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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 […]

There’s a certain eeriness that pervades the last weeks of an experience. I believe that life is divided up into chapters, some more noticeable in their boundaries than others. The chapters that are marked, like college, pace on with rhythm that is as hypnotizing as it is consistent. Reading a great book is a bittersweet […]

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Big Al’s Bites: Chunga’s Mexican Food

I am constantly surprised by the benefits of branching out. Stepping outside of the norm is frightening, especially when both money and food are on the table, but it’s necessary if you want to stop eating at the same four restaurants for the rest of your life. This happened for me one provident evening late […]

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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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Utah is iconic in its religiosity. People all over the country know that the Beehive State is among the most spiritual of the country. It houses one of the largest spiritual festivals in the Western hemisphere, bringing tens of thousands of people to celebrate each year. This is not General Conference. This festival is the […]

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Weber State offers several guest speakers throughout the year as part of WSUSA’s lecture series. This week hosts speakers who are survivors of human atrocities across the globe. With speakers from the Holocaust and the Rwanda massacres, these lectures prove to be as enlightening as they are sobering. One of the most pervasive ailments among […]

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