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Welcome back to the theater

Cooper Hatsis, Reporter August 28, 2023

Weber State University theater department is bringing original and adapted plays to campus this coming fall and spring semesters. Coming in October is an adaptation of the classic novel “Jane Eyre”...

Each outfit worn by participants from a previous Pow Wow event displays not only their personalities, but their heritage. Photo credit: Signpost Archives

Amplifying indigenous voices

Lexie Andrew November 15, 2021

Native American Heritage Month, which spans the whole of November, brings with it a new focus to the Native American community, along with an acknowledgement of their resilience and continued involvement...

Kim Tallbear talked about the challenges of indigenous definitions of peoplehood. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost)

Illuminating identity

Raymond Lucas November 8, 2021

In recognition of Native American Heritage Month for the month of November, Weber State University is holding its 16th annual Native Symposium until Nov. 19 with the theme "Illuminating Native Voices."...

(Weber State Athletics)

‘Cats out-clawed by the Cougar’s on cross country course

Miles Shaw November 16, 2020

The sports drought is over for the Wildcats. The first athletic event in eight months — The Weber State Invitational— was held at Round Valley Golf Course on Nov. 7, in Morgan. WSU’s...

In the past, Alzheimers Foundation of America has been able to hold their educational conferences in person. (Courtesy of AFA)

Educando a los Estados Unidos sobre la enfermedad de Alzheimer

Andres Rodriguez November 9, 2020

Noviembre es el mes de concientización sobre el Alzheimer y el 10 de noviembre, El Alzheimer's Foundation of America organizará una conferencia educativa virtual gratuita para los residentes...

In the past, Alzheimers Foundation of America has been able to hold their educational conferences in person. (Courtesy of AFA)

Educating America about Alzheimer’s disease

Kierstynn King November 2, 2020

November is Alzheimer’s awareness month, and on Nov. 10, The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America will host a free, virtual, educational conference for Utah residents as part of its national Educating...

Police Blotter 11/13

Police Blotter 11/13

Jennifer Greenlee November 14, 2019

Debate turmoilFollowing the posting of the debate controversy videos on YouTube, Ryan Wash has received many harassing emails. Because of this, there is an automatic kickback on emails sent to him saying...

From 140 to 280: Twitters expansion offers flexibility

From 140 to 280: Twitter’s expansion offers flexibility

Chris Nichols November 22, 2017

Have you ever had to shorten a tweet because you ran out of room? The new character count presents Twitter users with new space for creativity. When Twitter’s maximum character count for tweets was...

The MovieGrille, located on the corner of Grant and 24th in Ogden, plans to re-open its doors. (Cydnee Green / The Signpost)

MovieGrille reborn as Red Carpet Cinema Pub

Cydnee Green September 20, 2016

MovieGrille, located on 2293 Grant Avenue in Ogden, recently closed its doors and announced a plan to reopen under new ownership, according to their Facebook post on Sept. 14. "The decision was made to...

Cheap weekly - Pumpkin Recipes

Cheap weekly – Pumpkin Recipes

Jess Wright December 16, 2015

Even though Halloween is over, the month of November is synonymous with pumpkin-flavored treats. Whether it’s traditional pumpkin pie on the table at Thanksgiving, or leftover pumpkin seeds after...

Novembers Jazz at the Station event was a swinging good time

November’s Jazz at the Station event was a swinging good time

Jess Wright November 18, 2015

The monthly Jazz at the Station event was presented this past Wednesday by Ogden’s Union Station Foundation and the WSU Alumni Jazz takes place every month at the Union Center’s grand lobby. The...

November A&E Brief

October 30, 2015

“The Flick” 260 25th Street, 2nd Floor Nov. 6-22 Thursdays-Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sundays at 4 p.m. “The Flick” written by 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winner, Annie Baker, will be presented at...

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