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Meal madness sign surrounded by ingredients used in the competition.

Sizzle, slice and sauté

Hunter Lindsey, Reporter November 15, 2022

Scents of sizzling entrées filled the Shepherd Union Atrium on Nov. 11 as Weber Dining hosted its annual iron chef-style cooking competition, Meal Madness. Four teams consisting of students and faculty...

There are six microwaves located across campus available to students.

Finding food on campus

Lexie Andrew, Asst. culture editor August 29, 2022

A hungry student is not a great student. Worrying about what to have for lunch is not something a student wants to worry about when they have papers and projects due. There are fast food options near...

The audience listened as Antonius Oki Wiriadjaia presented his art on a projector screen. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

La propiedad del artista

Addison Weeks March 23, 2022

Estudiantes y facultades de Weber State University tuvieron la oportunidad de asistir un discurso del artista Antonius Oki Wiriadjaia el 18 de marzo en el Browning Center. Wiriadjaia, también conocido...

Artist Antonius Oki introduces himself to his audience. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

An artist’s ownership

Coby Crisler March 23, 2022

Weber State University students and faculty had the opportunity to attend a lecture given by the artist Antonius Oki Wiriadjaia on March 18 in the Browning Center. Wiriadjaia, also known by his artist...

Romeo performs his poem Undocumented Football about a high school football player on DACA. Photo credit: Lissete Landaverde

Trayendo la esperanza en el Mes de la Herencia Hispana

Lissete Landaverde September 20, 2021

Traducido por Marianna Lucia Lopez LurittaEl Mes de la Herencia Hispana ha comenzado, y para celebrarlo Weber State University tiene planeado un mes lleno de eventos que comienzan el 15 de sept. y continúan...

Romeo explains the difference between the Hispanic and Latinx identities. Photo credit: Lissete Landaverde

Bringing in hope with Hispanic Heritage Month

Lissete Landaverde September 20, 2021

Hispanic Heritage Month has begun, and in celebration, Weber State University has a month full of events planned starting Sept. 15 and continuing until Oct. 15. The theme of this year's Hispanic Heritage...

Vibrant colors are seen all around the Ogden Farmers Market year after year. (Bella Torres / The Signpost)

Summer activities to enjoy before fall semester

Caitlyn Nichols July 26, 2021

As July comes to an end, there's only one month before summer ends and the fall semester begins. Like many, it's at this point every summer that I start to panic. While I generally like school, I hate...

Pie and Beer Day is one of the many local events taking place in honor of Utahs Pioneer Day celebrations. Photo credit: Ogden Bicycle Collective

Pioneer Day? More like Pie and Beer Day

Noah Lutman July 19, 2021

The Utah tradition of Pioneer Day is in full swing for 2021. With festivities being held across the Salt Lake Valley, many people are gearing up for a busy weekend. One lesser known tradition is Pie and...

Desde el campo hasta la mesa, los agricultores de Utah ayudan a alimentar a las familias con pocos recursos

Andres Rodriguez June 7, 2021

Farmers Feeding Utah se asoció con las fuerzas del orden del condado de Weber para repartir comidas de Acción de Gracias a familias necesitadas para su evento Cops and Crops el pasado 24 de noviembre...

A view of Ogden, Utah from the Waterfall Canyon Trail (Robert Lewis / The Signpost) Photo credit: Signpost Archives

The opportunity to serve locally this spring break

Kierstynn King February 3, 2021

The Alternative Breaks Team, hosted by the Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL), has provided Weber State University students with the opportunity to volunteer in trips around the country and the...

Students can find fresh sushi prepared here on Weber State Universitys campus (Steven Clift / The Signpost

COVID-19 makes changes to on-campus dining

Ben Ferney January 15, 2021

Weber State University's dining services has been struggling to keep up revenue throughout the pandemic, while students have even more complaints. Sodexo, which runs the campus dining services,...

Ogden Chief of Police Randy Watt speaks prior to letting in cars of families to pick up food. Photo credit: Caitlyn Nichols

From the field to the table, Utah farmers help feed hungry families

Caitlyn Nichols November 30, 2020

Farmers Feeding Utah partnered with Weber County law enforcement to hand out Thanksgiving meals to families in need for their Cops and Crops event on Nov. 24 at the Weber County Fairgrounds. Cars of hungry...

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