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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,...

Republican Blake Moore has served as a representative for Utahs first district since January 2021.

Before the ballot

Hunter Lindsey, Reporter October 4, 2022

Weber State University will be hosting the Utah District One debate between Republican candidate Blake Moore and Democratic candidate Rick Jones. The debate will be taking place on Oct. 10, at 6:00 p.m....

A set of large plastic teeth laying on a dental chair table with dental tools.

An invaluable campus resource

Sky Mundell, Reporter August 29, 2022

Everyone knows that receiving healthcare and seeing a doctor can oftentimes be stressful, expensive, difficult or all three. Weber State University’s student health center aims to provide students with...

Examination room

Una experiencia invaluable en el Campus

Marianna Lopez-Luritta, Translation editor August 29, 2022

Escrito por Sky Mundell Traducido por Marianna Lopez-Luritta Todo el mundo sabe que recibir atención sanitaria y acudir a un médico puede ser a menudo estresante, caro, difícil o las tres cosas...

The Biden Administrations vaccine mandate was blocked for large employers on Jan. 13. Photo credit: MGN

Do you know your news? Jan. 14

Alexandrea Bonilla January 14, 2022

1. The U.S. Supreme Court blocked the Biden administration from enforcing a vaccine mandate for large businesses but allowed which mandate to stay for healthcare workers?a. Healthcare workers with a private...

Finding a job amid the Great Resignation

Finding a job amid the Great Resignation

Lexie Andrew November 29, 2021

For many workers, COVID-19 changed their way of life when they moved to remote work. Now, with a vaccine available, employers are asking their employees to come back to the office. However, many workers...

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, health officials are urging everyone to get their COVID vaccine. Photo credit: pixabay

Do you know your news? July 27

Marisa Nelson July 26, 2021

1. According to NBC News, what percentage of people in the U.S. population has been vaccinated?a. 70%b. 60%c. 40%d. 35%2. Scientists are predicting that ____________ will become much more likely over the...

The first cohort graduating with the Doctorate of Nursing Practice gathers together on Zoom for presentations. Photo credit: Holly Wright

The first group of Doctor of Nursing Practice program prepares to lead the future

Caitlyn Nichols April 5, 2021

Weber State University’s first doctoral program, the Doctor of Nursing Practice, began in fall 2019. This spring, 12 students make up the first cohort to graduate with this high-level degree. According...

Wide-scale COVID-19 testing for students and employees at Weber State University began on Nov. 10. Photo credit: Weber State University

Get educated on immunology with HAS 3980

Lucas Moore March 24, 2021

In the spring 2021 semester, Weber State University offered the HAS 3980, “Immunology of COVID-19” course. In this class, students learn and interpret the hard facts of pandemics, viruses and...

Democrat Jenny Wilson making her first visit to Weber State (Harrison Epstein/The Signpost)

Democrat Jenny Wilson makes campaign stop at WSU

Harrison Epstein October 3, 2018

“Utah’s changing, and that’s what my candidacy represents,” U.S. Senate candidate Jenny Wilson said on Oct. 3 in a sit-down interview with The Signpost.Wilson is the Democratic...

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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...

Johnson, decano agregado de Dumke College of Health Professions, ha sido seleccionado para servir como el presidente de National Association of Local Boards of Health. (Fuente: Ken Johnson)

WSU professor elected as president of national association

Kellie Plumhof January 12, 2016

Weber State University faculty member Ken Johnson has been selected to serve as president of the National Association of Local Boards of Health. Johnson is currently the associate dean and professor...

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