Elections Committee: Early votes won’t count for disqualified candidates

Elections, News, Student Government

After deliberating for two hours on Tuesday afternoon, the Weber State University Student Association Elections Committee ruled that votes cast for four disqualified candidates before Tuesday morning will not count […]

Five Crazy Headlines: A unicorn, crocodiles and the World’s Fastest Stoner

Crazy Headlines

WARNING: Unicorn crossing Instead of chasing a white Bronco, police in California found themselves chasing a white unicorn Wednesday night. Sandra Boos, a photographer in Fresno, California, was conducting a […]

Kiko Stavrev is living his dream with the Wildcats

Above the Scroll, Basketball

Growing up in Bulgaria, basketball made up a large part of Kiko Stavrev’s life. “Every single person in my family is a basketball player,” he said “Both of my parents […]

Five Crazy Headlines: A bra bandit, a lonely burglar and Thomas Jefferson

Crazy Headlines

Students protest statue of despicable human being—Thomas Jefferson With so many major issues facing the world today—like poverty or homelessness—students at the University of Missouri, Columbia are tackling one of […]

Player of the Week 10/21/15

Football, Sports

Emmett Tela Year: Sophomore Position: Linebacker Height: 6-foot-1 Weight: 225 lbs Hometown: Provo, Utah With a game-changing fumble recovery and interception, sophomore linebacker Emmett Tela is this week’s Signpost Student-Athlete […]

Crompton values teammates over personal success

Above the Scroll, Soccer, Sports

An old phrase says, “There is no ‘I’ in team.” On the Weber State University soccer team, midfielder Chansi Crompton is the embodiment of that phrase. As a redshirt junior, […]