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Tori Nybo and Emily Peralez perform Define Me for the Dance Form, a show put on by the Performing Arts Department at Weber State University. (Signpost Archives)

Finding aid for performances made

Makayla Geddes September 27, 2021

The Performing Arts department at Weber State University currently offers over 30 scholarships in film studies, music, dance and theatre. Applications for the scholarships open at various times throughout...

Scholarships and upcoming auditions for the performing arts

Scholarships and upcoming auditions for the performing arts

Caitlyn Nichols January 15, 2021

For students interested in participating with Weber State University’s performing arts programs during the 2021-22 school year, and maybe even get scholarships for it, now is the time to act and apply. The...

Cassie Anderson Photography

The Backseat Lovers rock Weber’s world

Alyson Johnson October 17, 2018

The Backseat Lovers performed at Weber State University for the first time on Oct. 13, as part of the festivities leading up to the homecoming football game. Though the rising indie-rock band has...

(Cassie Anderson Photography)

Backseat Lovers set to rock Weber’s world

Alyson Johnson October 5, 2018

The Backseat Lovers will be kicking off Weber State University’s homecoming game on Oct. 13. With less than six months together, the rising indie-rock band is quickly finding success and gaining...

Politics and punk: Desaparecidos sings it all

Emilee Atkinson September 1, 2015

Upon hearing Desaparecidos for the first time, listeners will think of Paramore, Jimmy Eat World or other alternative groups. However, the more time listeners spend with this latest album "Payola," the...

Ogden kicks off Twilight Concert Series

June 8, 2015

Hundreds of people filled the Ogden Amphitheater Thursday June 4th for the city’s first Twilight Concert Series. The first installment of this concert series brought a large crowd and even bigger morale....

Local bands find a home in Ogden

April 17, 2015

There are dozens of venues in Salt Lake City where you can see concerts. Most of them are usually big shows, but there are still chances to catch local bands. However, sometimes driving all the way to...

Torche offers a heavy listening experience

April 7, 2015

For many metal fans—myself included—the harder the music, the better. Hailing from Florida, the rock band Torche was formed in 2004, and they claim they are a band that is "playing the loudest...

KWCR Album Review: The Amazing 'Picture You'

February 10, 2015

The Swedish group The Amazing and their outspoken front man, Christoffer Gunrup, were able to do a lot with their latest work "Picture You." With everything from funk sounds to acoustic melodies, this...

KWCR album review: Twerps 'Range Anxiety'

January 27, 2015

Admittedly, Twerps wouldn't be a band I would be inclined to listen to while browsing music at a local media store. However, now that I've had the chance to listen to them, I definitely recommend them...

WSU band plays spring concert

February 28, 2013

The Weber State University Wind Ensemble started its concert year with a diverse group of musicians, including the Northridge High School Band and non-music major wind ensemble members. Thomas Root, a...

New visiting professor looks to expand music program

October 25, 2012

[media-credit name="Roberts" align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit]Shannon Roberts is a new visiting professor for the Weber State University Music Department and the newest addition to the jazz...

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