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LGBTQ+ flags placed inside of the LGBTQ+ Center at Weber State University.

Centro LGBTQ+ se cierra el primero de julio

Nathanael Stout, Translator June 4, 2024

Aunque cada día en junio marca otro día en el Mes del Orgullo, durante este año también marca otro día que está más cercano el fin del centro LGBTQ+ en el campus de la universidad de Weber State. El...

Yellow note at the exhibit telling members of the LGBTQ+ community to Love who you love.

LGBTQ+ Center to shut down July 1

Megan Swann, Section Editor June 4, 2024

While each day in June marks another day in Pride Month, this year, it also marks another day closer to the end of the LGBTQ+ Center on Weber State University’s campus. The center’s upcoming closure...

A photo of the blue and red lights on top of a police patrol car.

Police Blotter 03/19

Gretel Monjar, Asst. Section Editor March 19, 2024

Seeking dry shelter On Feb. 19, President’s Day, the Weber State University Police Department received a call that a homeless man was in the Browning Center. WSUPD found the man in the building and...

An illustration of Geraldine Jerrie Mock, was the first woman to fly solo around the world.

Empoderamiento en feminidad: una vista de la interseccionalidad de la historia de la mujer

Nelly Hernandez Tejada, Traductor March 12, 2024

Bastantes pueden acordarse de la historia de Amelia Earhart, la primera aviadora que voló sola sobre el océano atlántico. Su historia, que ha inspirado a bastantes personas, ha sido presentada en libros,...

The womens center offers a safe enviorment for women to socialize and study. (AJ Handley/The Signpost)

Empowerment in Womanhood: A Look into Intersectionality in Women’s History

Gracie Woodbury, Reporter March 12, 2024

Many can recall the classic story of Amelia Earhart, the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Her story, which has inspired many, is featured in books, some of the country’s top-grossing...

Bathrooms, bills and bad news

Bathrooms, bills and bad news

Megan Swann, Culture Editor February 8, 2024

On Jan. 30, Governor Spencer Cox signed House Bill 257. This means schools and government buildings will now require people to use bathrooms, showers and locker rooms corresponding to their sex assigned...

The Black Cultural Center provides a shelf filled with books, board games and upcoming events.

Laís Martinez named interim VP of EDI

Parham Kermani, Reporter December 5, 2023

Laís Martinez has been appointed as the interim vice president of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. She is replacing Adrienne Andrews, who resigned from the role in October. The role shift came at an uncertain...

Par Kermani and his husband Kurt Kermani, in the hospital on Thanksgiving Day of 2020.

Navigating university married to a seahorse

Parham Kermani, Columnist November 28, 2023

Born to a first-generation family from Iran as the eldest son, I had high expectations set for me. By the first grade, my parents already had my life planned out for me, as stated in a letter they wrote...

A section of records made by queer artists.

Visiting Lavender Vinyl

Cooper Hatsis, Reporter October 10, 2023

Lavender Vinyl, located on Ogden’s Historic 25th Street, is a record store that many community members have gathered at for several years. Lavender Vinyl was established in 2016 by Blake Lundell and...

A photo of 2023 mayoral candidate, Taylor Knuth.

An inside look at Nadolski and Knuth: Ogden’s mayoral race

Lucas Moore, Reporter October 3, 2023

Editors note: This story has been updated as of Oct. 3, 2023 Editors note: As of Oct. 6, 2023, a photo of The Signpost reporter Lucas Moore shaking hands with mayoral candidate Ben Nadolski was taken...

Terra at eleven up in the mountains.

Forming my identity

Terra Bell, Columnist September 28, 2023

Forming our identity is something we all do; my story just happens to be a bit different. My path to realizing I was transgender was far from straightforward. I started questioning whether I was actually...

Ayo Edebiri, left, and Rachel Sennott in Bottoms.

OPINION: Move “Bottoms” to the top of your watch list

Cooper Hatsis, Columnist September 19, 2023

“Bottoms” is a new R-rated comedy from filmmaker Emma Seligman starring Rachel Sennott and Ayo Edebiri. In 2020, Seligman and Sennott collaborated on Seligman’s directorial debut, “Shiva Baby.”...

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