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News Quiz 4/2

Gretel Monjar, Section Editor April 2, 2024

QUESTIONS: 1. Who posted “The Church of the Holy Alphabet has yet to claim Dec. 25. Will that be next?” after the annual Transgender Day of Visibility fell on Easter Sunday? A. Gov. Spencer Cox B....

Bathrooms, bills and bad news

Bathrooms, bills and bad news

Megan Swann, Culture Editor February 8, 2024

On Jan. 30, Governor Spencer Cox signed House Bill 257. This means schools and government buildings will now require people to use bathrooms, showers and locker rooms corresponding to their sex assigned...

Baños, propuestas de ley y malas noticias

Baños, propuestas de ley y malas noticias

Nelly Hernandez Tejada and Megan Swann February 8, 2024

El 30 enero, el Gobernador Spencer Cox aprobó el House Bill 257. Esto significa que escuelas y edificios del gobierno van a requerir las personas a usar baños, duchas y vestuarios correspondidos con...

Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers are in the Super Bowl.

News Quiz 01/30

Gretel Monjar, Asst. Section Editor January 30, 2024

1. Which two football teams will play in the Super Bowl this year? A. Chiefs and Lions B. Chiefs and 49ers C. 49ers and Lions D. Ravens and Lions 2. Which reservoir in Utah did a small plane crash...

Terra at eleven up in the mountains.

Forming my identity

Terra Bell, Columnist September 28, 2023

Forming our identity is something we all do; my story just happens to be a bit different. My path to realizing I was transgender was far from straightforward. I started questioning whether I was actually...

A Grounds for Coffee sign seen outside of the Harrison Blvd. shop.

Finding community in Ogden

Terra Bell, Reporter June 6, 2023

In social sciences, there is a term called third space. Coined by sociologist Ray Oldenburg in 1989, third spaces refer to locations someone feels safe at and are often where they go to socialize. The...


Transgender youth are being mistreated across the country

Windsor Moore, Contributor April 18, 2023

Since 2020, state legislatures across the United States have taken aim at transgender youth, passing law after law to limit gender-affirming resources and care necessary to their transition. In 2020,...

Gov. Spencer Cox posing for a photo with a child during a reception held on Jan. 19, 2023.

Los educadores contra el proyecto de ley de cheques

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Traductor February 9, 2023

El 25 de enero, el Senado del Estado de Utah aprobó el controversial proyecto de ley 215, el Voucher Bill, con una votación de 20-8. "Este proyecto de ley establece el programa de becas Utah se adapta...

Gov. Spencer Cox posing for a photo with a child during a reception held on Jan. 19, 2023.

Educators against the Voucher Bill

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter February 9, 2023

With a vote of 20–8, the Utah State Senate passed the controversial House Bill 215, also known as the Voucher Bill, on Jan. 25. “This bill establishes the Utah Fits All Scholarship Program and provides...

Many have found the H.I. 11 bill as discriminatory, including the president of Weber States Gender and Sexuality Alliance, Morgan Phelps. Photo credit: Star Neil

H.B. 11: The battle over inclusion and fairness

Simon Mortensen April 13, 2022

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Title IX, a bill focused on inclusion and equality for female athletes, being passed. Title IX was celebrated in this year's Super Bowl as Billie Jean King performed...

Members of the Weber State University Ballet Folklórico group watch a video of a past performance during a community event celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Weber State on Sept. 30. Photo credit: Weber State University

Un ampio sguardo all’inclusività in WSU

Caitlyn Nichols October 4, 2021

Forse Weber State University non appare un centro di diversità. Secondo il meeting di WSU Institutional Research, nel 2020, 268 studenti – meno del 1% della corpo studentesco – erano studenti...

People gather in Salt Lake City, Utah, for the annual Pride Parade (Sara Parker / The Signpost)

OPINION: Why we still need Pride

Breanna Hart July 12, 2021

Throughout the month of June, I wrote several columns highlighting certain events in the history of the LGBTQ community that have made an impact on where we are today. It’s been 51 years since the...

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