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Bret Alexander named new WSUSA President

Bret Alexander named new WSUSA President

Nic Muranaka March 17, 2019

A few close races later, Weber State University students running for executive and legislative office can breathe a little easier: election results are in. WSU Student Association elections concluded...

WSUSA Candidate platforms

WSUSA Candidate platforms

The Signpost March 14, 2019

All photographs and candidate platforms were provided by WSUSA.Executive BranchBret Alexander—PresidentHello, WILDCATS! My name is Bret Alexander. I’m a first-generation college student who...

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Senate to vote on new grad rep

Hannah Olsen February 2, 2019

Since the loss of Graduate Student Senator David Brog due to time conflicts, the Weber State University Student Senate has been in the process of a confirming a replacement. Cydnee Green seems to be that...

Rocking Weber State basketball alumni jerseys at Weber States first home game of the 2017-18 season with Gabriel Cerritos and Harrison Epstein. (Photo Courtesy: Cydnee Green)

College is more than going to class: Get involved, and do it fast

Cydnee Green April 18, 2018

In just a few days, I graduate from Weber State University with a bachelor of science degree in communication, with an emphasis in multimedia journalism and a minor in technical editing.When I first started...

Managing editor Cydnee Green, left, and photographer Ariana Berkemeier, right, pose for a photo in front of the Reno sign. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Pocatello, Reno and the Signpost’s spring break

Joshua Wineholt March 21, 2018

Eight flights, six days, four cities, two basketball games and one interview: how The Signpost does spring break.While two of us made their way up to Pocatello to interview Chuck Wight, four of us spent...

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Beehive Bowl rematch; Wildcats to take on the “team down south”

Cydnee Green December 3, 2017

The shared Big Sky title winners will battle it out in the "rematch of the century," as the Weber State Wildcats will travel to Cedar City to take on the Southern Utah Thunderbirds for the second round...

The Los Angeles Clippers DeAndre Jordan (6) battles the Utah Jazz Gordon Hayward for a rebound in the first half of Game 1 in the Western Conference quarterfinals at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Saturday, April 15, 2017. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Not so thank you, Utah

Cydnee Green July 10, 2017

Over the last few weeks, the Utah Jazz have made more changes to their roster than most fans are used to seeing in the NBA off-season. While some changes have been heartbreaking, others have been a breath...

Bryant Eteuati is placed into custody of the Davis County Jail while his lawyer Deven Coggins listens to Judge Thomas L. Kay explain the ruling at the 2nd District Courthouse in Farmington on Thursday, Jan. 8, 2009. (NICHOLAS DRANEY/Standard-Examiner)

Student-athletes and crime: Punishment or a slap on the wrist?

Cydnee Green April 19, 2017

  In 2009, Weber State University football wide receiver Bryant Eteuati was pulled over on 26th Street and Harrison for a minor traffic violation. When the officer ran his plates, they found...

After losing a close game to the University of North Carolina in the March Madness tournament this year, Kentucky Wildcat De’Aaron Fox went into the locker room and shared his true feelings about the game that ended their season. (Source: TNS)

Trade your passion for a paycheck: Why money ruins heart

Cydnee Green March 28, 2017

For each March Madness game winner, there is another team that struggles to accept the reality of defeat.On Sunday evening, the No. 2 Kentucky Wildcats lost a very close 75–73 battle to the University...

Junior Amanda Varley gets ready to spike the ball to Westminster on Mar 25. (Abby Van Ess / The Signpost)

WSU volleyball digs in upcoming season

Cydnee Green March 26, 2017

  The Weber State University women's volleyball team hosted Westminster on March 25, at the Swenson Gym for their first scrimmage of the spring season. The Wildcats will use these spring...

Jeremy Senglin, #30, passes Texas A&M-Corpus Christi players in a game ending in a 82-73 loss on March 20. (Source: Weber State Athletics)

Midnight strikes as ‘Cats end season in second round of CIT

Cydnee Green March 21, 2017

  After the Weber State university men's basketball team lost to the University of North Dakota in the Big Sky Championship title game, their hopes for post-season play were fulfilled as they...

Forward Kyndahl Hill slam dunks the ball against Eastern Washington on Mar 10. (Abby Van Ess / The Signpost)

Weber State vanquishes Eastern Washington, will face North Dakota in Championship game

Cydnee Green March 11, 2017

After facing a 12-point deficit in the first half of the game, the Weber State University men's basketball team rallied to claw past Eastern Washington University 80–72 in the Big Sky Conference...

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