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WSU women’s basketball team gets big win

The Weber State University women’s basketball team won its only preseason game of the year in a blowout victory over the weekend. The Wildcats hosted the Concordia University Cavaliers on Saturday night. WSU built a big lead and came away with a 78-48 win. WSU was led by sophomore guard Carlee Lough, who finished with […]

For the fifth year in a row, Utah is the lowest state in the nation in average student loan debt for students at graduation. Last year, Utah’s average student loan debt at graduation was $17,227. This is far below the nation’s average of $26,600, according to the Institute for College Access and Success, an independent, […]

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Another wonderful season-opening week of professional basketball has passed, and the thrills and stories are already coming. As a Utahn, basketball is the easiest sport with which to be involved. With only two professional sports teams in the state, it is simple to place your devotion upon the Jazz. The games are frequent and the […]

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WSU holds college readiness conference

Weber State University hosted the second annual Expect the Great conference on Saturday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. The conference is a college and career readiness fair aimed at African-American communities throughout Utah. “It was an initiative that was started in response to a need to reach out to African-American students to get them […]

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Election time is here. This is it. We can’t avoid it any longer. And that’s why we at The Signpost want to hit on two issues today: (1) Don’t forget to study up on local issues and candidates before you vote, and (2) please, for all that is holy, remember to represent our college-aged demographic […]

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As the death toll from the multi-state fungal meningitis outbreak rises to 28, the investigation into what happened at the New England Compounding Center in Framingham, Mass., continues. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is teaming up with the Center for Disease Control and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to investigate the potential causes […]

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