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Bow Tie Creamery logo within the building. (Bella Torres / The Signpost).

Local creamery defends the environment

Daryn Steed April 10, 2019

You’ve heard the numbers: 8 million tons of plastic ends up in the ocean every year. Plastic debris kills an estimated 100,000 marine animals annually. Only nine percent of our annual plastic use...

25th Street lights the dark from homesickness

25th Street lights the dark from homesickness

Isabella Torres April 3, 2019

In Las Vegas, my hometown, constant noise was the norm. I slept with my windows open, constantly comforted by the sounds of other people driving, moving, living. I get anxious when I’m surrounded...

Dancing for a cause

Dancing for a cause

Alyson Johnson March 10, 2019

To raise donations for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, Weber State University, students, members of the community, and other schools will dance for 6 hours as part of the Miracle Network Dance Marathon. Starting...

Take a walk on the cultured side

Take a walk on the cultured side

Alyson Johnson February 9, 2019

Ogden City's fine art community opened its gallery doors to the public for the First Friday Art Stroll, which takes place the first Friday of every month. The First Friday Art Stroll is a community function...

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Warning Wildcats about wildfires

Kainoa Nunez February 9, 2019

Weber State University students and faculty gathered on Feb. 6 in Tracy Hall to learn about the physics and impact of wildfires with guest speaker John Horel. As a professor and chair of the department...

The Cleveland Clinic estimates that 4 to 6 percent of Americans suffer from SAD (seasonal affective disorder). (Dennis Balogh/Akron Beacon Journal/MCT) Photo credit: Tribune News Service

School’s back in session, and so is depression

Danya Gil January 10, 2019

Winter rolls around with its abundance of celebrations, but some people —particularly students — shy away from festivities and increasingly isolate themselves when the temperatures drop and...

Real men shave with an axe and drive cement trucks

Real men shave with an axe and drive cement trucks

Zac Watts November 22, 2018

I was lifting weights at the gym this morning, and a man roughly my age walked in behind me as I was doing dumbbell bicep curls. He walked up to the dumbbell rack, then paused. Out of the corner of my...

Poster for Ruthless The Musical at Weber State University. (Kelly Watkins / The Signpost)

‘Ruthless’ musical hits Weber’s stage

Shania Emmett November 10, 2018

"Ruthless," a musical that follows the journal of a determined eight-year-old girl on her quest to get the lead in her school play, hit the Val A. Browning Center Nov. 9.Andrew Barratt Lewis, the director...

#1 Rylin Roberts lightly taps the ball over the net towards opponents SUU. (Sara Parker / The Signpost)

Wildcats cruise past SUU in three sets

Japheth Pleasant October 24, 2018

The Weber State University volleyball team rebounded from a loss two days earlier as they swept Southern Utah University in three sets at home on Oct. 20. The victory moved the Wildcats record to 7–3,...

Some booths include games or things to hand out to attendees, generally with some connection to their business. (Joshua Wineholt  / The Signpost)

All’s fair in work and more

Cameron Gifford October 6, 2018

Over 75 employers, and hundreds of prospective employees, gathered at the Davis Technical College on Oct. 4 for the Standard Examiner Career Fair. Attendees ranged from aerospace companies like SpaceX...

Ben Taylor spoke to students as Weber State student of the past. (Kelly Watkins / The Signpost)

Don’t believe everything you hear

Jennifer Greenlee September 27, 2018

Ben Taylor’s story began on YouTube after he graduated from Weber State University. He had a common annoyance: after he would list items on KSL, he often received messages from people trying to scam...

United States Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein listens during a United States House of Representatives Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on June 28 in Washington, D.C. (Alex Edelman/CNP/Zuma Press/TNS)

Do you know your news? Sept. 27

Nic Muranaka September 27, 2018

1. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh recently faced sexual abuse allegations from Christine Blasey Ford, and both are set to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee Sept. 27. Kavanaugh supporters...

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