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Election roundup: Four more years, incumbents to return in office

Election roundup: Four more years, incumbents to return in office

President Barack Obama won the election last night after winning Ohio and a majority of the Electoral College votes. When The Signpost went to print deadline, 52.4 percent of the precincts reporting projected incumbent Gary Herbert and Greg Bell (R) to win the Utah governor election. Herbert and Bell had 68.91 percent of the popular […]

The phrases “midterm week” and “finals week” often evoke negative reactions in Weber State University students. This time of the semester is when the classes get thick with homework, quizzes, tests, readings and hours of studying for most Wildcats, which can sometimes be hard to balance for students who also have jobs. “The most stressful […]

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As Randon Kerr examined his medical witness, Matthew Glover, about whether or not Mr. Allen was medically sound enough to go scuba-diving at the time of his death, Jerreed Ivanich stood up from his desk and said, “I object!” Although Rachel Robison-Greene, the coach of Weber State University’s mock trial team, said WSU has been […]

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Professor receives African-Centered Scholars award

At the 30th annual Conference of the Association of Third-World Studies, Weber State University economics professor John Mukum Mbaku was honored with the 2012 Topp’s African-Centered Scholars of the Decade Award. The awards ceremony convened at Berry College in Rome, Ga. Mbaku, along with nine others, received the award that is given once every 10 […]

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The Weber State University Police Department has put in temporary speed limit signs near Wildcat Village. It has also placed signs reducing the speed to 15 mph on 4100 S. from the Stromberg Gym to the Hurst Center. Police Chief Dane LeBlanc said the permanent signs will be taller and bigger than the current temporary […]

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Student majors alone in harp

After pursuing a political science major for two years, Jordana Galvez decided she would rather study something she loves. Now she is the only harp major at Weber State University. “I love political science, because I understand it a lot, but playing the harp is something I can do the rest of my life, and […]

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