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Lessons learned

April 9, 2024

I have had many opportunities through my time here at Weber State University and in life. I have learned valuable skills and lessons that I will continue to use for the rest of my life. One of these lessons...

The Miami Heats Max Strus (31) and Caleb Martin (16) celebrate during second-quarter action against the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals at Kaseya Center on May 23, 2023, in Miami.

OPINION: An unforgettable NBA season

Collyn Cowles, Reporter June 6, 2023

In the thrilling and highly-anticipated 2023 NBA playoffs, basketball fans were treated to a rollercoaster of emotions, jaw-dropping performances and intense rivalries. The journey to the championship...

North Carolinas Brendan Haywood struggles to get by Weber States Eddie Gill (4) and Andy Jensen in Webers 76-74 victory Thursday, March 11, 1999.

OPINION: A recipe for a successful Big Sky March Madness team

Simon Mortensen, Sports editor April 4, 2023

With teams like Florida Atlantic University and San Diego State University landing in the Final Four, this year's NCAA men's basketball tournament has featured multiple upsets. That said, while some small...

Los Angeles Lakerss pro-basketball player LeBron James gestures during the NBA All-Star game between Team Giannis and Team LeBron at the Vivint arena in Salt Lake City on Feb. 19.

OPINIÓN: El legado duradero de LeBron

Nathanael Stout, Traductor February 23, 2023

La pregunta de quién es el mejor jugador de baloncesto de todos los tiempos es un tema de mucha debate y opinión. No hay una respuesta definitiva, pero LeBron James sin duda está en la conversación,...

Outside view from New York New York Hotel located in Las Vegas.

Opinion: My first Thanksgiving

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Culture editor December 1, 2022

Thanksgiving is a new holiday for me and many international students in their first semester at Weber State University. This is my second year since I moved from Peru to Utah, but this is the first year...

FAFSA for the win

Coby Crisler, Reporter October 18, 2022

College can be extremely expensive, running thousands of dollars just for initial course charges and fees. On top of that, books and materials for classes can add hundreds of dollars each onto those already...

Even though Hank was only with us for a short while, he left a lasting legacy on our hearts. Photo credit: Rebecca Gonzales

The memeing of life

Rebecca Gonzales April 11, 2022

Memes bring us together.They’re like modern-day editorial cartoons; they poke fun at people or issues or events and are a communication shorthand. Plus, they’re funny.Despite their funniness,...

Graduation is a great time for reflecting on our journeys here at Weber State. Photo credit: Veronica Martinez

My life is a sitcom

Makayla Martinez April 11, 2022

My life is a sitcom. No, really. My father often jokes that there must be hidden cameras somewhere recording "The Kayla Show," like the Jim Carrey movie. Some of the shenanigans I find myself subjected...

Making it to college graduation is so surreal for me. I cant wait to graduate with a bachelors in Communication. Photo credit: Marisa Nelson

A leap of faith

Marisa Nelson April 11, 2022

As I sat down to write my graduation column for The Signpost, I couldn’t think of just one thing to say about my college experience. My whole life has been about proving to myself that I am where...

The Big Sky athletic conference doesn’t currently sponsor mens volleyball for competition, so it will join an increasing list of high school sports not offered at any schools in the conference. Photo credit: Grace Haglund

A place for men’s volleyball in Big Sky?

Cayden Treasure April 4, 2022

The Utah High School Activities Association has scheduled boys' volleyball to begin in spring 2024, adding another spring sport to the lineup.The Big Sky athletic conference doesn’t currently sponsor...

A desert landscape reflects the scarcity mindset. Photo credit: unsplash

Breaking the mindset of scarcity

Joshua Kamp November 29, 2021

I didn’t realize the deeper meaning of being a first-generation college student until very recently. For a long time, it just seemed like a vague badge of pride. Yes, those students may need extra...

To prevent dumpster divers from finding usable products in the trash, retailers destroy goods by cutting them with scissors or pouring bleach on them. Photo credit: Rebecca Gonzales

Wasting wares and trashing treasures

Rebecca Gonzales November 17, 2021

You’ve seen the videos: unsold Coach bags slashed and tossed in the trash, reusable Old Navy masks cut to pieces and thrown out at the height of the pandemic, perfectly good clothes purposely ruined...

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