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Turnaround complete: Wildcats claim Big Sky trophy

Mobile, Signpost Slider, Softball, Sports

Weber State is back on top. Behind a relentless offensive attack and dominating pitching performance by Addie Jensen, the Wildcats softball team overwhelmed the University of Northern Colorado 8–0 to […]

Wildcats continue record-setting campaign

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As the Weber State University softball team began Big Sky Conference play in March, not much had gone right for the squad in 2019. The Wildcats started the season 7–17 […]

Bovee leaving WSU for USU

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After 10 years with Weber State University, Athletic Director Jerry Bovee is taking his talents to his alma mater at Utah State as the assistant Vice President and Deputy AD. […]

How math is changing the game of basketball

Basketball, Mobile, Signpost Slider, Sports

During the first half of the Weber State home men’s basketball game against Sacramento State on Feb. 2, Jerrick Harding stole the ball from an opposing guard and led the […]

A collegial culture clash: Why Weber’s graduation rates continue to dwindle

Arts & Entertainment, Campus Community, Campus Events, Entertainment, Features, News

In 2003, 18-year-old Christina Huerta entered Weber State University a wide-eyed first-generation student looking to pursue a degree in communications. Nearly 16 years later, she is receiving her diploma. Huerta […]

Guarantees mean guaranteed money for WSU athletics

Sports

Each year, Weber State University athletics spends $14,901,150 on all their 16 NCAA teams on campus, with 27 percent of that spending going to the football team. Of the 11 […]

Creating an on-campus community at a commuter school

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Thirteen percent. Students who live in Weber State University housing for four years graduate at a 13 percent higher rate than their counterparts who don’t. While Weber has long been […]

The evolution of medical marijuana

Culture/Diversity, Elections, Health, Police/Crime, Politics, Religion, The Not-So-Signpost, Uncategorized, Utah

If you drew an imaginary line from West Wendover, Nevada, to Dinosaur, Colorado, where cannabis is legal both medicinally and recreationally, what would fill the space between the two towns? […]

Signpost sweeps for the three-peat

Campus Community, Clubs/Organizations, News, Utah

At this year’s Utah Press Association Better Newspaper Contest, The Signpost brought home 19 awards for original reporting and media works completed in 2018. Among those awards was the achievement […]

Do you know your news? April 18

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1. Which famous Western Europe structure caught fire April 15, severely damaging a centuries-old building? a. The British Parliament in London b. The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris c. The […]