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Keynote Speaker Rev. DeForest B. Saories Jr.

A discussion of religious diversity

Alma Bell, Reporter October 11, 2022

Weber State University’s 24th annual Diversity Conference was held on Oct. 6 and 7. The theme was religious diversity. WSU wanted to encourage people to be open and accepting of others’ religions and...

Making it to college graduation is so surreal for me. I cant wait to graduate with a bachelors in Communication. Photo credit: Marisa Nelson

A leap of faith

Marisa Nelson April 11, 2022

As I sat down to write my graduation column for The Signpost, I couldn’t think of just one thing to say about my college experience. My whole life has been about proving to myself that I am where...

WSUs student diversity numbers broken down. Photo credit: Blythe Evans

Los números y las estrategias: tomando una mirada hacia la diversidad dentro de la Universidad

Andres Rodriguez April 19, 2021

Traducido por Andres RodriguezWeber State University se ha promocionado como una escuela que valora y fomenta la diversidad entre sus estudiantes. Con muchos recursos para estudiantes de todos los ámbitos...

With the election closing in, favorability ratings are starting to solidify Americans’ views on the presidential nominees.

Do you know your news? Oct. 27

Francia Benson October 26, 2020

1. In what country are women violently protesting the Catholic church for the right to have an abortion?a. Spainb. Francec. Mexicod. Poland2. What state is poised to be the linchpin to a presidential election...

Photo credit: Aubree Eckhardt

Faith, doubt and modern-day Mormonism

Francisco Ruiz April 20, 2020

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, colloquially known as the Mormon or LDS church, has always emphasized the importance of faith and prayer in overcoming life’s doubts and problems. During...

A study from JAMA recently showed the biggest killer on Halloween, and its not vampires or zombies. (Dreamstime)

Do you know your news? Nov. 1

Nic Muranaka October 31, 2018

1. Halloween is a holiday about scares, but one real-life statistic may frighten more people this year than the ghouls and ghosts. A report by the journal JAMA just released the highest cause of death...

Senate candidate, and former presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney meets and has his photo taken with students. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Senate hopeful Mitt Romney talks to The Signpost along campaign trail

Cole Eckhardt March 14, 2018

A publicity entourage and security escort moved through charged crowds across Weber State University’s main campus March 13 as Senate hopeful Mitt Romney stopped along his statewide endorsement campaign...


Ogden community celebrates Thai Buddhist temple opening

Briana Whatcott October 1, 2017

The Thai Wat Chaimongkolvararam temple, located on 402 Wall Ave., invited the community to attend it's Oct. 1 open house and participate in various activities from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. to get acquainted with...

Pāhoehoe and Aa flows at Hawaii provide a small-scale model of the kind of massive floods associated with exponentially larger, more violent eruptions that would have led to cataclysmic changes in the environment that wiped out the majority of life on Earth. (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

I think I remember the end of the world

Cole Eckhardt March 2, 2017

I spend an inordinate amount of time thinking about the apocalypse, and I'm starting to think it's genetic. Humans have been imagining creative renditions of the end of the world for thousands of years. Christianity,...

Ashton Corsetti is a WSU student and an atheist. Photo credit: Dalton Flandro

Praying for an accurate depiction of atheism

Ashton Corsetti March 1, 2017

One lesson I remember from my Mormon youth was that atheists simply didn’t want to believe in God because it allows them to commit sin without guilt.Though ironically for fundamentalist religious...

A member of the Westboro Baptist Church makes her point with signs in the free speech area outside the stadium before the start of Super Bowl XLV in 2011. (Source: Tribune News Service)

Walking with Westboro: Guest lecturer talks nuances of divisive theology at WSU

Rachel Storm February 3, 2017

Rebecca Barrett-Fox, Ph.D., Westboro Baptist Church expert and author of "God Hates," spoke on the role of children and ideologies within the Westboro Baptist Church on Jan. 23 at a lecture hosted by Weber...


Unsolicited Advice: Your anger says more about you than the critics

Cole Eckhardt September 23, 2016

Editor's note: The issues are taken from the Weber Confessions Facebook page.Post: People that mock religion are f***ing mouth breathers. Just because science is your god or some s**t doesn't make you...

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