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Viewpoint: Journalists need shield to protect public’s right to know

The power of the press, although mostly invisible, should never be taken for granted. As student journalists at The Signpost, we are dipping our toes into the pool of constitutional rights. We are barely discovering what it means to be able to print the truth. But it would seem like the government, those in particular […]

Someone told me once that too much TV is a bad thing and a waste of time. While I certainly agree that sitting for hours at a time with little movement and lots of junk food isn’t doing your heart or waistline any favors, TV can be valuable and good for your mind, if not […]

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Ogden to host Damian Lillard Day To honor former WSU All-American basketball player and NBA Rookie of the Year, Ogden City and Weber State Athletics has teamed up to put on Damian Lillard Day, scheduled for June 15, 2013. The event will take place at The Junction in downtown Ogden, beginning at 12:30 p.m., with […]

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Student loan interest rates to double July 1

Starting July 1, new federal student loan interest rates are set to double from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent if Congress does not take action. The battle is ongoing regarding government raising interest rates on student loans. Last year, students all over the country cried out on Facebook and Twitter, and by calling their elected […]

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I think, because winter is so long in Utah, we all forgot the terribly awful things about summer. After a long winter and a grueling spring semester, students everywhere were begging for summer. So I now take it upon myself to remind and warn those of you who think summer is just the greatest time […]

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No matter the season, stress has negative effects

Sunburns and homework aren’t the only things to worry about this summer semester. No matter the season, stress has negative effects on the body, and it is important to take time to relax. According to the American Psychological Association, nearly 54 percent of Americans are concerned about their level of stress. Each person responds differently […]

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