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Utah’s teenage suicide rate increases

Utah’s teenage suicide rate increases

Kenna Gough, Contributor January 10, 2023

EDITOR’S NOTE: If you or someone you know is experiencing harmful thoughts, please seek help. Help is available at 1-800-273-8255, 801-587-3000 or Utah’s teenage suicide...

The Colorado River’s Upper Basin Water Supply has decreased from 4.5 million acre-feet per year to below 2 million, and the deficit is 35% from where it was when the 20th century began, according to the Utah Rivers Council. Photo credit: Grace Haglund

Utah’s water: Decisions now, consequences later

Alec Cipollini April 18, 2022

The drought in Utah didn't give any favors in 2022, and it will continue to worsen if nothing is done to stop global warming and the handling of how water is distributed in the state, advocates and experts...

Will Fobair collected his 244th point against the UNC Bears. Photo credit: WSU Hockey

Stickin’ it to the competition

Jace Cook November 22, 2021

Wildcat hockey won all four of their games in the Beehive Showcase from Nov. 18 to Nov. 21, and Will Fobair broke the team’s all-time points record with 244 points. Fobair’s record-breaking...

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...

Forward Alex Pizarro drives down the ice to attempt to score a goal during the second period of the game against Colorado.  (Ariana Berkemeier / The Signpost)

Wildcats lassoed by Cowboys

Japheth Pleasant January 31, 2018

At the end of a three-game set at home, the Weber State University hockey team fell 6–2 to the University of Wyoming Cowboys. Both team's fought tooth and nail through the first period, hitting the...

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Braxten Nielsen competes at College National Finals Rodeo

Jake Mcmahon June 22, 2017

Rather than scoring touchdowns and shooting three-pointers, Weber State’s own Braxten Nielsen now spends his days competing as a bareback rider in the college rodeo scene. Nielsen recently tied for...

Forward Dax Hobbs takes the puck away from a fallen Wyoming player on Nov. 3. (Abby Van Ess / The Signpost)

Weber State hockey bucks the Cowboys

Jed Johns November 6, 2016

  Sauntering into the Ice Sheet on a brisk fall evening, the first thing the “regulars” noticed was it was feeling a little cooler than usual in the venue that night. “The first thing...

Julie Story, Julie Hansen, Karla Lovell, Michelle Hendrickson and Matt Hendrickson represented Weber State University as the road in the LoToJa Classic 2016. (Source: Julie Hansen)

Just keep spinning: Cyclists cover 206 miles in a day

Alex Flitton September 20, 2016

The LoToJa (pronounced low-tuh-juh) is the longest single-day bike race in America sanctioned by USA Cycling. The event boasts a 206-mile course with nearly 10,000 vertical feet of climbing. If the cars...

Robots clash at Weber State

February 22, 2015

Robots, coaches and capable young minds filled the Swenson Gym at Weber State University on Saturday  to compete in the FIRST Tech Challenge. The FIRST Tech Challenge is a robotics competition that allows...

Sports in Brief 9/17

September 16, 2014

Two Wildcats nab Player of the Week honors The Big Sky Conference announced last week that Weber State athletes Mike Hardy of the cross country team and Kaceelyn Pouttu of the women’s golf team had...

Sports in Brief 9/8

September 8, 2014

MacKenzie Harrison named Big Sky Conference co-Offensive Player of the Week Junior MacKenzie Harrison was named Big Sky Conference co-Offensive Player of the Week last week, after helping lead the Weber...

WSU soccer loses to Wyoming

September 13, 2011

The Weber State University Women’s Soccer Team dropped another close game to the University of Wyoming Cowgirls, last weekend in Laramie, Wyo. For much of the first half, the teams were evenly matched,...

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