Cheap Weekly: Grown-up Easter egg hunt ideas

Cheap Weekly, Holidays/Breaks

Fuzzy bunnies, mountains of brightly colored eggs and enough chocolate to give Willey Wonka diabetes, all of these are the trademarks of American Easter celebrations. While many Easter celebrations are […]

'The Hungry Games' to entertain students, benefit community

Above the Scroll, The Not-So-Signpost

While the competition for Weber State University Student Association executive offices was fierce, the activities committee’s first event will be even fiercer. Kamilna Kroner, a little-known write-in candidate, was announced as […]

Award-winning student composer to perform

Music, Performances

How many undergraduate music students can claim they’ve been winning national composition competitions since their early teens? Derek Myler, a senior in Weber State University’s vocal program, is doing just […]

Professor to perform swan song after 30 years

Above the Scroll, Music, Performances

While the Val A. Browning Center holds so many beginnings for students, on March 24 it will fill with finality as professor Thomas Root performs in his last concert as […]

Cheap Weekly: Stewart Library offers video game lab

Above the Scroll, Cheap Weekly, Video Games

In our digital society, there are few people who haven’t played video games or at least used a gaming console. While they’re great for parties, avoiding homework and streaming Netflix […]

Rocky Mountain Choreography Competition kicks off

Arts & Entertainment, Dance, Performances

As Danny Kaye’s character in “White Christmas” said, chaps who did taps aren’t tapping anymore; they’re doing choreography. In fact, several chaps and chicks from Weber State University are participating […]