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Wildcats huddle in celebration following a score against Utah Valley. (Paige McKinnon/The Signpost)

What goes up must come down

Emily Miller September 13, 2021

The Weber State volleyball team closed out their in-state schedule after facing the Utah Valley Wolverines and the University of Utah Utes on Sept. 8 and 9.The Wildcats kicked the night off in Ogden with...

The Wildcats scrimmaged at Stewart Stadium on Aug. 20 to prepare for the upcoming season. Photo credit: Weber State Athletics

Kicking off the football season with Big Sky Champs

Miles Shaw September 3, 2021

Weber State football is back. Wildcat fans can see the reigning Big Sky Champions return to the gridiron after a fall 2020 with no games played in the autumn months, and the Wildcats claimed another Big...

Peaceful protestors gather June 6, 2020, to stand together for the Black Lives Matter movement. Photo credit: Sarah Earnshaw

Inclusion can only be acquired through true improvement

Raymond Lucas April 21, 2021

In this country, each state has a reputation that may or may not be fair, but Utah is viewed as a seat of racism, and it’s up to the Beehive state to change that. On Feb. 5, Emily Anderson of the...

The vice presidential campaign was held in Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah campus on Oct. 7. Photo credit: University of Utah

The conclusion of the first and only VP debate

Jennifer Greenlee October 7, 2020

In a much more civil affair than the previous presidential debate, the first and only vice presidential debate concluded at the University of Utah on Oct. 7 at 8:30 p.m.With Susan Page, Washington Bureau...

The University of Utah displays signs for the VP Debate on Oct. 7. Photo credit: University of Utah

Expectations face reality at the vice presidential debate

Daryn Steed October 7, 2020

When the University of Utah won the bid for the vice presidential debate in October of 2019, they envisioned grand ideas of ways to bring the community together. There would be watch parties, food...

The University of Utah displays signs for the VP Debate on Oct. 7. Photo credit: University of Utah

A national debate engages students at the campus level

Jennifer Greenlee October 7, 2020

Before the words “coronavirus” or “COVID-19” had even entered the daily vernacular, the University of Utah had been selected to host the vice presidential debate. Since the university...

The University of Utah displays signs for the VP Debate on Oct. 7. Photo credit: University of Utah

Despite COVID tension, the VP debate stays on the horizon

Jennifer Greenlee October 6, 2020

While events in 2020 continue to grow more and more uncertain, the vice presidential debate is shaping up for its arrival on Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. MDT. After President Donald Trump announced he had tested positive...

Signpost sweeps for the three-peat

Signpost sweeps for the three-peat

Tori Waltz April 18, 2019

At this year’s Utah Press Association Better Newspaper Contest, The Signpost brought home 19 awards for original reporting and media works completed in 2018. Among those awards was the achievement...

President Chuck Wight announced his resignation on Jan. 18. Photo credit: Weber State University

Weber State University President Charles Wight announces resignation

Kara Mitchell January 19, 2018

After announcing his plans to step down as the Weber State University President, Charles “Chuck” Wight and his wife Victoria Rasmussen left the auditorium with tears in their eyes on Jan. 18.Wight...

Cortometraje sobre los problemas del agua de Utah

Allen Glines October 17, 2015

Issac Goeckeritz, documentalista local, y Hal crimmel, profesor de inglés de Weber State University, presentarán dos cortometrajes basadas de un libro “Crimmel”, que el titulo recientemente se...

Short films tackle Utah's water issues

Allen Glines October 17, 2015

Isaac Goeckeritz, a local documentary filmmaker, and Hal Crimmel, Weber State University English professor, will be presenting two short films based on a book Crimmel recently edited titled “Desert...

Hockey splits weekend series

Tyler Hall October 14, 2015

The Weber State University Hockey team played the BYU team winning 9-1 and a loss to U of U team 1-2. The puck dropped Friday night against the BYU Cougars, with the Marlon Hills Elementary Choir chanting...

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