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Jex Dex: If you’re not first, you’re last

A great NASCAR driver, probably the best of his generation, was once quoted as saying, “If you are not first, then you are last.” All right, Ricky Bobby never actually drove in NASCAR or even existed, but he brings up a good point. Does anyone know if Bobby is an alumnus of Oklahoma State? What […]

Why should you, the average high-school senior, decide to attend school in Utah? Here’s why. Utah schools are the tops! Literally! We here at the Organization of Higher Educators’ Council for Knowledge in Utah (O-HECK-U) are always encouraging enrollment at any one of our fine in-state institutions of higher learning. Our motto? “Higher learning in […]

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With Weber State University’s second football game coming up this weekend, I thought it would be a good time to look back at the opening game of the season against California State University, Fresno. Going into the game last Saturday, I didn’t know what to expect, and I didn’t know much about Fresno, aside from […]

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Weber State University students interested in public relations work will soon have an official outlet for honing their skills. Yeonsoo Kim, a public relations professor at WSU, is now accepting applications for WSU’s chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America. “Journalism students have The Signpost so they can get some professional, hands-on knowledge […]

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Wildcats knock off BYU

After a tough loss last week, the Weber State University hockey team bounced back with a win against Brigham Young University 8-4. The game was held in Peaks Ice Sheet in Provo. With this win, the team feels more confidence to continue this season after two consecutive losses last week. The Cougars took advantage of […]

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The Weber State University tennis team played its first indoor match of the season and fell to Brigham Young University 7-0. David Hintze fell in the first match to Spencer Smith, a junior from BYU. Smith won the match easily, winning the first set 6-1 and the second set 6-0. WSU’s Simon Unger took the […]

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