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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,...

A sign outside of the Student Health Center.

Búsqueda de recursos para la salud sexual

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Traductor September 13, 2022

En una reciente búsqueda de pruebas sexuales, decidí revisar el sitio web de nuestra universidad en un esfuerzo por entender los recursos y servicios de salud sexual que ofrece nuestra clínica del campus....

While testing is going on, event parking is placed on hold for accessibility.

Driving through a COVID testing center

Connor Hopson February 28, 2022

Since the omicron variant of COVID-19 first infiltrated Weber County, positive tests at Weber State University have reached a peak of 40%, according to State Operations Director Viet Le. A drive-thru testing...

Many students experienced more stress during the fall 2021 semester. Photo credit: Weber State University

Opinion: The transition back has been harder than the initial pandemic

Caitlyn Nichols January 10, 2022

I don’t know about you, but last semester kind of sucked. I mean, I got through with some good grades still, but it was hard. We talked about this fairly often here at The Signpost, how none of us...

Students line up at the Student Wellness booth meant to educate the community on the COVID-19 vaccine. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

Masks under the mistletoe: All I want for Christmas is you (to get vaccinated)

Lucas Moore December 6, 2021

The end of finals week on Dec. 17 marks the close of the semester and the beginning of winter break, which will last until Jan. 10. With the pandemic still prevalent, Weber State University is encouraging...

Dr. James Mahoney III, associate professor and clinical neuropsychologist, spoke about neuromodulation as an adjunction treatment for substance use disorder during the Oct. 26 lecture series. (Weber State University) Photo credit: Weber State University

More than a character flaw: The science behind addiction

Rebecca Baggett November 1, 2021

In observing Opioid Awareness Week, Weber State University's Neuroscience department hosted a presentation titled "Neuromodulation as an Adjunctive Treatment for Substance Disorder" on Oct. 26. The lecture...

Scott Moore, an assistant professor in the medical laboratory sciences department has been named to the prestigious 2021 ASCP 40 Under Forty list. Photo credit: Weber State University

WSU professor recognized with prestigious 40 Under Forty Award

Dalton Gallegos August 27, 2021

Recently, Weber State University's Scott Moore, an assistant professor in the medical laboratory sciences department, was awarded the ASCP 40 Under Forty award. This prestigious award is often given to...

Managing work-life balance can be very difficult when going to school. Photo credit: Alli Rickards

Managing the balance between work, school and a social life

Ally Nelson April 19, 2021

For the past 18 years, I have had a basic set schedule. Wake up and get ready for school, attend classes and go home to do more work. Attending Weber State University for the past four years, I have learned...

The Leprechaun Dash race will be held virtually March 1-12, with a virtual awards ceremony on March 13. Photo credit: Pixabay

Gone in a flash with the Leprechaun Dash

Ally Nelson February 24, 2021

In 2020, Weber State Campus Recreation created a series of virtual races for students and their families to participate in. The series continues this year and will include the Leprechaun Dash 5K, Pioneer...

Vaccines for a community in need thanks to WSU and local health leaders

Vaccines for a community in need thanks to WSU and local health leaders

Marisa Nelson January 11, 2021

Vaccinations for the COVID-19 virus have started to filter in to multiple states in the U.S. Utah and Weber County, specifically, held a vaccination site on Jan. 5 at Weber State University's Dee Events...

Weber State is offering COVID-19 testing in Ballroom C of the Shepherd Union Building. (BriElle Harker / The Signpost) Photo credit: BriElle Harker

New course will arm students with COVID knowledge

Joshua Kamp November 11, 2020

The Department of Health Administrative Services at Weber State University is offering a new course next spring: “Immunology of COVID-19.” The course will be an interdisciplinary effort to...

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...

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