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The cast of Dune 2, starring Timothée Chalamet, will release in theaters March 2024.

Año nuevo, películas nuevas: Previsión de cine para 2024

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Translator January 9, 2024

A pesar de que las huelgas de guionistas y actores de 2023 han provocado retrasos y contratiempos en las películas, todavía quedan muchos éxitos de taquilla y nuevas películas por ver a lo largo de...

Lady Gaga as Harley Quinn in Joker: Folie à Deux

New year, new movies: A 2024 movie forecast

Cooper Hatsis, Reporter January 9, 2024

Despite the writer and actor strikes of 2023 resulting in delays and setbacks for films, there are still plenty of exciting blockbusters and new films to look forward to throughout 2024. This new year...

Utah State Rep. Sandra Hollins speaking to the committee in charge of signing documents.

Codifying Juneteenth into Utah Law

Windsor Moore, Reporter June 13, 2022

Juneteenth is rapidly approaching, this is Utah's first year officially celebrating the new holiday. On Thursday, March 21, Gov. Spencer Cox signed into law Juneteenth as an official state holiday. Rep....

Susan Matt introduces Robert Putnam and Shaylyn Romney Garrett to the audience. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost) Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

“I” or “We,” what will it be?

Lexie Andrew October 27, 2021

Robert Putnam, research professor of public policy at Harvard University, and Shaylyn Romney Garrett, a Harvard graduate and writer, gave a guest lecture at the Wildcat Theater on Oct. 25 and spoke about...

Professor Steven Hahn of NYU (Weber State University)

Reconstructing Reconstruction-era history

Alexa Nielson October 30, 2018

Pulitzer Prize winner in History and Bancroft Prize winner in American History Professor Steven Hahn delivered the 20th Lampros Lecture at WSU, in what was an opportunity to hear someone who knows...

Juneteenth festival a day of independence. (Sara Parker / The  Signpost)

Juneteenth festival: a day of independence

Tori Waltz June 18, 2018

Every summer, the streets of America are lined with people of all ages gathered to celebrate a day of freedom, equality and liberation known as Juneteenth. Originating in the state of Texas, Juneteenth...

Graphic by Madison Osborn

Storytelling: Changing the world one brain at a time

Zac Watts November 9, 2017

Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is perhaps one of the most important books in American history. Enraged by the injustices perpetrated against African American slaves and laws that would...

Lindquist Pops Concert performers foster the tradition

July 13, 2015

For many Weber County residents, the Lindquist Pops Concert and Fireworks Show is a tradition that spans generations. But it's not just residents bringing their lawn chairs and blankets early to stake...

Environmental historian sheds different light on Civil War

November 13, 2014

  It’s not just about battles and generals, said the 15th annual Lampros lecturer Lisa M. Brady during her presentation on Tuesday.   With a modest crowd of Wildcats and community members,...

Viewpoint: Four countries to keep an eye on

February 20, 2014

While the world’s eye is fixed on Sochi, many countries are not privileged enough to be preoccupied with festivities. The world is not as picturesque as the Olympics would have you believe. 2013 marked...

Social Science Building anniversary week features Civil War historian

November 7, 2013

On Nov. 5 of 1973, Weber State University finished construction of the Social Science Building, designed to hold approximately 4,000 students and house 69 faculty and 14 staff. With this week's 40th anniversary...

Learning about the Civil War

February 9, 2012

Along with the community, two Weber State University professors met at the Pleasant Valley Library Wednesday night to discuss many events of the Civil War and novels about that time period. “A thing...

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