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APRIL 6: Los Angeles Times reporter Jack Dolan, left, negotiates The Wall during a whitewater tour with Evan Moore, general manager of Sierra South Mountain Sports, and guide Zach Wilfey on the upper Kern River on Thursday, April 6, 2023 in Kernville, CA. The winter and early spring storms have brought plenty of water which is good news for the local businesses.

Join WSU Outdoor Program’s trip to Moab

Wiktoria Kolodziejczyk, Reporter July 16, 2024

Weber State University’s Outdoor Program’s Moab Whitewater Rafting Trip is set to take place from July 26 to 28. Participants must be at least 18 years of age to take part. The prices to participate...

Sean Lisonbee, owner of Morningstar Tattoo

Inked up in Ogden: National Tattoo Day with Morningstar Tattoo

Tenaya Hyde, Reporter July 16, 2024

July 17 is National Tattoo Day. Some celebrate by going down memory lane with their tattoos while others prepare to add to their body collage at a local tattoo shop. Local tradition, however, sees the...

The guide sign for hole eight stands surrounded by weeds. (AJ Handley/The Signpost)

Weber State University opens new disc golf course

Wiktoria Kolodziejczyk, Reporter July 9, 2024

Weber State University recently opened a new nine-hole disc golf course located southwest of Discovery Loop Trailhead in Ogden. This is great news not only for disc golf enthusiasts but also for Weber...

Entrance of the LGBT/Womens Center.

OPINION: Utah against diversity

Brisa Odenthal, Editor-in-Chief July 9, 2024

As of July 8, it has officially been one week since Weber State University was forced to close its doors on its cultural centers. This comes after the Utah State Legislature passed House Bill 261, which...

Weber State University students talking with each other inside of the Black Cultural Center.

Opinion: Utah contra la diversidad

Nelly Hernandez Tejada, Translator July 9, 2024

Desde el 8 de julio, ha sido oficialmente una semana desde que la universidad de Weber State fueron obligados a cerrar las puertas de sus centros culturales. Esto viene después de que la Asamblea Legislativa...

Seated audience enjoying the evenings concert.

Diplo headlines latest Ogden Twilight concert

Tenaya Hyde, Reporter July 9, 2024

Ogden City Amphitheater turned into a rave for all ages on the night of July 6 in the latest installment of the summer Twilight Concert Series. For the ninth year in a row, this summer concert series has...

Awards won by Weber States Womens Center.

Saying goodbye to cultural centers

Cooper Hatsis, Assistant Section Editor July 2, 2024

On June 27-28, Weber State University’s cultural centers held their closing receptions from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The many centers on campus will close their doors on July 1 due to House Bill 261. The closing...

Awards won by Weber States Womens Center.

Despidiéndose de los centros culturales

Nelly Hernandez Tejada and Cooper Hatsis July 2, 2024

El 27-28 de junio, los centros culturales en la universidad de Weber State tuvieron su recepción de clausura desde las 10 de la mañana hasta las 2 de la tarde. Los centros en campus cerrarán sus puertas...

Posters with the title Civil Rights and photos from the Civil Rights Movement during Jim Crow, hang above the Ogden Amphitheater during the Juneteenth Festival 2023.

J. Holiday comes to Ogden to celebrate Juneteenth

Grayden Guthrie, Contributor June 25, 2024

Early 2000s R&B singer J. Holiday came to Ogden to perform at the 35th anniversary of Ogden’s Juneteenth Festival on June 17. J. Holiday, along with other attending local performers, praised the...

A barber pole attached to the outside of Moores Barbershop.

Ogden’s Barber and Braid Battle

Wiktoria Kolodziejczyk, Reporter June 11, 2024

Juneteenth, celebrated on June 19, marks the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States. Though the day was established as a national holiday only three years ago by President Joe...

Students work in the new Ray L. Kimber Music & Sibyl Recording Studio in the Val A. Browning Center for the Performing Arts on March 18, 2022.

Songs of the Wildcats

Megan Swann, Section Editor June 11, 2024

The concept of a love song about Hot Wheels might seem unlikely, but it was exactly the type of song student Catie Wirz wanted to write. Wirz said what started as a challenge among classmates to write...

Various colored ribbons hang above the Dumke Arts Plaza.

From Where The Air is Different: New exhibition in Dumke Arts Plaza

Tenaya Hyde, Reporter June 11, 2024

Red, green, blue and every color in between now cover Ogden’s Dumke Arts Plaza with its new exhibition, titled “A Dream That Comes in Color.” Hundreds of thousands of ribbons tied to the fencing...

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