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Viewpoint: A Weber State school year in review

This has been a remarkable year for news. From Crimea to the Affordable Care Act, Egypt’s dissolving government to Kim Jung Un’s meme popularity, news has arguably never been more popular. Weber State has had its share of excitement this year as well, and The Signpost was there to capture it. Here are Weber’s five […]

Weber State is the home of many reputations. From lackluster to scholarly, cheap to obscure, homebound to inner city, Weber State is constantly construed in several different lights that can’t seem to agree. Regardless of whatever light WSU is set in, most can clearly agree that students have a hard time getting involved. It’s understandable. […]

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Do you have an account on a website? If so, then you probably need to change your password. On which site, you ask? Well, all of them. As modern-day college students, it’s pretty much required that we use some form of the Internet. Even if you’ve refrained from making accounts on time-drains like Facebook and […]

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Spring has sprung upon Utah with all the cheeriness and warmth of an aggressive Easter Bunny. Flowers are in bloom, grass is perking up, and the despotic grip of winter seems to finally be slipping. This holds many implications for the Beehive State, arguably the most vital being a catalyst to start work on one […]

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The end of the semester is rapidly approaching. Students and faculty are bracing for the onslaught of finals, papers,  assignments and anxiety that comes with the close of every semester. Mounting deadlines and anticipation often push students to their limits, leaving them to various strategies for maintaining grades and sanity, which at times seem like […]

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One of the big news articles right now is the Supreme Court’s ruling to strike down limits on how much individual donors can contribute to political campaigns. And many people are really angry about it. The discussion of campaign and political spending is a heated one here in the United States. But it only seems […]

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