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Playin’ on Purple: We’ve reached the end

This is it, kids. This is the very last Playin’ on Purple column I will ever write for The Signpost. I am graduating this semester and my time here will be over. As per tradition, this is my review not of just the semester, but of my entire time at Weber State University. First off, […]

It’s no secret that I played sports in high school. I know high school was four years ago and doesn’t really matter now, but I started thinking about the reasons I never wanted to play collegiate sports. In high school athletics, going on to the next level is what most athletes dream of. It never […]

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“What do you want to be when you grow up?” The answers we give to that question have differed depending on how old or young we are. When we were little kids, we used to say “a fireman” or “I’m going to be famous.” When we got a little older, it started being about money: […]

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One of my favorite things about being on an organized athletic team was the pregame and halftime speeches given by coaches. I have had many pep talks in my day, some great and some not so great. There are also a slew of pep talks I have completely forgotten about. The ultimate goal of a […]

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There have been some major changes to the Baltimore Ravens’ lineup this month. They have been switching things up, and I’m not exactly sure how I feel about that. It’s weird writing a column about football in the springtime, but since the big changes have been recent and I am a Ravens fan, I needed to […]

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Dear Mother Nature, We have come to the blessed time of year when the desolate winter springs into a new life. The snow is beginning to melt, and the sun not only is shining, but we can feel its warmth beating down upon us. This entire week, I have not even worn my big heavy […]

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