WSU introduces policy about policy

Academics, Campus Community, News

When Stephanie Bell Hollist sleeps at night, she dreams — an “umbrella term” for nightmares, as her colleague Patrick Thomas puts it — about policy at Weber State University. That’s […]

Trump, taxes and tenure: the 45th POTUS’s first year evaluated by WSU professors

Mobile, News, Politics

President Donald Trump’s first year has been filled with several policies as well as controversies. Weber State University professors reflected on his effectiveness in achieving his campaign promises thus far. […]

Audit examines WSU bookstore's cost to taxpayers

Campus Service, News, Politics

A recent performance audit examined whether Weber State University Campus Stores abused state sales tax by allowing tax-exempt sales of computers and educational software to Weber State University students, costing […]