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Controversy over Syria continues to build in U.S.

Controversy over Syria continues to build in U.S.

The United States Congress returned to Washington D.C. on Sept. 9 to begin deliberations on President Barack Obama’s proposed strike on Syria. On Aug. 21, an agent loaded atop a small rocket was shot into the densely populated suburbs of Damascus, killing more than 1,400 people, including children, and has been identified as sarin gas […]

We’ve all been there before, running late to class because you woke up five minutes later than usual. It’s the worst way to start your day. These days seem to bring out the most awkward situations and rare happenings that make you even later. Here’s an example of starting a day off poorly. When you […]

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Newspapers exist to disseminate not only news but, quite often, opinion. While editorials are written for most newspapers by hired staff, these organizations are community-centered. Because of this, many offer opportunities for the public to send in their own opinions commonly in the form of letters to the editor. As a news organization, we value […]

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Many bands have suffered from releasing a second album and falling into a “sophomore slump.” With no hesitation here, Balance and Composure overcame this challenge with their second full-length album titled “The Things We Think We’re Missing,” which encompasses that classic Balance and Composure sound with a few twists and turns. With ’90s-style grunge and […]

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Student concerns were brought to attention in the Weber State University student senate meeting Sept. 9, in reference to a controversial letter to the editor published in the Monday issue of The Signpost. The meeting began with President Charles Wight thanking all the senators for their service to the WSU community. “I was noticing on […]

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1. The Signpost welcomes and encourages letters to the editor. This is a public forum, and the opinions expressed DO NOT reflect those of The Signpost or its staff. 2. Letters must include your first and last name. We accept letters from all members of the community that The Signpost serves — mainly Davis and […]

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