A Weber State great on and off the court

Basketball, Sports

Once NCAA athletes compete for four years on the court or on the field, they have to stop playing, regardless of whether or not they graduate. Before becoming an NBA […]

Waste not, want not: Scientists hunt poop at Weber

Mywebermedia Slider, News, Science & Tech, Signpost Slider

It’s officially springtime in Ogden and that means it’s time for the Weber State University Medical Laboratory Science and Microbiology departments to conduct their annual Fecal Fest competition. According to […]

Men’s tennis trips up in two Big Sky home matches

Sports, Tennis

The Weber State University men’s tennis team got to enjoy some nice weather this weekend in Ogden, and they finally got the chance to play on the school’s outdoor tennis […]

Wildcats win their first match, drop next three

Sports, Tennis

The Weber State University women’s tennis team has been busy over the past two weeks. The Wildcats invited Portland State and Nevada to their home courts in Ogden where the […]

Idle engines are the inversion’s playthings

Science Weekly

Utah is well-known for many things: national parks, great snow and the Jazz, but Utah is especially known for its bad air quality. While there are numerous contributors to the […]

Greatest snow on Earth falls in record quantities

Science & Tech

On Jan. 24, the popular Utah-based weather blog WasatchWeatherWeenies reported that “pound for pound, the snowiest place in Utah” is Ben Lomond Peak. The National Water and Climate Center snow […]

Mustangs: where the ice is nice

Entertainment, Hockey, Sports

Alex Forbes’ skates slide across the ice as he deftly ducks the defender and shoots. A collective gasp escapes from the crowd, followed by a deafening roar as the puck […]