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Opinion: My first Thanksgiving

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Culture editor December 1, 2022

Thanksgiving is a new holiday for me and many international students in their first semester at Weber State University. This is my second year since I moved from Peru to Utah, but this is the first year...

A fall colored selection of bowling balls to fit the falliday season.

A striking night for school spirit

Karli Aki, Photographer November 22, 2022

With Thanksgiving break quickly approaching, the Wildcat Lanes hosted a fun night of bowling, pool and other games on Nov. 16. Students and community members were able to come together for strikes, spares...

Ogden Chief of Police Randy Watt speaks prior to letting in cars of families to pick up food. Photo credit: Caitlyn Nichols

From the field to the table, Utah farmers help feed hungry families

Caitlyn Nichols November 30, 2020

Farmers Feeding Utah partnered with Weber County law enforcement to hand out Thanksgiving meals to families in need for their Cops and Crops event on Nov. 24 at the Weber County Fairgrounds. Cars of hungry...

Lt. Gov. and Gov. Elect Spencer Cox tweeted about giving protestors on his property cookies and hot chocolate. Photo credit: twitter.com

COVID-19 doesn’t take a backseat just because you’re tired of it

Jennifer Greenlee November 30, 2020

Before Thanksgiving, I was working on a column about how we need to stay safe but change the narrative. I wanted to tell people to put COVID-19 further down in news stories and keep it out of the lead....

WSU implements new guidelines

Jennifer Greenlee November 9, 2020

Starting on Nov. 16, Weber State University will have COVID-19 tests for the campus community to be tested on a weekly basis.Gov. Gary Herbert announced on Nov. 8 that all universities would need to have...

WSU students can get a complete thanksgiving meal prepared for them. (Steven Clift / The Signpost)

Easy Thanksgivings with meal deals from Weber Dining

Adam Rubin October 28, 2020

Sodexo with Weber Dining is offering an alternative for Thanksgiving meals, designed to help the community stay connected with family and friends.Weber Dining is offering redesigned Thanksgiving dinners...

US Customs and Border Protection San Diego has closed road and pedestrian bridges in both directions at the San Ysidro port of entry.

Tear gas tyranny

Danya Gil November 28, 2018

Over Thanksgiving weekend, a holiday fronting as a time for family gatherings, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents fired tear gas at migrants, including children. Images of women and children...

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Previews 11/19-11/25

Daryn Steed November 17, 2018

On Nov. 22, we’ll all take a day to celebrate George Washington’s Thanksgiving holiday, which wasn’t at all connected to that infamous Pilgrim feast but rather intended to be a public...

The Weber State Volleyball team celebrates a score against Portland State. (Kelly Watkins / The Signpost)

’Cats deny Vikings entrance to Valhalla

Caleb Hintz November 14, 2018

The Weber State University volleyball team took on a floundering Portland State University program on Nov. 10. The Vikings proved to be no match for the Wildcats, who swept the match in three sets...

Weber State University Students gathered over lunch in the Shepherd Union ballrooms on November 15 to discuss solutions to climate change. (Pexels)

Let’s talk about climate change, but nicely

John Wise November 17, 2017

Around 100 Weber State University Students gathered over lunch in the Shepherd Union ballrooms on November 15 to discuss solutions to climate change. “The problem is wicked but the conversation isn’t,"...

Early bird shoppers rush for the shopping carts at Kohls in Plano, Texas, to take advantage of Black Friday Nov. 2010. (Source Tribune News Service)

Black (and blue) Friday from the eyes of a retail worker

Sarah Earnshaw November 30, 2016

Shopping on Black Friday is like gazing at the Christmas lights on a house. You can appreciate the experience, but you can’t always see the work that goes into it. On Nov. 26 a customer told me...

Students and faculty tie fabric into fleece blankets for children at McKay-Dee hospital on Nov. 23. (Rachel Storm / The Signpost)

‘Cats craft blankets to warm hospitalized children

Rachel Storm November 27, 2016

While most Weber State University students were relaxing and enjoying their Thanksgiving break, Maddi Johnston of the Activities Team was hard at work. Johnston organized this month’s WSU Care’s...

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