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Did your bracket hack it?

Chris Nichols March 23, 2018

It's become a yearly tradition for sports fans and non-sports fans alike to fill out an NCAA bracket for March Madness. However, it's more likely that a left-handed person will die from using a right-handed...

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...

President Chuck Wight addressed student questions concerning his time at Weber State University. Photo credit: Chris Nichols

Chuck Wight interviews at ISU

Daniel Ray March 5, 2018

Weber State University President Chuck Wight spent time with students, faculty and alumni at Idaho State University during his campus interview on March 5 and 6.Wight is the third of five finalists to...

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WSU assistant football coach Preston Hadley joins BYU coaching staff

Daniel Ray January 19, 2018

Following a two-year stint as a Weber State University assistant football coach, which culminated in a record-setting season, Preston Hadley is leaving Ogden to be the new safeties coach for Brigham Young...

President Chuck Wight announced his resignation on Jan. 18. Photo credit: Weber State University

Weber State University President Charles Wight announces resignation

Kara Mitchell January 19, 2018

After announcing his plans to step down as the Weber State University President, Charles “Chuck” Wight and his wife Victoria Rasmussen left the auditorium with tears in their eyes on Jan. 18.Wight...

Dukes kicker Ethan Ratke during the game-winning field goal. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Weber State nearly knocks off defending champs, falls short in final second

Daniel Ray December 9, 2017

The playoffs are a time when teams rely on their strengths, their toughness and their ability to rise against adversity. In a game that was supposed to be an easy win for the James Madison University...

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Club sports offer everyone a place on the team

Daniel Ray October 13, 2017

Students who played sports in high school may want to continue playing in college, but NCAA level teams may not be in their best interest. Weber State University club sports has an answer for those students.With...


Let’s talk race

Daniel Ray October 12, 2017

When you think of those qualified to talk about racism and bigotry, you probably don’t picture a white man going to college in a state the U.S. Census Bureau says is 91 percent caucasian.Throw in...

Senior Jadrian Clark hugs his family members during an emotional Senior Day Nov 12. (Abby Van Ess / The Signpost)

Wildcat football still alive for Clark

Daniel Ray June 6, 2017

According to the NCAA, 98.1 percent of all college football players never play a second of professional football after their college careers. Former Weber State University quarterback Jadrian Clark is...

Damian Lillard signs autographs for fans following a WSU game against Northern Colorado in 2012. (The Signpost Archives)

Famous ’Cats: Know your legends

Daniel Ray April 3, 2017

Weber State University has been home to many incredible athletes over the years. Athletes who calls themselves Wildcats bleed purple and breathe white. They strive for greatness and achieve the undeniable...

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady gets a pass off in front of Los Angeles Rams Eugene Sims in the third quarter on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. (Source: Tribune News Service)

Signpost Superbowl Picks

Cydnee Green February 2, 2017

Gabe ‘Hungry Hippo’ Cerritos | Falcons over Patriots, 30–27 It’s tough betting against Brady and Belichick, but I think the Falcons’ offense is too explosive. Belichick will...

Mustangs: where the ice is nice

Daniel Ray January 31, 2017

Alex Forbes’ skates slide across the ice as he deftly ducks the defender and shoots. A collective gasp escapes from the crowd, followed by a deafening roar as the puck flies through the corner of...

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