flores, will educate audiences on the 5-million-year-old epic story of the coyote at the Alumni Center Garden Room on Sept. […]