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Weber State rugby player, Dalan Long.

WSU rugby’s season draws to a close

Jacoba Jones, Sports Asst. Editor November 9, 2023

This story has been edited as of Nov. 13, 2023 Rugby is a physical, strategic and versatile game. There is a camaraderie among teammates that is unlike any other sport. Here at Weber State University,...

Weber State Womens Soccer Defense, Shea Christiansen (14), dribbling the ball away from the UNLV Rebels.

Women’s soccer on five-game loss streak

Collyn Cowles, Sports Editor September 5, 2023

After taking a 1–3 loss at the hands of Washington State University, Weber State’s women’s soccer team squared off against the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, on Aug. 31, hosting the match at Weber...

Weber State wins 2022 Big Sky Softball Tournament. Taken in Spring 2022.

Softball champs return to conference play

Collyn Cowles, Sports reporter March 21, 2023

Finishing their preseason, Weber State University’s softball team will return to Wildcat Softball Field for Big Sky Conference play on March 31. “We’ve learned so many new things from pre-season...

The future for last year’s champions

Rayshaun Baker-Lynch, Asst. sports editor January 31, 2023

Weber State University’s women’s softball team dominated last season, going 13–1 in the Big Sky and 38–10 overall. They were named 2022 Big Sky conference champions and won their ninth overall...

Outside view from New York New York Hotel located in Las Vegas.

Opinion: My first Thanksgiving

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Culture editor December 1, 2022

Thanksgiving is a new holiday for me and many international students in their first semester at Weber State University. This is my second year since I moved from Peru to Utah, but this is the first year...

The mens soccer team poses for a photo on the soccer field.

Recuento de torneos

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Traductor November 14, 2022

Jugando un total de 19 partidos con un récord de 11-6-2, el equipo de fútbol masculino de la Universidad de Weber State terminó la temporada con el Torneo de Fútbol Clásico de Gorge en Las Vegas. Al...

25th Street lights the dark from homesickness

25th Street lights the dark from homesickness

Isabella Torres April 3, 2019

In Las Vegas, my hometown, constant noise was the norm. I slept with my windows open, constantly comforted by the sounds of other people driving, moving, living. I get anxious when I’m surrounded...

Three Weber State players force the ball out from a Utah Valley player Feb 18. (Abby Van Ess / The Signpost)

Weber State rugby pushes toward the future

Ian Syme March 23, 2018

The Weber State University men’s rugby team is geared up for another season of scrums, tackles and tries as they move forward in their 2017–18 season. Rugby remains an athletic club at WSU,...

Gulfport police officers shoo away a sightseer before the curfew was lifted on Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017 after Hurricane Nate hit the area. (John Fitzhugh/Biloxi Sun Herald/TNS)

Do you know your news? Oct. 12

Patrick Luo October 11, 2017

1. Hurricane Nate crashed near which river’s mouth?A. TennesseeB. MississippiC. Ohio2. President Donald Trump tweeted a video of his administration’s hurricane relief efforts in ________.A....

Davion Berry (15) looks to pass the ball Photo credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea for The Basketball Tournament

Wildcats reunite in the desert for annual tournament

Harrison Epstein July 17, 2017

In their first round matchup in The Basketball Tournament, the number 11 seed Wasatch Front was taken down by the six seed team, Challenge ALS, by a score of 97–81. The Basketball Tournament is a...

Concert-goers sing and dance to Kaskade at the Kinetic stage at the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas on Friday, June 19, 2015. (Wally Skalij/Los Angles Times/TNS)

Electric Daisy Carnival returns to Las Vegas

Cydnee Green November 29, 2016

  One of the biggest electronic dance music celebrations will return to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway June 16–18, 2017. The Electric Daisy Carnival hosts over 300,000 people over a span...

Dean Kremer, center, Thursday, June 30.
(Michael Grennell / The Signpost)

Raptors pitcher takes a Major step

Brooke Facer July 25, 2016
Dean Kremer, the first Israeli citizen to be drafted by the MLB, trains with the Ogden Raptors to develop his skills before moving up to the Major Leagues.
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