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Mekell Moss, the Wildcats goalie, jumps high alongside her team to defend against a Highlander goal. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

‘Cats go 2–0 in conference play

Miles Shaw September 29, 2021

The women's soccer team had a rocky preseason with three straight losses to open the season but kicked off their conference schedule with a 2–0 record. “Wins were important, but not essential,”...

WSUs Big Sky softball schedule (Weber State Athletics)

Big Sky announces the date ‘Cats return to the diamond

Miles Shaw November 18, 2020

WSU’s softball team — the reigning Big Sky champions — will be back on the diamond this spring. The first pitch will be thrown out for the Wildcats on March 26, against Idaho State at...

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The ‘Cats offense is prowling the practice field, on the hunt for improvement

Miles Shaw November 5, 2020

Weber State University's football program has been riding high in recent years under head coach Jay Hills’s leadership. The Wildcats have had a winning record every year since Hill’s second...

The WSU football team has retaken the field for practices in preparation for the coming spring season. (The Signpost Archives) Photo credit: The Signpost

The Wildcat’s defense looks to build on last season’s excellence

Tyler Haslam November 2, 2020

After months of uncertainty due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the Weber State University football team is finally starting to see practice on the field consistently in preparation for the season this spring. Many...

Photo credit: Monika Clarke

An academic recession

Tori Waltz April 13, 2020

Last Friday carried on almost exactly the same as the week before, with one exception. In the midst of my daily quarantine routine — which consists of staring at Twitter, sleeping and eating in various...

Courtney Petska, Wildcat outfielder, connects with the ball. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

WSU set for first pitch this weekend

Raymond Lucas February 7, 2019

After months of training, the Weber State University softball team will be back in action during this weekend as they travel to Tempe, AZ to play in the Kajikawa Classic. Since the 2015 season, the Weber...


Trash talk: Weber State’s future in composting

Kierstynn King November 16, 2017

Composting is a word not often heard around Weber State University. One group of students is trying to change that.Dr. Alice Mulder’s geography class is working on a semester-long project focusing...

Many people attended the 2017 Color Fest, at the Davis Campus on Friday, March 30.

Wildcats burst into spring with Color Festival

Rachel Storm April 4, 2017

Despite rain clouds looming over the grounds, 200 Wildcats gathered outside to throw colorful powder into the air as Weber's Davis campus held its annual Color Festival. Some students considered the event...

Old man winter may bring the blues

Old man winter may bring the blues

Michael Bunderson December 17, 2015

Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a type of depression that affects people each year around the same time. The most common time those affected will feel this is during the fall and winter seasons;...

Color festival rings in spring

March 30, 2015

Clutching their bags of color, a crowd of 340 people counted down from three before staining the sky with plumes of powdered pigment. For the sixth year in a row, students and community members gathered...

5 tips for spring cleaning

March 26, 2015

The season of spring is often accompanied by a desire to sweep away the winter melancholy and start something fresh. Spring cleaning is the perfect way to accomplish this. Here are some tips to get you...

Utahns discuss daylight saving time

July 14, 2014

Clark Planetarium hosted a public meeting on daylight saving time Thursday afternoon. This was part of an ongoing effort by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) to obtain the public's...

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