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Semester De-stressers

Megan Swann, Reporter February 23, 2023

Stress is something many college students have in common. From trying to earn good grades, to finding internships and making sure there’s food on the table, there are many stressors for the average student....

An image of the Chi Tester option on students profiles located on the WSU website.

Saying goodbye to Chi

Hunter Lindsey, Reporter August 29, 2022

After more than eight years of administering exams through Chi Tester, Weber State University will be discontinuing its use, and Aug. 26 was the last day exams were taken through the Chi Tester software. Some...

Weber State Universitys Field House building. (Kennedy Camarena/ The Signpost)

Unconventional sports for conventional students

Angelina Fontenot, Reporter August 29, 2022

When thinking of sports at Weber State University, one might only think of the NCAA teams and club teams. However, there is a third group many students aren’t aware of: intramural sports. Where NCAA...

From left to right Spencer Lowe, Stephanie Young and Shane Miller prepare to give people their COVID vaccines in the Shepherd Union Building. (Kennedy Robins / The Signpost)

WSU welcomes students back for fall semester. Will it last?

Marisa Nelson August 27, 2021

Since the beginning of COVID-19 in March 2020, Weber State University has kept students, faculty and staff up to date on what protocols and safety measures they are taking on campus. On July 29, WSU...

WSU has encouraged anyone who is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or has reason to believe they have come into contact with someone who has COVID-19 to self-report through the form on the WSU coronavirus webpage. Photo credit:

Self-reporting helps keep campus safe

Joshua Kamp November 18, 2020

As COVID-19 case numbers continue to smash records and WSU expands testing on-campus, the university is stressing the importance of the self-reporting form available on the WSU website and advising everyone...

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Another canceled graduation. What happens now?

Marisa Nelson November 16, 2020

Graduation day is highly anticipated for students. Years of schooling, hard work and growth all come to fruition as they walk across the stage to accept their diploma.This fall semester, commencement will...

Min Shan Tsai plays a piano solo composed by Beethoven on Live from 136. (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

Listening and learning with Live from 136

Ally Nelson November 11, 2020

Live from 136 is a virtual concert series organized by the music faculty at Weber State University’s Department of Performing Arts as a way to keep students involved at school during the pandemic.Assistant...

Students studying or talking is a rare sight on WSUs campus, with the majority of classes online due to COVID-19. (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

Staying ahead of the curve, WSU’s fall enrollment remains steady

Adam Rubin October 14, 2020

Even during a pandemic, Weber State University students want an education. Student enrollment during fall 2020 at WSU has remained steady during the pandemic. This semester, WSU has a total of 29,596 students....

Slide showing student learning preferences from the virtual faculty & staff town hall Photo credit: Catie Weimer

As COVID cases climb on campus, the university faces new difficulties

Catie Weimer October 7, 2020

Weber State University President Brad Mortensen, during the afternoon of Sept. 28, reported at the faculty and staff virtual town hall meeting that a new record had been set by WSU, but not a record to...

Testing Center in Tracy Hall on WSUs main campus. Photo credit: The Signpost Archives

Proctoring procedures during the pandemic

Adam Rubin September 16, 2020

Academic testing at WSU is available with a new, cutting-edge program for fall semester 2020, and while the testing options are unique to each faculty member’s course material, there has been preparation...

A look into the new normal when going back to class in the midst of a global pandemic. Photo credit: Pexels

Critical information for students returning to campus

Marisa Nelson August 22, 2020

Students going back to school during fall 2020 may be nervous about what the semester will look like because of COVID-19 restrictions. On Aug. 12, Weber State University sent an email to all current students...

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...

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