The Student News Site of Weber State University

The Signpost

The Signpost

The Signpost

The Signpost

A partially submerged tree in the raging Weber River as seen from the Centennial Trail in Riverdale, Utah.

Utah está en aguas turbulentas

Daniela Imbrett, Traductor April 13, 2023

El estado de Utah ha tenido un año récord de nevadas esta temporada de invierno. Sin embargo, con toda la nieve, muchos funcionarios y residentes de Utah han estado preocupados por la probabilidad de...

Greenery beginning to grow on the grounds of WSU.

A Wildcat forecast

Kennedy Camarena, Photography Editor April 13, 2023

Hold onto your Stewart Stadium seats, Wildcats; Weber State University is expected to experience another round of snow this week, along with rain, wind and some long-awaited sunshine. According to the...

A partially submerged tree in the raging Weber River as seen from the Centennial Trail in Riverdale, Utah

Utah is in high waters

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter April 13, 2023

The state of Utah has had a record-breaking year for snowfall this winter season. With all of the snow, however, many Utah officials and residents have been concerned about the likelihood of flooding as...

Un pronóstico Wildcat

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Traductor April 13, 2023

Agárrense a sus asientos del estadio Stewart, Wildcats; se espera que la Universidad Estatal Weber experimente otra ronda de nieve esta semana, junto con lluvia, viento y un poco de sol tan esperado. Según...

Six inches of snow fell in Brigham City on Feb. 3 while WSU remained open. (Marisa Nelson)

Snow place like Weber State

Jennifer Greenlee February 5, 2020

By Jennifer Greenlee and Tori Waltz Weber State University was open for regular hours on Feb. 3. despite the winter storm warning that had been issued since 10 p.m. on Feb. 2. It was projected that in...

Fans show support for the people of Houston dealing with the effects of Hurricane Harvey during the game between the Texas Rangers and the Houston Astros at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., on Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017. The Astros are using the Tampa Bay Rays home park due to flooding in Houston. (Will Vragovic/Tampa Bay Times/TNS)

When disaster strikes, sports fight back

Harrison Epstein September 8, 2017

  Sports provide an escape. They’re a release for many people when they need distractions the most. However, when natural disasters come into play, the world of sports has to take a backseat. With...

Climate change faster in Utah

January 12, 2012

Although the average temperature in Utah has risen in the last decade, hydrologist Brian McInerney from the National Weather Service said the high elevation of Utah’s resorts is keeping snow on the slopes. Except...

Load More Stories