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This is your brain on traveling

Megan Swann and Cooper Hatsis July 9, 2024

Madison Whitver, a mental health professional working in Weber State University’s Counseling and Psychological Services Center, remembers her most relaxing vacation as when she visited Jamaica on her...

When entering the Counseling and Psychological Service Center, the first thing students will see is the staff desk full of plants and mental health pamphlets. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

Lending a hand on campus

Lexie Andrew March 28, 2022

Life and school can get hard, and students struggle with daily stressors, academic stress and other mental health issues. Having someone to talk to can help relieve some of that stress. The Counseling...

Weber State is holding Mindful Meditation sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. virtually. (Aubree Eckhardt // The Signpost)

Opinion – Kicking back and relaxing with some mindful meditation

Kierstynn King February 22, 2021

I’ll be the first to admit I’m not the best when it comes to relaxing — and I mean really relaxing. Living with five other people makes finding moments to relax difficult, which is why I was a...

Students pinned where they were from on the map (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

WSU students unwind and celebrate diversity

Ally Nelson October 3, 2019

Weber State University students and the Ogden community celebrated their various cultures at the Intercultural Welcome Reception on Sept. 24. WSU leaders President Brad Mortensen, Vice President of The...

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Spreading love to stop the hate

Tiana Pack October 26, 2018

Stop the Hate, an event series hosted by the Center for Diversity and Unity, aims to increase public awareness on a variety of issues. These events are created to foster inclusivity and challenge destructive...

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Sculpting the fate of the future

Jennifer Greenlee September 14, 2018

Once a month, the powers-that-be convene to determine the fate of all Weber State University students. Well, they at least discuss the finances, academic changes and policy changes at WSU. These powers-that-be...

The Stress Relief Center lounge has magazines to read or a miniature zen garden to play with while waiting for a massage chair. The Center is located in room 124 in Weber State Universitys Swenson Gym. (Abby Van Ess / The Signpost)

Finals week is on the horizon; WSU helps you stress less

Spencer Stevens November 23, 2016

As classes, exams, finances, relationships and the somewhat foreboding post-college plans send students' lives into tailspins, stress management becomes an invaluable asset in the college survival...

A planner can be crucial to staying organized this semester. (Source:

Getting ahead and staying ahead: What matters most

Kellie Plumhof January 11, 2016

The beginning of spring semester, the year can invoke any number of feelings for students who are abandoning their warm, cozy beds and endless hours of Netflix for a heavy stack of books and packed-to-the-brim...

The Counseling Service Center is located in the Studnet Services Building on west side of the second floor. (Cydnee / The Signpost)

Outreach team at Weber looking for new students

Christopher Murphy December 18, 2015

The Counseling and Psychological Services Center at Weber State works to help students in more ways than one during this time of year. A helping paw from their popular service animals that help to...

Old man winter may bring the blues

Old man winter may bring the blues

Michael Bunderson December 17, 2015

Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a type of depression that affects people each year around the same time. The most common time those affected will feel this is during the fall and winter seasons;...

WSU's ADHD Group meetings help students cope

June 8, 2015

“Looks like my ADHD is kicking in again" has become a punchline when we get distracted or confused.  But for people that deal with Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder, it’s no joke and can...

Borderline personality disorder: Why 'just calm down' doesn't work

October 23, 2014

We all have days when we feel like our emotions don't make sense. We are way up high right before we come crashing down. For someone living with Borderline Personality Disorder these feelings never leave. Borderline...

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