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Weber delves deeper into film

Cooper Hatsis, Reporter August 28, 2023

Editors Note: The film studies and communications programs are separate programs  With every passing semester, Weber State University’s video program continues to grow new opportunities and courses...

The NBA Slam Dunk Contest is a staple of All-Star Weekend.

Opinion: Dunking on the dunk contest

Rayshaun Baker-Lynch February 28, 2022

When people think of the Dunk Contest, they think of Michael Jordan jumping from the free-throw line, Vince Carter’s 360 Windmill and the battle between Aaron Gordon and Zach Lavine in 2016. This...

The Monarch Building in Downtown Ogden hosts the Vida, Muerte, Justicia art exhibit.  (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost) Photo credit: Nikki Dorber

Ogden on display

Makayla Geddes November 3, 2021

Ogden is full of different opportunities to get involved in the arts. Whether it be music, galleries, performances, street art or zines, there is a place for everyone to enjoy the creativity and ingenuity...

Artist Mike Gardner is speaking about his works with a gallery visitor. Photo credit: Elle Gord

My First Friday Art Stroll

Elle Gord July 12, 2021

The Ogden community's First Friday Art Stroll is held year round on the first Friday of every month. From 6–9 p.m., the stroll consists of art, shopping and live music for everyone to enjoy. The...

Dancing in the Stream presents new works by student choreographers

Dancing in the Stream presents new works by student choreographers

Kierstynn King January 11, 2021

On Dec. 12 and 19, Orchesis Dance Theatre presented the second part of their Dancing in the Stream performances online. All of the performances were filmed during the weekend of Nov. 12. "Her Abandoned...

Students learn about and design virtual reality experiences. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

WSU visits a virtual environment

Kainoa Nunez January 31, 2019

Weber State University’s department of Engineering, Applied Science and Technology hosted a virtual reality boot camp from Jan. 24 to Jan. 26 as part of their Coding and Creativity Series. The three-day...

Researchers have found that those who are creative have more connections between the right and left hemisphere. (Source: Pixabay)

Science Weekly: Creativity is all about connections

Kellie Plumhof April 11, 2017

Researchers from Duke University and the University of Padova have hammered another nail into the right-brain creativity myth. They suggest that the increased communication of both hemispheres is what...

Research has found a link between brain shape and personality. (Source: Pixabay)

Science Weekly: Brain shape linked to personality traits

Kellie Plumhof February 21, 2017

Brain shape might play a role in behavior and mental health disorders, according to new research from a group of researchers from the United States, United Kingdom and Italy.Antonio Terracciano, professor...

4 reasons to play Dungeons and Dragons

January 11, 2015

Dice. Miniature fantasy figures. Graph paper. Massive rule books with stacks of tables and charts. Six or seven people gathered in the dead of night, moving tokens around a grid and arguing about the...

The Animal Inside Out exhibit comes to Salt Lake City

June 23, 2014

The Animal Inside Out exhibit, a Body Worlds Production, is now featured at The Leonardo museum in Salt Lake City. “We have a good relationship with Body Worlds and we are always looking for traveling...

Color Me Mine offers do-it-yourself pottery

March 6, 2014

Historic 25th Street is home to Color Me Mine, a store specializing in pottery painting and helping customers express their creativity. Color Me Mine sells pre-fired, paint-ready ceramics. The ceramics...

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