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Waldo the Wildcat posing in front of the OGX bus, while forming a W with his paws.

Next stop: OGX

Sky Mundell, Asst. News Editor August 28, 2023

On Aug. 2, UTA and the OGX projects’ investors and partners gathered at the Salomon Center in Ogden for the transit system’s official ribbon-cutting event. Among those gathered was Weber State University...

Analeah Vaughn (right) the Sustainability Coordinator and Green Department Program Manager at WSU, and Korynn Martinez (left) a student sustainability coordinator at the sustainability office at WSU promote the Clear the Air ‘23 challenge, Jan. 31.

Community air care

Adam Rubin, Reporter February 21, 2023

Weber State University’s commitment to environmental sustainability is well-known among the Wildcat Family. The campus goal of being carbon-neutral by 2040 is supported by the “Clear the Air Challenge,”...

The Signpost reporter Alexandrea Bonilla speaks with Governor Cox in an interview after speaking to Weber State students.

A talk with Gov. Cox

Alexandrea Bonilla, Managing editor September 6, 2022

In his Utah 360 tour, Gov. Spencer Cox visited Weber State University to have a conversation with University President Brad Mortensen, and students, about their worries concerning Utah’s rapid internal...

Map of WSU Ogden campus. (Weber State University) Photo credit: Weber State University

WSU parking can get chaotic — Here’s some advice

Caitlyn Nichols April 19, 2021

This past year of mostly virtual classes has made parking at the Ogden campus of Weber State University so easy. With most students at home, parking lots usually don't even fill up. If we’re honest,...

(Graphic by: Aubree Eckhardt)

Sexual encounters, the shared kind

Deborah Wilber February 23, 2019

It was a playback of the 1985 film “The Breakfast Club.” We weren’t in detention, but we were sharing secrets. A late night in the newsroom had led us to the joint disclosure of sexual...

Utah: Hell to some, paradise to others

February 1, 2015

"I hate Utah," is something I hear often. People complain about the weather, pollution, traffic, sales tax, etc. Residents will always find something to complain about, but the truth is, you will never...

UTA Ed Passes are free to WSU students

September 2, 2014

The UTA Ed Pass is being offered to Weber State students for free this year. The passes, which students can use on any UTA service, were previously $20. The fee was instated about four years ago. After...

Ten crazy headlines

June 9, 2014

From the surprising, to the horrifying, to the downright hilarious, here are 10 headlines from the past week that may raise a few eyebrows. How to drive through all 48 of the contiguous United States...

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