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A close up of a cat known as Smoke while the cat lays in the morning sun.

Saving the strays

Alma Bell, Reporter January 19, 2023

There are roughly 32 million feral cats roaming the United States. A feral cat refers to any cat that lives outside and has little to no contact with humans, which leads the cat into a more wild, animalistic...

A look behind the scene of a TikTok video from the team. (Rahman Almohammadi/ The Signpost)

TikTok has WSU on lock

Sky Mundell, Reporter August 1, 2022

Weber State University and its office of admissions are seeking to increase the university’s web presence in hopes of reaching out to prospective students. Specifically, those students who are on the...

The audience listened as Antonius Oki Wiriadjaia presented his art on a projector screen. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

La propiedad del artista

Addison Weeks March 23, 2022

Estudiantes y facultades de Weber State University tuvieron la oportunidad de asistir un discurso del artista Antonius Oki Wiriadjaia el 18 de marzo en el Browning Center. Wiriadjaia, también conocido...

Artist Antonius Oki introduces himself to his audience. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

An artist’s ownership

Coby Crisler March 23, 2022

Weber State University students and faculty had the opportunity to attend a lecture given by the artist Antonius Oki Wiriadjaia on March 18 in the Browning Center. Wiriadjaia, also known by his artist...

Attruce in Ogden, Utah. Photo credit: Alexandrea Bonilla

Calling for Attruce

Alexis Vanorden March 21, 2022

Attruce, a clothing store created in July 2021 by Weber State University student Garrett Glauser, opened on March 4. Attruce is located at 620 24th St. Suite A in Ogden, Utah."Attruce" is derived from...

After rediscovering his love for the sport, senior Koby McEwen ends his collegiate career as a Wildcat. Photo credit: Camryn Johnson

Seniors say goodbye

Cayden Treasure March 16, 2022

As Weber State University's basketball season comes to a close, graduating seniors on both the men’s and women’s teams are saying their goodbyes on social media. The men’s team has four...

The Department of Performing Arts is planning on returning to in-person performances this fall. Photo credit: Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities

Welcome back to the Browning Center

Caitlyn Nichols August 27, 2021

The fall 2021 semester is approaching quickly, and it comes a new set of plans for performances and events put on by the Lindquist College of Arts and Humanities. This semester is especially exciting,...

A new twist on Greek recruitment week

A new twist on Greek recruitment week

Kierstynn King January 27, 2021

The start of the new semester brought new opportunities for students interested in participating in Greek life on campus. During the week of Jan. 25, WSU sororities and fraternities are holding their...

Graduates are asked to move their tassels from right to left as a symbol of the completion of their degree.  (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

The first generation to get higher education

Caitlyn Nichols November 16, 2020

Jesus Rebolledo faced many challenges while getting his degree. He came from a low-income family with five siblings, where the highest education in the family was ninth grade. The 25-year-old medical laboratory...

Dreamscapes interactive installations are not just for people. Photo credit: Sharon Valverde Vargas

The art of the pop-up experience

Sharon Valverde Vargas July 8, 2019

Niche pop-up art experiences have attracted young, social media-driven people around the world recently. Art installations dedicated to ice cream, candy, selfies and death have surfaced, giving people...

Excessive social media use linked to depression

Excessive social media use linked to depression

Kellie Plumhof April 12, 2016

Social media use has become an integral part of daily life for many young adults and new research has now found a possible link between depression and excessive social media use. Brian Primack, director...

Social media needs to police itself

Allen Glines October 20, 2015

Social media websites have become increasingly dependent on users to control offensive content. Their systems rely on reacting to offensive content once it's been reported by users. The problem with...

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