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The front of the International Student and Scholar Center. (Kennedy Camarena/ The Signpost)

Creating a home away from home

Windsor Moore, Reporter August 29, 2022

Being an international student has its own set of challenges. At Weber State University, there are great resources to help our international students. Weber State’s International Student and Scholar...

J.W. Marriott Allied Health Sciences Building on Ogden campus.

Getting some fresh advice

Coby Crisler, Reporter August 29, 2022

Whether students are starting their freshman year or returning for their graduating year, college can be very intimidating. Some students may even find themselves scared and unsure of how to approach all...

The iconic statue known as Louis Frderick Moench stands at the bottom of the hill below Lindquist Hall and the Miller Administration building.

Recibiendo nuevos consejos

Marianna Lopez Luritta and Coby Crisler August 29, 2022

Escrito por Coby Crisler Traducido por Marianna Lopez-Luritta Tanto si los estudiantes empiezan su primer año como si vuelven para graduarse, la universidad puede ser muy intimidante. Algunos estudiantes...

Imagine going to sleep next to your significant other... just to find out theyre a gemini. Photo credit: Makayla Martinez

Not-so-Signpost: Dear Signpost & Horoscopes

Adam Montgomery March 31, 2022

Last week, we asked our online readers to anonymously submit questions and concerns to our new segment, Dear Signpost. These are their questions and our responses."Dear Signpost, it seems like parking...

Map of WSU Ogden campus. (Weber State University) Photo credit: Weber State University

WSU parking can get chaotic — Here’s some advice

Caitlyn Nichols April 19, 2021

This past year of mostly virtual classes has made parking at the Ogden campus of Weber State University so easy. With most students at home, parking lots usually don't even fill up. If we’re honest,...

Rodrigue Kissou dreams of starting a foundation for children who are unable to obtain higher education. Photo credit: Benjamin Zack

An example of overcoming adversity and finding success

Ally Nelson April 5, 2021

Achieving success at Snow College and Weber State University by earning three associate degrees and a bachelor's degree plus multiple awards and internships, current WSU student Rodrigue Kissou is now...

A private, secluded area within Weber State that allows some peace and quiet. Its perfect for getting some work done or just getting away. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Finding balance in college

Sharon Valverde Vargas April 6, 2020

Weber State University wasn't my first choice, but now that I'm a graduating senior, I can say that I have absolutely loved the experience. Freshmen, get ready for a roller coaster ride. As a freshman,...

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So you’re a college graduate, now what?

Ally Nelson April 12, 2019

Most recent grads need resources when it comes to planning out their lives after getting their degrees. Some students will have a prospective job lined up after college that applies to their degree,...

Weber graduates are in this together

Weber graduates are in this together

Daryn Steed December 12, 2018

Four years ago, I sat down for my first class at Weber State. It was intro to literature, and my professor didn’t make us go around the room to share fun facts that aren’t ever fun, so we were...

Sunset views of Friendship Arch over looking down town Kiev. (Colt Rives / The Signpost)

Tips for international travel

Colt Rives October 19, 2017

Invest in experiences. Here are some traveling tips for your next adventure abroad.MinimalismMore is less. By packing comfortable and functional clothing, your stress levels will go way down.Go ahead....

Success: Give it your best shot

Ashton Corsetti April 14, 2017

For me, the oddest thing is realizing where I am and how I got there. Not in physical distance, mind you. At 19 years of age, I sure hope I’m not developing an early case of alzheimer's disease....

Davis campus offers tips on taking tests

September 15, 2014

Tests. Most students regard the inevitable exams and quizzes with a long face, but that could be because they’re not using the best test-taking techniques. Laurie Huntington kicked off a Test-Taking...

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