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Women’s basketball rolls past Adams State in exhibition game

The Weber State University women’s basketball team hosted the Grizzlies of Adams State University in an exhibition game on Halloween night, winning handily 75-46 over the Division II school from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Sophomore guard Regina Okoye led the way for the Wildcats with 13 points on 5-6 shooting, six boards and two […]

Youth summit brings new generations to WSU

Weber State University’s Shepherd Union Building was brimming with high school students on Wednesday who came from all over the state of Utah to participate in the Multicultural Youth Leadership Summit. Participants, some of whom had not previously been on a college campus, were given the opportunity to hear speakers such as new Lt. Gov. […]

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WSU students celebrate Halloween

Halloween is one of the few days of the year when it is culturally celebrated and accepted to dress in a costume. Students dressed as everything from the Mario Brothers to the Grim Reaper were on campus today. In The Signpost’s featured photo, students Carissa Bauer and Josiah Rupp are dressed up as the Grim Reaper and […]

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Brooklyn bands do it best. I’ve always felt this way. No offense to anyone from anywhere else, but that borough is just a breeding ground for musicians. Must be something in the water (ewww). The Obits are no exception. The Brooklyn-based four-piece band released their third album, “Bed & Bugs,” this year to mixed reviews. […]

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When it comes to eating out, people have strong yet fickle opinions. On the one hand, we have those who will only eat at places they know. My wife, love her as I do, tends to lean toward this category. While she has branched out a great deal, she represents the majority of the American […]

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We’ve all seen the epic crucible of Edward Snowden, and whether or not he is deemed a watchdog hero or a whistleblowing ninny is not the focus of the debate. What lessons Americans can learn, and how journalists can protect themselves from government, is the bigger picture. Obama’s administration promised in his election in 2008 […]

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