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APRIL 6: Los Angeles Times reporter Jack Dolan, left, negotiates The Wall during a whitewater tour with Evan Moore, general manager of Sierra South Mountain Sports, and guide Zach Wilfey on the upper Kern River on Thursday, April 6, 2023 in Kernville, CA. The winter and early spring storms have brought plenty of water which is good news for the local businesses.

Join WSU Outdoor Program’s trip to Moab

Wiktoria Kolodziejczyk, Reporter July 16, 2024

Weber State University’s Outdoor Program’s Moab Whitewater Rafting Trip is set to take place from July 26 to 28. Participants must be at least 18 years of age to take part. The prices to participate...

Lupita Nyong’o as “Samira” in A Quiet Place: Day One from Paramount Pictures.

OPINION: “A Quiet Place: Day One” Review

Cooper Hatsis, Assistant Section Editor July 16, 2024

The original 2018 “A Quiet Place” film was a smash hit, so it makes sense for Paramount to capitalize on this property John Krasinski has conjured. Thus we get “A Quiet Place: Day One,” which follows...

Awards won by Weber States Womens Center.

Saying goodbye to cultural centers

Cooper Hatsis, Assistant Section Editor July 2, 2024

On June 27-28, Weber State University’s cultural centers held their closing receptions from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The many centers on campus will close their doors on July 1 due to House Bill 261. The closing...

Various colored ribbons hang above the Dumke Arts Plaza.

From Where The Air is Different: New exhibition in Dumke Arts Plaza

Tenaya Hyde, Reporter June 11, 2024

Red, green, blue and every color in between now cover Ogden’s Dumke Arts Plaza with its new exhibition, titled “A Dream That Comes in Color.” Hundreds of thousands of ribbons tied to the fencing...

Yellow note at the exhibit telling members of the LGBTQ+ community to Love who you love.

LGBTQ+ Center to shut down July 1

Megan Swann, Section Editor June 4, 2024

While each day in June marks another day in Pride Month, this year, it also marks another day closer to the end of the LGBTQ+ Center on Weber State University’s campus. The center’s upcoming closure...

Valentina Rodriguez posing for a photo with Senator Luz Escamilla.

Interview with Luz Escamilla: Minority leader of the Utah Senate

Nathanael Stout, Translator April 11, 2024

Original Spanish version written by Valentina Rodriguez and Tanner Scott Translated to English by Nathanael Stout This article, originally written in December 2023, has been edited for length. Luz...

Copy Editor Mindy Brown editing articles for The Signpost during a production.

Who is The Signpost?

Brisa Odenthal, Section Editor March 26, 2024

Joining a campus organization is one of the best ways to create your own community at Weber State University. Regardless of your major, interests or time on campus, there is a community for you to join. One...

Nanabah Kadenhii of Indigenous Enterprise performing a Hoop Dance on March 15.

Celebrando la cultura indígena a través de las artes

Nelly Hernandez Tejada and Reagan Whiting March 19, 2024

La Universidad de Weber State acogió una representación de "Indigenous Soundscapes in Motion" (“Paisajes Sonoros Indígenas en Movimiento”) el 15 de marzo en el Browning Center. "Indigenous Soundscapes"...

Students studying in Tracy Hall.

Recognizing students who give back

Cooper Hatsis, Reporter February 27, 2024

The Ivory Community Leadership Award is a cash award given out by the Center for Community Engaged Learning. Two Weber State University students could receive this award in April. Provided by Clark...

This is your heart on love

This is your heart on love

Lexie Andrew, Culture Editor February 13, 2024

Hearts are everywhere during the month of February for Valentine’s Day. Little candy hearts, heart boxes of chocolates and teddy bears holding big hearts, all represent the love Valentine’s Day is...

Daniel Zvereff, director of Drago,  an official selection of the U.S. Shorts Program at the 2024 Sundance Film Festival. Courtesy of Sundance Institute | Photo by Daniel Zvereff.

Summing-up Sundance

Megan Swann, Section Editor January 30, 2024

The 2024 Sundance Film Festival Jury announced “Bug Diner” as the winner of the Short Film Jury Award for Animation on Jan. 26. “Bug Diner,” directed by Phoebe Jane Hart, is a stop-motion animation...

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...

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