The Student News Site of Weber State University

The Signpost

The Signpost

The Signpost

The Signpost

Police presence is at the protest at Weber State Universitys Union Building on November. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Editorial: A stand against silence

Jennifer Greenlee November 8, 2021

The Signpost has been a silent observer of events over the last week, as is required by journalistic practice and fair reporting. However, the editorial board feels strongly about the issues that have...

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...

5 crazy headlines

January 11, 2015

From an unlucky cyclist's bike stolen at a local police station to a lucky New Yorker surviving three suicide attempts, here's this week's five crazy headlines. Maryland paper uses candidate's name...

Why We Care About "Internet Neutrality"

July 18, 2014

The Federal Communications Commission has been working on a set of rules that introduces a two-tiered system of internet connectivity: the fast lane and the slow lane. Internet providers, like Comcast...

Abstract Academic: The best advice is unsolicited

January 22, 2013

My mother raised me well. Well, to be more precise, my mother raised me effectively. For instance, I was always expected to hold the church door open for the old ladies trudging slowly in. If I claimed...

The Bungle Years: I am a wonderful man

November 29, 2012

There are some people out there who abuse the power that they have been given. They think that just because they have an influence over people, they can use it for whatever personal gains they want. As...

The Bungle Years: A culturally relevant column

November 15, 2012

In a last-ditch effort for this column to be somewhat culturally relevant, I decided to hop on the bandwagon and write about "Twilight." Now, I have never read nor seen any of the "Twilight" books or...

Abstract Academic: Writing (parenthetically)

September 15, 2011

Peer critiquing in the college creative writing process is a double-edged sword. On one hand (this is a double-edged metaphor), someone will pick up your whimpering, fledgling little creation that you...

Abstract Academic: A knee-jerk reaction

September 7, 2011

I was on campus today, running a few errands before heading off to work. As I leaned on the counter and watched the secretary make some notes on my forms, a jerk walked into the office. Now, the word...

Abstract Academic: Reduce, reuse, reconsider

August 30, 2011

There's something I really need to admit. Something very embarrassing. I really love bottled water. I know, I know. It's the worst thing to be into these days, like dog-fighting, or working for Rupert...

A capella: a (sort of) history

August 27, 2011

Ogden played host this weekend to the largest outdoor gathering of a capella groups in America at A Capellastock 2011. Many student music fans might be unfamiliar with the musical genre, however, outside...

What kind of vacationer are you?

August 25, 2011

As you are reading this column, I am relaxing in Hawaii. Well, actually, I’m back by now, in school. So, as you’re reading this, I am not actually in Hawaii, but as I’m writing it, I am. But where...

Load More Stories

Comments (0)

Comments written below are solely the opinions of the author and does not reflect The Signpost staff or its affiliates.
All The Signpost Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest