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Viewpoint: Eat your heart out, Wildcats

Let’s talk about food. A lot of you are probably thinking about eating healthier, getting ready for swimsuits and shorts, hopping back on the wagon the holidays and semester knocked over. . . . Well, worry no more. This is your free pass to eat badly and not care until the semester is over. And […]

Wildcats headed downtown for a fiesta on Thursday. In conjunction with the Multicultural Student Center at Weber State University, Sonora Grill in Ogden hosted Dining for Dollars, a program designed to support WSU students in need. Between the hours of 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sonora Grill donated 100 percent of sales to […]

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The best of the music program are preparing to perform in this year’s Concerto Night on Sunday. Students from all areas of the music department are fine-tuning their solo pieces to perform with the symphony. While the expectations are high, students rise to the challenge of performing difficult repertoire year after year. “I am singing Micaela’s aria […]

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Sam Comroe: “I got 99 problems, but a twitch ain’t one”

On Thursday afternoon, comedian Sam Comroe performed a show about living with Tourette’s syndrome. The show covered various topics including dating,   parties, bullying and even driving in Utah snow. “This is a weird setup for a comedy show,” Comroe said about performing in the Shepherd Union Building’s cafeteria. “You guys are like 35 feet away […]

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This is it, kids. This is the very last Playin’ on Purple column I will ever write for The Signpost. I am graduating this semester and my time here will be over. As per tradition, this is my review not of just the semester, but of my entire time at Weber State University. First off, […]

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Wildcats rope up for annual climbing festival

Rock climbers and outdoor enthusiasts alike will converge in Ogden April 12-14 for the sixth annual Ogden Climbing Festival. The Weber State University Outdoor Program teamed up with The Front, an Ogden climbing club, and Gear:30, an outdoor equipment store, to put together the community event. To kick off the event on Wednesday night, local […]

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