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The Wildcats wave-off the Trailblazers, following the win that brought the BYU invitational to its close. Photo credit: Weber State Athletics

‘Cats volleyball collects first win of BYU Invitational

Emily Miller September 8, 2021

After going 3–0 in the Northern Utah Classic, Weber State volleyball hit the road for another in-state tournament. The Wildcats traveled down to Provo and lost two of the three games at the BYU Invitational...

Sen. Mitt Romney addresses questions from viewers and from other panelists. Many of these questions are about the vaccine and Chinese influence in Utah. (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

Sen. Mitt Romney holds town hall on China relations

Adam Rubin March 31, 2021

The U.S. Global Leadership Coalition held a virtual town hall with Sen. Mitt Romney regarding the foreign relations between China and the U.S. on March 30. The town hall dove into how these topics impact...


WSU one of the best for vets

Deborah Wilber November 5, 2019

Weber State University ranks one of the best-of-the-best institutions for student vets in the nation.Marine Corps veteran Robert Brito, who works for Veteran Services at WSU Davis, received the news while...

WSU adds DSU to schedule, losses second coach to PAC-12 school

WSU adds DSU to schedule, losses second coach to PAC-12 school

Brandon May January 21, 2019

It’s been 10 years since the Weber State University football team took on the Dixie State University Trailblazers, but that’s all about to change come Oct. 10, 2020. Dixie State announced last...

Dixie Sun News photo.

The Signpost stands with Dixie Sun News

The Signpost October 18, 2018

At the time of this writing, the First Amendment is under attack in the state of Utah. On Oct. 16, the Dixie Sun News produced an editorial detailing struggles they’ve encountered this year. Dixie...

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Water War 2018 pits Utah schools against each other

Kainoa Nunez October 18, 2018

The Utah Division of Water Resources (DWRe) began their third annual “H2Oath: Water-Wise Pledge” on Oct. 3. The school that wins will receive a $5,000 grant to the department or program that relates...


WSU shares Utah’s growth in higher education enrollment

Briana Whatcott October 26, 2017

An estimated 180,000 students are now enrolled in Utah’s higher education system, a 2.8 percent increase over the previous year, according to figures released by the Utah System of Higher Education...

Sophomore Yarden Danan will be transferring to Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida. (The Signpost Archives)

Roster shakeup leaves ’Cats looking forward

Harrison Epstein April 9, 2017

Looking to rebound from a disappointing year, the Weber State University women’s basketball team is preparing for changes. Following last year's season — the winningest season in WSU history —...

A Weber State player runs with the ball against Utah Valley on Feb. 18. (Abby Van Ess / The Signpost)

Wildcats falter against Utah Valley

Brandon May February 24, 2017

The Weber State University's rugby team played their second home game of the season, losing their second game in a row, this time against Utah Valley University.The match was held on Feb. 18 at their...

Higher expectations for Wildcat rugby

Higher expectations for Wildcat rugby

Evan Brown February 15, 2017

The Weber State University rugby team had their first home game of the season against a worthy opponent: Dixie State University. The game was held on Feb. 11 at the Ogden Sports Complex, located near 20th...

WSU to host STEM camp by girls, for girls

Jasmine Pittman July 11, 2016

At the end of July, Weber State University will play host to a summer camp called Girls Go Digital, which focuses on teaching girls digital skills such as coding and designing. The event will take place...

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