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Students socializing with each other as they have fun in the foam pit at the Foam Bash.

Good, clean fun: Fresh faces at the Foam Bash

Anna Kuglar, Photo Editor September 7, 2023

Weber State University once again closed out the first week welcoming students with its annual Foam Bash, hosted by the Weber State University Student Association. The classic tradition began fifteen...

Weber State Universitys Ogden campus surrounded by snow.

A snowy start to spring semester

Kennedy Camarena, Photography editor February 21, 2023

Weber State University students have experienced a series of cold weather conditions over the beginning of the spring 2023 semester that does not seem to be going away anytime soon. “I’m sick of the...

WSU student Sara Allen bundled up against the cold on the way to class.

Un comienzo nevado del semestre de primavera

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Traductor February 21, 2023

Los estudiantes de la Universidad Estatal Weber han experimentado una serie de condiciones climáticas frías durante el comienzo del semestre de primavera 2023 que no parece que vaya a desaparecer pronto. "Estoy...

Day of the Dead has been a tradition since the 16th century. (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

Favorite photos 2020: Israel

Israel Campa December 2, 2020

In the past year, I have taken photos with meaning tied to the year's events and all of our lives.The presidential election was this year, and taking the photos of the Women Suffrage Monument this year...

Wasatch Front near South Ogden, Utah. (Steven Clift/The Signpost)

Favorite photos 2020: Steven

Steven Clift December 2, 2020

The reason I chose these photos is because they all stand out to me as distinct periods in my life. To me, these are more than just a couple pictures, but a journal of the various adventures I've been...

Stallions spar for the attention of the mares in the herd.  (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

My wild horse journey

Nikki Dorber October 19, 2020

Excited about my new adventure, I set out in hopes of finding a hidden treasure. The radio playing a familiar song, the dirt roads kicking up dust and my gear sitting on the seat next to me is validation...

Puppy tired after playing with his new ball. (BriElle Harker / The Signpost)

Finding joy

BriElle Harker April 14, 2020

Even in the hardest of times there is always something to bring you joy. For many of us, the COVID-19 pandemic brings uncertainty and anxiety. But we need to remember that joy is still all around us; we...

Boarded windows of an abandoned buidling in downtown Salt Lake City. (Kalie Pead/ The Signpost)

Left behind

Kalie Pead September 20, 2019

I spend a lot of my time walking around Salt Lake City. Recently, I have started noticing things I haven’t seen before. These photos encapsulate those things we leave behind that we don’t realize...

The balcony of the Student Services building makes for good viewing. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

See more than books and classes

Joshua Wineholt September 8, 2018

Park. Walk. Class. Food. Class. Leave.It’s easy to see college as an activity instead of a place. With as much time as is spent in classrooms, eyes focused on papers, it’s easy to miss the...

Improving your phone-tography, part two

Joshua Wineholt February 8, 2018

Ready to learn more about maximizing your skill with a smartphone camera?Part one focused more on photography techniques, but now let’s turn our attention to our camera apps and the settings therein.MeteringMetering...

Sarah Selwood, left, and Ashley Wilson from Australia take a selfie at Tunnel View in Yosemite National Park, Calif., on December 30, 2015. (Laura A. Oda/Bay Area News Group/TNS) Photo credit: MCT

Science Weekly: Say cheese

Kellie Plumhof June 13, 2016

The addition of a camera to the cell phone was a game-changer for the way we experience life, especially important events. Most people today have the option to pull out their cell phones and snap pictures...

Must-see haunted hot-spots this Halloween

Cydnee Green October 29, 2015

As Halloween approaches, many wanna-be ghost hunters come out to do investigations. Whether you are a believer in the paranormal or not, there are plenty of haunted locations within twenty miles of Weber...

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