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The Monarch Building in Downtown Ogden hosts the Vida, Muerte, Justicia art exhibit.  (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost) Photo credit: Nikki Dorber

Ogden on display

Makayla Geddes November 3, 2021

Ogden is full of different opportunities to get involved in the arts. Whether it be music, galleries, performances, street art or zines, there is a place for everyone to enjoy the creativity and ingenuity...

The Fuego volcano outside Antigua, Guatemala, erupts in the early evening of Feb. 27, 2016. Photo credit: Getty Images

Do you know your news? Sept. 21

Joshua Kamp September 20, 2021

1. What historic community building in Ogden reached the milestone of a 100-year anniversary in September?a. A museumb. A libraryc. A synagogued. A Catholic church2. What popular...

Photo credit: Leah LaGrone

Helping students make history: Public history program welcomes new director

Joshua Kamp August 27, 2021

This fall, the history department of Weber State will welcome Leah LaGrone as assistant professor of public history, borderlands and gender. She will be taking over as the director of the public history...

Vibrant colors are seen all around the Ogden Farmers Market year after year. (Bella Torres / The Signpost)

Summer activities to enjoy before fall semester

Caitlyn Nichols July 26, 2021

As July comes to an end, there's only one month before summer ends and the fall semester begins. Like many, it's at this point every summer that I start to panic. While I generally like school, I hate...

A display of local artwork that was placed in the Union Station during the First Friday Art Stroll on July 2. Photo credit: Elle Gord

Mi primer paseo de arte de los viernes

Matias Pedreira July 12, 2021

Traducido por Matias PedreiraEl Paseo de Arte del Primer Viernes de la comunidad de Ogden se lleva a cabo durante todo el año el primer viernes de cada mes. De 6 a 9 pm, el paseo consiste en arte,...

Laurel Thatcher Ulrich discussed the history of womens suffrage in a lecture for the Beyond Suffrage series.

A broader look at women’s right to vote over the centuries

Lissete Landaverde September 21, 2020

Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and history professor at Harvard University, gave her presentation on the first women to vote in the United States on Sept. 3 through Zoom, followed...

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