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Ime Udoka during one of the NBA basketball games.

Opinion: Did Udoka’s personal life have to be unraveled so harshly?

Rayshaun Baker-Lynch, Reporter September 29, 2022

Stories break every week in the NBA, and last week was no different. Ime Udoka, head coach of the Boston Celtics, was suspended from the team for a year for having a consensual relationship with a female...

Chinonso Opara leading the WSU football team out of the tunnel and onto the field during their game with Western Oregon on Sept. 1.

Opinion: Wildcats on top of week one power rankings

Simon Mortensen, Asst. sports editor September 29, 2022

The Big Sky Conference football preseason is wrapping up, and it’s time for in-conference play. Coming into week two of the regular season, it’s time to look at which teams are on pace and which teams...

The BYU football helmet. (MGN)

Opinion: One wacky week

Angelina Fontenot, Columnist September 15, 2022

Weber State University wasn’t the only team to walk away with a big win on Sept. 10. Week two of college football was filled with epic upsets and surprises with dominant teams falling to total underdogs....

Dontay Bassett goes for a layup against the Montana Griz.

Dunks and downfalls of men’s basketball

Simon Mortensen, Asst. sports editor September 8, 2022

What looked to be Weber State University's destination to lose early in the year, the 2021-22 Big Sky conference men's basketball season came down to a close four-way race. Following Montana’s dramatic...

The pond located at Ogdens Weber State University. (Kennedy Camarena/ The Signpost)

Looking back on my freshman year

Windsor Moore, Reporter August 29, 2022

Freshman year is a time to learn and grow not only as a student, but as a person. Everybody has their own experiences with college, both positive and negative. Something great I’ve found about college...

Weber State preparing to play against Northern Colorado on Nov. 20, 2021.

Opinion: Opportunities and obstacles of Big Sky Football

Simon Mortensen, Asst. sports editor July 18, 2022

With many of the key players in the Big Sky graduating over spring, this season starts a new era. The fall season is just around the corner, and major questions will be answered. For example, will Sacramento...

Hailey Price bumps a soccer ball off her head during a game against UNC in 2021.

Opinion: Strengths and shortcomings of women’s soccer

Simon Mortensen, Asst. sports editor July 11, 2022

The 2021 Big Sky women’s soccer tournament was filled with massive upsets and close games. Strong teams like the University of Northern Colorado lost early while Cinderella story teams like Weber State...

Scenes from the abortion rights advocates protest at the capitol after Roe vs. Wade falls on June 24 in downtown Lansing.

Opinion: The United States of Atrocities

Breanna Hart, Editor-in-chief July 11, 2022

When I heard about the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, I was at a loss for words. My brain stopped working, and I had no idea how to process this explosive information. At first,...

WSU defends against CSUNs Nicole Nevarez.

Opinion: The ups and downs of Big Sky volleyball

Simon Mortensen, Asst. sports editor June 27, 2022

With a new season just around the corner, it's time to catch up with fall sports. Helping fans know what to expect next season, this list gives the strengths and weaknesses of each volleyball team in the...

Even though Hank was only with us for a short while, he left a lasting legacy on our hearts. Photo credit: Rebecca Gonzales

The memeing of life

Rebecca Gonzales April 11, 2022

Memes bring us together.They’re like modern-day editorial cartoons; they poke fun at people or issues or events and are a communication shorthand. Plus, they’re funny.Despite their funniness,...

Weber State Universitys homecoming football game against Eastern Washington University at Stewart Stadium on Oct. 13, 2018. Photo credit: Benjamin Zack

A fulfilling college experience

Caitlyn Nichols April 11, 2022

It really does feel like you’re going to be in school forever. Like you have plenty of time, all the time in the world … and then suddenly you don’t. You find yourself staring at the...

Graduation is a great time for reflecting on our journeys here at Weber State. Photo credit: Veronica Martinez

My life is a sitcom

Makayla Martinez April 11, 2022

My life is a sitcom. No, really. My father often jokes that there must be hidden cameras somewhere recording "The Kayla Show," like the Jim Carrey movie. Some of the shenanigans I find myself subjected...

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