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Police Blotter 10/31 – 11/06

Sky Mundell and Breanna Hart November 17, 2022

I want to ride their bicycle On Nov. 1, WSUPD responded to a call about a bike being stolen from Wildcat village. The victim of the theft later saw the thief riding his bike in Riverdale, and reported...

Google has agreed to pay a large sum of money in order to settle multiple lawsuits claiming illegal location tracking.

News Quiz – 11/15

Aspyn Jones, Copy Editor November 15, 2022

News Quiz 11/15 QUESTIONS: 1. Google recently agreed to pay how much money in order to settle their location-tracking lawsuit? A. $578 million B. $392 million C. $243 million D. $184 million 2....

The W rock on campus surrounded by snow.

There’s snow place like Weber

Breanna Hart, Editor-in-chief November 3, 2022

Hey Wildcats! Here are some photos our photography editor, Kennedy Camarena, took of campus during our first snow. Remember to stay safe this winter! Breanna Hart, Editor-in-chief of The Signpost

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...

On Sept. 6 a new Prime Minister was announced after Boris Johnson resigned as Prime Minister due to many controversies.

News quiz Sept. 8

Lucas Moore and Breanna Hart September 8, 2022

Who is the UK’s new Prime Minister? a. Boris Johnson b. Ed Davey c. Liz Truss d. Margaret Thatcher What animal is currently the most critically endangered? a. Vaquita b. Great white sharks c....

Cans and boxes of food sit with fruits in the back of the pantry. (Kennedy Camarena/ The Signpost)

Food for thought

Breanna Hart, Editor-in-chief August 29, 2022

The fall semester is upon us once again, and with the start of a new semester comes an influx of new students, homework, stress and, most of all, spending an extended amount of time on campus. One of...

The summer semester on WSUs campus was quiet, but not silent when it came to crime.

Summer 2022 Police Blotter

Lucas Moore and Breanna Hart August 29, 2022

Weber State University’s campus this summer was pretty safe overall, but the summer months still had hints of affliction. Our campus safety is a big priority of the university police, and we are most...

Scenes from the abortion rights advocates protest at the capitol after Roe vs. Wade falls on June 24 in downtown Lansing.

Opinion: The United States of Atrocities

Breanna Hart, Editor-in-chief July 11, 2022

When I heard about the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, I was at a loss for words. My brain stopped working, and I had no idea how to process this explosive information. At first,...

The Signpost staff celebrates after winning many awards from the UPA and Region Nine SPJ awards.

Crushing college competitors

Breanna Hart, Editor-in-chief June 6, 2022

Every year, The Signpost competes against colleges across Utah for awards in both the Utah Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest and the Society of Professional Journalists Region Nine Mark of...

Murder mysteries are a great way to spend a quiet fall afternoon. Photo credit: Rebecca Gonzales

Practically perfect plot holes

Breanna Hart November 3, 2021

Halloween has come and gone, but that doesn't mean murder mystery books aren't in season still. Fall and winter are the perfect seasons to read murder mystery books, but you might want to think twice about...

Curl up with a spooky murder mystery book this fall. Photo credit: Rebecca Gonzales

Mysteries of the murderous kind

Breanna Hart October 25, 2021

One of my favorite things to do in the fall is read a murder mystery book. I love reading these books in any season, but for some reason they just seem to hit the spot when I read them in autumn, especially...

People gather in Salt Lake City, Utah, for the annual Pride Parade (Sara Parker / The Signpost)

OPINION: Why we still need Pride

Breanna Hart July 12, 2021

Throughout the month of June, I wrote several columns highlighting certain events in the history of the LGBTQ community that have made an impact on where we are today. It’s been 51 years since the...

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