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Weber State Softball player Mika Chong changes position after a pitch. Photo credit: Summer Muster

Fresh faces on the bench

Rayshaun Baker-Lynch March 28, 2022

Weber State University's softball team has had a historic run; sitting at a 22–7 overall, the Wildcats' longest losing streak lasted only two games. They have beat opponents like Texas A&M University...

The Wildcats scrimmaged at Stewart Stadium on Aug. 20 to prepare for the upcoming season. Photo credit: Weber State Athletics

Kicking off the football season with Big Sky Champs

Miles Shaw September 3, 2021

Weber State football is back. Wildcat fans can see the reigning Big Sky Champions return to the gridiron after a fall 2020 with no games played in the autumn months, and the Wildcats claimed another Big...

The Stewart Library offers many services to students and staff at Weber State University. By Aug. 30 all operations and services will return to a more normal routine in preparation for the fall 2021 semester. Photo credit: Alexander Stuart

Connecting at the Stewart Library

Marisa Nelson August 27, 2021

The Stewart Library on Weber State University’s Ogden campus has many resources for returning students as well as freshmen. Resources range from laptop and book checkout, a testing center, the CAT...

Weber States Outdoor Adventure and Welcome Center are located in the same building on Weber State Universitys campus in Ogden. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Take advantage of campus recreation

Adam Rubin April 19, 2021

Weber State offers many things as a higher education institution, and campus recreation is one department that both incoming freshman and WSU’s current student body can take advantage of to incorporate...

The ‘Cats pounced on the Bengals in a record breaking blowout victory

The ‘Cats pounced on the Bengals in a record breaking blowout victory

Miles Shaw March 1, 2021

After a fifteen-month gridiron hiatus, Weber State pounced into action against the Idaho State Bengals in Pocatello. The Wildcats scored seven touchdowns, four by air and three by land, on the way to a...

Building 5 in University Village against the blue skies. (Kelly Watkins / The Signpost)

Creating an on-campus community at a commuter school

Harrison Epstein April 18, 2019

Thirteen percent. Students who live in Weber State University housing for four years graduate at a 13 percent higher rate than their counterparts who don’t. While Weber has long been known as a commuter...


What to expect from your college workload

Zac Watts March 30, 2018

Coming into college, freshmen can find themselves crumbling under the weight of a workload they weren’t prepared for. Whether it’s more homework than they’re used to or more involved...

Como ahuyentar la morriña

Kellie Plumhof September 1, 2015

La morriña Es una especie de conversación tabú  cuando eres un adulto. Nadie quiere decir que podrían extrañar a la casa, los padres, los amigos o a las mascotas. Pueden sentirse vulnerables o...

How to kick the homesick bug

Kellie Plumhof August 24, 2015

Homesickness. It's sort of a taboo conversation to have when you're an adult. No one wants to admit that they might be missing home, parents, friends or even pets. They may feel vulnerable or even...

Feelings from a freshman

January 27, 2015

“People, there are people everywhere,” was my first thought when I stepped onto campus as a student of Weber State University. I started attending WSU right out of high school. As a determined...

Early college: A high school student's perspective

September 9, 2014

Most people would agree that high school and college are pretty different. But what about high school students in college classes? Mesh the two worlds and you have the early college experience. Starting...

Weber State hosts Late Night at Weber to familiarize freshmen with campus

August 26, 2014

Weber State hosted The Late Night at Weber for all of the incoming freshman Friday, Aug. 22 from 8-11 p.m. This event was geared toward helping incoming freshmen feel welcome and excited to start the...

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