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John Giralt Bedford. I love writing in general, so I'm really excited to work for the signpost this semester. Also, I am looking forward to my magazine article writing class. My goal is to become a successful novelist and sail the world on my sailboat (I still need to buy that). I look forward in working with you all and being a part of the team.

Students share what surprised them most about WSU

Weber State University has a tradition of engaging in bizarre activities. By the time they graduate, some students are shocked by facts they have learned about the university, ranging from the Polygamist Prance of 1944 to Weber College moving from downtown 25th Street to Harrison Boulevard in 1954. “I was surprised to find out that […]

Ball welcomes LGBT students, allies from whole state

The second annual Black and White Ball commenced in a rupture of student support for the LGBT community. Wildcats ate food and bobbed along to the music blasted from the DJ on the fourth floor of the Shepherd Union Building. “It’s a LGBT ally-safe dance,” said Kate Martinson, the WSU Gay-Straight Alliance president, who helped […]

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Master of Professional Communication graduates first class

In 2011, Weber State University created the Master of Professional Communication program. The program was designed specifically for professionals who want to advance their career with an advanced communications degree. Even though the MPC program is geared toward professionals, traditional students are also suited for the program if they want to take their communication to […]

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WSU Ballroom Dance Club hosts O-Town Hoedown

Men and women dressed in cowboy boots and hats for Weber State University’s hoedown on Wednesday night. The event started at 8:30 p.m. and opened with a line dance, followed by a 30-minute lesson. Men scrambled to find partners while some women danced with their friends during the shindig. Madison Stratton, the president of the […]

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KWCR hosts local bands at Mojos

In a green-and-red kilt, Trenton McKean of the band Son of Ian rocked out at Mojos Cafe and Gallery on Washington and 22nd Street on Friday night. The event was part of KWCR 88.1 Weber FM’s free concert series for local bands to promote their music. No Sleep and Sons of Ian played lived while […]

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Panel and students discuss gun control

Should students carry guns on campus? This Wednesday, a four-panelist committee discussed these types of questions in the Shepherd Union Building’s ballrooms with Weber State University students. Dane LeBlanc, WSU police chief; Fred Donaldson, principal of DaVinci Academy; Stephanie Hollist, associate general counsel at WSU; and Phil Kirk, captain of the Park City Police Department, […]

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