WSU alumna, Salt Lake Tribune win Pulitzer Prize for campus rape coverage

Campus Community, News, Utah

Weber State University alumna and former editor-in-chief of The Signpost Jessica Schreifels Miller, along with The Salt Lake Tribune staff, won a Pulitzer Prize on April 10 for Local Reporting […]

Former Enron VP addresses business ethics in guest lecture

Business/Careers, News

The Center for Leadership in Corporate Social Responsibility explored business ethics and leadership on Jan. 31 in the Wattis Business Building. Brad Agle, Ph.D., Brigham Young University ethics professor, spoke […]

Weber State tennis returns to Ogden

Signpost Slider, Sports, Tennis

The Weber State University women’s tennis team took on Brigham Young University on Jan. 27 at the Ogden Athletic Club. The Wildcats were completely shut out by the Cougars, dropping […]

‘Cats to hit the hardwood with high expectations

Basketball, Sports

The Weber State University men’s basketball team will kick off the 2016-17 season on Oct. 19 with the annual Purple and White scrimmage at the Dee Events Center. The scrimmage […]

Meet the Weber State University coaches

Basketball, Cross-Country, Football, Front Page, Golf, News, Orientation, Softball, Sports, Tennis, Track and Field, Volleyball

Jay Hill | Football The 2016-17 season will be head coach Jay Hill’s third year with the Wildcats. Hill is the 11th head coach in WSU football history. In the […]

Cortometraje sobre los problemas del agua de Utah

Spanish, Sustainability

Issac Goeckeritz, documentalista local, y Hal crimmel, profesor de inglés de Weber State University, presentarán dos cortometrajes basadas de un libro “Crimmel”, que el titulo recientemente se cambió a “Desert […]

Short films tackle Utah's water issues

Science & Tech, Sustainability

Isaac Goeckeritz, a local documentary filmmaker, and Hal Crimmel, Weber State University English professor, will be presenting two short films based on a book Crimmel recently edited titled “Desert Water: The […]