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Elizabeth Hall houses the communication and foreign language departments, among other courses. Photo credit: Hannah Moore

The colleges of campus

ezra striley-weinman March 28, 2022

Navigating college can be difficult and confusing, and deciding a major can be intimidating, but there are people who can help students with these big decisions. Several colleges within Weber State University...

Testing center located in the Student Services Building at Weber State Universitys main campus. Photo credit: Weber State University

Screaming and crying: Just another finals week

Marisa Nelson December 1, 2021

College finals bring late nights, study sessions, stress and so much more for students pushing to the end of the semester. With a long fall semester coming to an end, there are ways that students have...

Finding the right fit in college isnt always easy, but sometimes it is tasty. Photo credit: Shutterstock

Bringing home the bacon

Elora Witherspoon November 30, 2020

College life is a lot like bacon.There are so many different brands of bacon, different kinds, different ways to cook it and different prices.Stores have thick-cut, thin-cut, pre-cooked, maple, brown sugar,...

What to expect when you’re expecting fall semester

Francia Benson July 20, 2020

The big questions for fall semester are if campus will remain open and if classes will be held in person.To comply with the six-foot social distance guideline, as well as other precautions to prevent COVID-19...

Classes in the fall will be offered in a variety of formats that may not reflect the current schedule. Students will receive an email about changes by July 17. (Weber).

New delivery, same semester

Francia Benson July 12, 2020

To avoid further spread of COVID-19, Weber State University has changed some classes’ format delivery for fall semester.Many flexible options are available. The course offerings will include a mix...

Social distancing guidelines for high risk communities. (Image credit: Schriever Air Force Base)

Low risk precautions for WSU

Marisa Nelson May 30, 2020

Weber State University has been helping students stay up-to-date on campus changes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recent updates from the university indicate that the campus is moving to the low risk stage.On...

Local venders and patrons participating in Fyrecon 2017 event. (Brooke Lilley / Signpost)

Fyrecon brings creators together

Leah Higginbotham June 24, 2019

From New York Times bestselling authors to famous artists who’ve worked at Disney, Fyrecon 2019 at Weber State Davis Campus brought some big names this year. Fyrecon is a writing and art conference...

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No more late-night registration

Alexa Nielson April 3, 2019

For a Spanish translation, click here.Sick of staying up until midnight to register for classes? Now, you won’t have to. When registering for classes, students would often stay up until midnight...

VIP guests, including donors like John E. Lindquist, right, are given the honor of cutting the ribbon. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Long-awaited Lindquist ribbon cutting opens new semester

Hannah Olsen January 10, 2019

Lindquist Hall, new home of the College of Social and Behavioral Science, was made an official part of Weber State University on January 7, which was also the 130th birthday of the university. To celebrate...

Grand Opening at Weber State University for new Lindquist Hall Building. (Sara Parker / The Signpost)

A new building for a new year

Tori Waltz January 4, 2019

After months of renovation and construction, the newly-renamed Lindquist Hall is finally open for classes at Weber State University. Formerly known as the Social Science building, Lindquist Hall features...

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...

International Student Senator Chukwuebuka Odu presents question on international student regulations. (Kelly Watkins / The Signpost)

Where do you go, I wanna know

Deborah Wilber December 7, 2018

The International Student and Scholar Center continues to defend their actions in placing student accounts on hold. Currently, international students provide financial documentation to show they can afford...

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