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The wall is decorated with memes put up by staff to help patients who may be feeling nervous.

Rising concerns, low coverage

Sky Mundell, Reporter November 10, 2022

Toward the end of August, The Signpost became aware of efforts being made by the Student Health Center that would change how Weber State University provides healthcare to its students in the near future. Previously,...

Vintage medical equipment on display gives students a look back on the history of medical equipment.

The undecided direction of the Student Health Center

Sky Mundell, Reporter October 11, 2022

At the Student Senate meeting on Sept. 26, interim vice president and Dean of Students Jeff Hurst and executive director of counseling, health and wellness Dianna Abel confirmed to Weber State University’s...

Executive director of student well being, Dianna Abel, speaking to a concerned student senate.

Foggy future of the Student Health Center

Sky Mundell, Reporter September 29, 2022

A significant portion of the student senate meeting on Sept. 26 was spent discussing the potential closure of the Student Health Center and a shift in how WSU provides healthcare to its students. The...

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Former WNBA super star striving for student mental health

Tori Waltz September 21, 2018

After speaking at the WSU 5th Annual Allen Holmes Diversity Symposium Sept. 18, former WNBA player, three-time NCAA champion, Chamique Holdsclaw revealed a darker side to her story of success. On the surface,...


Health center: What students should know

Kierstynn King November 11, 2017

The Student Health Center is urging students to get their flu shot because misconceptions about the flu could lead students to not getting their shot, which may cause all sorts of problems. The health...

WSU Student Researches Mindfulness

WSU Student Researches Mindfulness

Kellie Plumhof November 19, 2015

Life can be stressful, especially during college. One Weber State University student is devoting his time to researching on mindfulness and how it can help reduce stress. Tyson Bryant first attended...

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