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2022 Midterm election results

2022 Midterm election results

Alexandrea Bonilla, Managing Editor November 10, 2022

The 2022 midterm election is winding down and the results are slowly trickling in. All four Republican incumbents are expected to keep their seats while Republican Mike Lee is winning a close battle against...

Pan de Muerto is a popular food item that is made to be placed on the ofrenda for souls.

Celebrating Día de los Muertos

November 1, 2022

El Día de los Muertos, or The Day of the Dead, is a multiple-day Mexican holiday that reunites the living and the dead. Ofrendas, or offerings, are created to honor deceased loved ones and keep their...

The Signpost reporter Alexandrea Bonilla speaks with Governor Cox in an interview after speaking to Weber State students.

A talk with Gov. Cox

Alexandrea Bonilla, Managing editor September 6, 2022

In his Utah 360 tour, Gov. Spencer Cox visited Weber State University to have a conversation with University President Brad Mortensen, and students, about their worries concerning Utah’s rapid internal...

During the Student Success Conference, students took the opportunity to stand in protest for racial equality at Weber State University.

Discussing equity

Alexandrea Bonilla, Managing editor August 29, 2022

Earlier this year, Weber State University President Brad Mortensen appointed an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council to help WSU achieve the standards and goals of equity defined by the university...

Weber State University students, staff, faculty and community members celebrate the opening of the new Outdoor Adventure and Welcome Center on the WSU Ogden Campus on Feb. 3, 2021. (Weber State University)

A goodbye within student affairs

Alexandrea Bonilla, Managing editor August 29, 2022

Vice President of Student Affairs Brett Perozzi has announced his departure from Weber State University after serving student affairs for 15 years. The first 10 of those years he worked as the Associate...

The Dee Events Center bus stop.

Wildcats’ new ride

Alexandrea Bonilla, Managing editor August 29, 2022

Weber State University students can wave the Wildcat Express goodbye after over 40 years of service. But fear not, the Wildcat Express is being replaced by Ogden’s new Bus Rapid Transit system called...

Money Given to State and Local Anti-Violence Programs in Utah. Photo credit: Alexandrea Bonilla

Violence in your hometown

Alexandrea Bonilla April 18, 2022

Gun violence numbers continue to rise every year, as does the money that goes toward preventing it. In an attempt to combat these rising numbers, federal and local governments have implemented anti-violence...

The rules of the road continue to change as definitions change. Photo credit: MGN

Do you know your news? 4/12

Alexandrea Bonilla April 11, 2022

1. Gov. Spencer Cox signed a new bill into place that modified the laws of autocycles. What changed? A. They are no longer allowed to be driven on roads with a speed limit above 40 mphB. They are no longer...

Will Smith accepts the Oscar for Best Actor and Best Picture. Photo credit: MGN

Do you know your news? April 5

Alexandrea Bonilla April 4, 2022

1. During this year’s Academy Awards, Will Smith slapped presenter Chris Rock after Rock made a joke about Smith's wife's alopecia, an autoimmune disease that causes a person's hair to fall out and...

All foods can be classified as either soup, salad, sandwich or ravioli. Photo credit: Grace Haglund

Not-so-Signpost: Food fight

Marisa Nelson March 31, 2022

Since the dawn of The Signpost, an ongoing debate in our newsroom has been that all foods should fit into one of four categories: sandwich, soup, salad and the recent addition of ravioli. You’re...

The final section of the Browning Center bus stop will be finished in the next year. Photo credit: Summer Muster

OGXpectations

Alexandrea Bonilla March 28, 2022

Weber State students can expect construction cones and detours around campus for the foreseeable future. Students can and should continue to expect changes in the shuttle system and what travel to and...

The future of high school sports may change. Photo credit: MGN

Do you know your news? March 29

Alexandrea Bonilla March 28, 2022

1. The Utah Legislature's House Bill 11 has been hotly debated over the last several weeks, and Gov. Spencer Cox vetoed the bill before his veto was overridden by two-thirds of the legislature, voting...

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