The Weber State University Student Association announced the election results for the executive and legislative officers for the 2020-2021 school year on Feb. 28 during the annual Weber’s Got Talent. […]
Excitement and tension was in the air in the Shepherd Union Ballrooms on Jan. 29 as students gathered together to play bingo. Instead of traditional bingo, students were presented with […]
Bonus Information: According to data collected by Weber State University during the third week of the fall 2018 semester, 27,465 undergraduate students were enrolled. Among them, 2,025 voted in the WSUSA 2019-20 elections.
2068 students voted in the 2018-19 elections and only 1732 voted for the 2017-18 elections. During the 2018 school year, approximately 0.06% undergraduate enrolled students voted to be represented in their own student body government.
which saw 2068 and 2025 voters respectively.
Student involvement does not always have to be about joining clubs or taking part in student government. It can be as simple as attending events on campus, such as the […]
Kay Walker, the Stop the Hate chair of the WSUSA Diversity and Unity Board, wants Weber students to understand the complexities of sex work. While conservative groups and sensibilities may […]
Homecoming week is fast approaching, and this year it features a special emphasis on keeping traditions alive at Weber State University. WSUSA Student Body President, Bret Alexander, said that this […]
On Aug. 30 WSUSA, brought Foam Bash back to the Wildcat Village. WSUSA Activities Vice President Michelle Thao stated that the purpose of the Foam Bash is to welcome students […]
When it comes to college, money can be sparse, and students may be familiar with looking at their bank accounts and finding it in the double, if not single, digits. […]
All photographs and candidate platforms were provided by WSUSA. Executive Branch Bret Alexander—President Hello, WILDCATS! My name is Bret Alexander. I’m a first-generation college student who moved out of my […]
The Weber State University student body will soon know the replacement for President Jordan Slater. After a week-long spring break, students and faculty gathered in the Shepherd Union Atrium March […]