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Hal Crimmel, professor of English, presented his lecture Summer Wildfire Smoke and Wintertime Inversions for Weber State Universitys sustainability series to raise awareness about air quality. Photo credit: Pixaby

Limpiando el aire: serie de la sostenibilidad enfrenta la polución de Utah

Addison Weeks November 22, 2021

La serie de sostenibilidad de Weber State continuo el 16 de noviembre con una presentación titulada “Summer Wildfire Smoke and Wintertime Inversions.” Hal Crimmel, Brady Profesora de inglés...

Tea Party Set, a mixed media sculpture by Ginger Wallace. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

Laughter at the Shaw Art Gallery, probably maybe.

Jeweliette Cordero June 7, 2016

Whimsical, colorful, and hilarious are exactly what artist Ginger Wallace, Ogden native, is all about. From her too many fingered people, to her quirky titled paintings, she helps patrons recognize that...

Weber alum laughs his way to a career

Tyler Hoffman September 29, 2015

Weber State University alumnus Marcus Whisler graduated in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in integrated studies in French, English and communications. He has recently teamed up with friends to form comedic...

"Wit" to teach empathy through cancer patient's journey

November 1, 2014

As students, we come in contact with dozens of people every day. Professors. Fellow students. The guy who makes your coffee. Family. The parking attendant. Friends. Sometimes it’s much easier to be...

Abstract Academic: Riding my laptop into the sunset

April 16, 2013

I’m not so good at goodbyes. Actually, I’m not so good at hellos, how-are-yous and everything else in between. Talking to people, really. All that eye contact is hard to maintain. Which is why I...

Abstract Academic: That's "Cheez," with a Z

March 12, 2013

Hi. My name is Kory, and I am a culinary moron. I’ve always been this way. Something about the way root beer tickles my throat just sends me over the edge. I prefer Sunny D to pulpy, fresh orange juice....

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...

Abstract Academic: In which the turkey defends his right not to be eaten

November 20, 2012

Greetings, friends, ladies and gentle-creatures of the Grand Forest Council. Chairman Raccoon, Vice President Spotted Owl and Secretary Ground Squirrel, I thank you for putting off more popular issues...

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...

The Bungle Years: Reception conniption

November 8, 2012

Looking to score free food whenever I can, I recently accepted an invitation to attend the wedding reception of a close friend. One might wonder, “If he’s a close friend, why did it take free food...

The Bungle Years: Destination Destitution

November 1, 2012

I’ll do just about anything for money. The thing I love most about life, other than my dear sweet wife, is money. Is there really anything in this world better? Just think about it. What causes the most...

The Bungle Years: I used to be a man

October 25, 2012

I used to be a man. I used to be as tough and rugged as anybody. For example, when I was in high school, I had a part-time job as a janitor at a bakery. At the end of each shift, I would heat up the mop...

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