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Greetings, friends, ladies and gentle-creatures of the Grand Forest Council. Chairman Raccoon, Vice President Spotted Owl and Secretary Ground Squirrel, I thank you for putting off more popular issues like the new Acorn Storage Initiative today in an effort for me to voice my concerns. I, Thaddeus Thomas Turkey III, come humbly before you today […]

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My favorite Thanksgiving memories from when I was little are sitting around my grandma’s house after dinner and watching football. I loved watching Barry Sanders of the Detroit Lions. He was the most exciting player I’ve ever seen. The way he could avoid tacklers and the way he played the game was amazing. For those […]

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Life is pretty good, you know? And we here at The Signpost are grateful for the simple things. After noticing the recent trend of grateful Facebook status updates and appreciative Twitter feeds, here are a few of our own contributions to the world of gratitude . . . 1. Thick, new pairs of socks. 2. […]

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Wildcat named PR student of the year

The Public Relations Society of America’s Greater Salt Lake Chapter has chosen Amy Fiscus, a Weber State University public relations major, as the 2012 Utah PR Student of the Year. Fiscus won $1,000, a trophy and an internship with the charity People Helping People. For the contest, Fiscus had to create a public relations plan […]

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In order to share food, culture and traditions and help combat holiday homesickness, the International Student Center has teamed up with the Center for Diversity and Unity to put on a Thanksgiving dinner for Weber State University students. The dinn Order viagra online without Prescription er will be held today from 4-7 p.m. in Room […]

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Women’s cross-country places 17th at NCAA Championships

The Weber State University women’s cross-country team recorded its highest-ever place of victory at the NCAA Championships in Louisville, Ky., on Saturday. After accumulating a point total of 428, the Wildcats finished in 17th place overall as a team — the highest in the history of WSU. The Wildcats were once again led by Amber […]

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