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There’s snow place like Weber

Breanna Hart, Editor-in-chief November 3, 2022

Hey Wildcats! Here are some photos our photography editor, Kennedy Camarena, took of campus during our first snow. Remember to stay safe this winter! Breanna Hart, Editor-in-chief of The Signpost

Daryn Hickok goes head-to-head with two EWU players trying to stop her progress toward the basket. Photo credit: Summer Muster

The NCAA is blind to Title IX

Brayden Evensen April 18, 2022

Title IX, a landmark federal law dealing with equality for women in higher education, was created to provide a level playing field for female athletes. But 50 years after its passage, women's sports at...

Around 70% of WSU freshmen enter college with AP or CE credit. Photo credit: Rebecca Gonzales

Comparing the costs of credits

Rebecca Gonzales April 18, 2022

Around 200 Utah high schools offer Advanced Placement classes, and over 20,000 Utah students take these classes every year, according to the Utah State Board of Education. In these classes, a single end-of-year...

2022 grads will wear tassels on their caps that represent their area of study. Photo credit: istock photo

Estudiantes dicen “Sayonara”

Addison Weeks April 11, 2022

Las ceremonias de graduación han sido tradiciones en la cultura americana por mucho tiempo. Marcan el fin de un capítulo de la vida, y el comienzo de posibilidades interminables en el próximo...

Senior Kori Pentzer takes possession of the ball. Photo credit: Weber State Athletics

Up in the air

Alec Cipollini April 4, 2022

After the Big Sky Conference tournament trips for Weber State University's men’s and women’s basketball didn’t end how they wanted them to, both programs have a future full of uncertainty....

Attruce in Ogden, Utah. Photo credit: Alexandrea Bonilla

Calling for Attruce

Alexis Vanorden March 21, 2022

Attruce, a clothing store created in July 2021 by Weber State University student Garrett Glauser, opened on March 4. Attruce is located at 620 24th St. Suite A in Ogden, Utah."Attruce" is derived from...

The presentation on intersectionality. Photo credit: Catie Weimer

Chew on this: Intersectional identity kicks off Food for Thought talk

Catie Weimer March 13, 2022

Andrea Salcedo, mentor adviser for Access & Diversity, and Olga Antonio, mentor coordinator for Access & Diversity, led the discussion on intersectional identity at the "Honors Program Food for...

Mentor posters are all over WSU campus. Photo credit: Alexandrea Bonilla

A sense of community on campus

Noah Lutman February 9, 2022

The Weber State Office of Student Affairs offers access to peer mentoring for students on campus seeking guidance through different aspects of college life.“My mentor was a gift, especially after...

The Weber State University bookstore has textbooks available to students that vary from new books to used books, like the textbook known as Creative Confidence. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost) Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

Textbook tango

Rebecca Baggett January 24, 2022

Employees of the Wildcat Store found themselves undergoing a full system change in October.“We changed our point of sale systems in late October of last year. The system we’ve been on for several...

Myisha Cherry, a professor from the University of California, gave a lecture to students of Weber State University on Nov. 11, discussing racism and how to collaborate as a society. Photo credit: Nikki Dorber

Rabia contra el racismo

Andres Rodriguez November 17, 2021

La rabia, la forma en que afecta los esfuerzos contra el racismo y cómo se puede usar de manera productiva para promover un propósito se destacó en una conferencia de Myisha Cherry el 11...

With the COVID-19 pandemic, Weber State is offering online classes to help enrollment numbers increase. Photo credit: Alex Guzman

The economy of enrollment

Rebecca Baggett November 10, 2021

Weber State University's enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year was less than expected, which has left the school with the task of making decisions about budget adjustments.Weber State is a public university,...

With the COVID-19 pandemic, Weber State is offering online classes to help enrollment numbers increase. Photo credit: Alex Guzman

La economía de la inscripción

Marianna Lucia Lopez Luritta November 10, 2021

La matrícula de Weber State University para el año escolar 2021-2022 fue menos de lo esperado, lo que ha dejado a la escuela con la tarea de tomar decisiones sobre los ajustes presupuestarios.Weber...

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