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Google has agreed to pay a large sum of money in order to settle multiple lawsuits claiming illegal location tracking.

News Quiz – 11/15

Aspyn Jones, Copy Editor November 15, 2022

News Quiz 11/15 QUESTIONS: 1. Google recently agreed to pay how much money in order to settle their location-tracking lawsuit? A. $578 million B. $392 million C. $243 million D. $184 million 2....

You can do it if you Tri! Photo credit: Makayla Martinez

A very long good-bye

Jennifer Greenlee April 11, 2022

It’s strange to think that I’m actually writing my last “thing” for The Signpost after being here for four years. I started at Weber State and The Signpost the summer before my...

Police presence is at the protest at Weber State Universitys Union Building on November. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Editorial: A stand against silence

Jennifer Greenlee November 8, 2021

The Signpost has been a silent observer of events over the last week, as is required by journalistic practice and fair reporting. However, the editorial board feels strongly about the issues that have...

Signpost staff members celebrate the end of another successful year. (The Signpost)

The Signpost continues its excellence

Jennifer Greenlee June 7, 2021

Over the past several months, The Signpost has continued its tradition of bringing home awards for its excellence. The Signpost and its staff won awards from both the Utah Press Association and Region...

Students at The Signpost work diligently to publish twice a week. Photo credit: Aubree Eckhardt

Behind the scenes of The Signpost

Breanna Hart April 19, 2021

Those who contributed to this story: Adam Rubin, Caitlyn Nichols, Jennifer Greenlee, Justin Steed, Raymond Lucas and Marisa NelsonThe Signpost has seen many faces come in and out of the office for many...

National Guard looking out at Salt Lake City while protecting Utahs Capitol. (Sarah Earnshaw / The Signpost) Photo credit: Sarah Earnshaw

What it means to have grit

Sarah Earnshaw April 2, 2021

I recently participated in a discussion about the concept of “having grit.” In this discussion, we talked about how some people naturally are “gritty” and some aren’t. Some...

Professor Jose Otero openly conversed about insights of the public opinion on the lecture. (Landin Griffith / The Signpost)

Science and the alternative way of knowing

Landin Griffith March 15, 2021

The Honors Student Advisory Board led a panel discussion on Feb. 18 at Weber State University. Sally Cantwell and Dr. Mathew Nicholaou, along with professors Dan Bedford and Jose Otero, openly conversed...

College Media Madness begins March 15
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Press Release: The Signpost vies for No. 1 in nationwide College Media Madness competition

Jennifer Greenlee March 15, 2021

The Signpost is joining more than 20 student-run newsrooms in a nationwide fundraising competition during the March Madness season. While Basketball is running the court, The Signpost will be vying for...

A LatinX ceremony you don’t want to miss

A LatinX ceremony you don’t want to miss

Sharon Valverde Vargas March 8, 2020

Throughout life, individuals celebrate the achievements that where they have done something important to them. At WSU, one of these celebrations is the LatinX Grad Ceremony, LGC.LGC is a ceremony that...

Sharon and her mother holding hands together. (Sharon Valverde Vargas / The Signpost)

Looking beyond “daddy issues”

Sharon Valverde Vargas February 5, 2020

Most of the time when I bring up a conversation with someone over the topic of “daddy issues,” they seem to follow it with a slight giggle. The words do sound kind of silly when you say them...

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Brown and proud at Latinx grad ceremony

Sharon Valverde Vargas November 28, 2019

Weber State’s Office of Access & Diversity and MEChA organization are hosting their second Latinx graduation ceremony in spring 2020, celebrating the achievements of the WSU Latinx community. The...

Students protest with posters and a flag on the steps inside the Shepherd Union Building. (Kalie Pead/ The Signpost)

Silence speaks louder than words

Sharon Valverde Vargas November 22, 2019

Weber State's MEChA — Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán — members gathered at the Shepherd Union Atrium for a silent demonstration against ICE policies and to bring awareness to...

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