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Letter From the editor

Breanna Hart, Editor-in-Chief September 20, 2022

Dear Reader, We are four weeks into the fall 2022 semester and I hope you have all settled into your schedules well. I am writing to officially announce the changes we have made to The Signpost. The...

Letter to the editor 9/15/22

September 15, 2022

Editor's note: Letters to the editors are in rebuttal and in response to material previously published. These letters do not reflect the views of The Signpost and should not be taken as such. In response...

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Do you know your news? Nov. 3

Marisa Nelson November 2, 2020

1) According to Michael McDonald, a professor at the University of Florida who specializes in American elections, how many early votes will be cast by Nov. 3?a. 200 millionb. 100 millionc. 8 milliond....

Balancing free speech and safety on campus

Balancing free speech and safety on campus

Francisco Ruiz November 27, 2019

The recent interaction between student Michael Moreno and debate coach Ryan Wash caused significant controversy online and on campus after Moreno posted recordings of in-class interactions on YouTube....

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Police blotter

Jennifer Greenlee November 21, 2019

Left behindA gun was found in an Elizabeth Hall women’s bathroom on Nov. 12. A student reported it to police, who confiscated it. The gun was registered to a female student with a concealed carry...

Maureen hopes to spread awareness about  opioid addiction with her personal story of her daughter (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

Lessening the stigma of opioid addiction

Kenlee East October 13, 2019

A Weber State University 1999 graduate, Maureen Cavanagh, came back to WSU to teach students about opioid addiction and how she learned through family experience how to combat it. Author of “If You...

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Bestselling new book and a battle with mental illness

Miles Shaw October 11, 2019

A small group gathered at the Weber County Library on 25th St. on Oct. 10 to hear acclaimed best-selling author Robison Wells discuss the new book he co-wrote with James Patterson, The Warning, and his...

Senate letter to President Woodfield

Letter to the editor January 11, 2017

WSUSA President Gregory J. Woodfield:Respectfully, I write to you on behalf of the WSUSA Senate regarding concerns about your ability to faithfully execute the constitutional responsibilities and contractual...

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WSUSA Supreme Court Justice letter to the editor

Letter to the editor October 28, 2016

Intersectionality is a necessary concept those at Weber State University should choose to understand and educate oneself about, including faculty, staff, and most importantly, students. When explaining...

LTE: Developmental math ‘most feared animal in the state’

January 15, 2015

In The Signpost's Jan. 12 article "Developmental math changes" Weber State University's program was described as "leading the way" in developmental math. With the utmost humility, I must respectfully...

LTE: A solution for everyone

December 1, 2014

Smoking is a controversial issue on campus today. The majority of students who walk from class to class often find themselves inhaling secondhand smoke. However, smoking is a legal recreational activity...

LTE: Why do people volunteer?

October 20, 2014

People volunteer for many reasons. Some volunteer to gain employment skills, others do it to socialize and many volunteer simply to give back to the community. It does not matter why you choose to volunteer;...

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