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Around 70% of WSU freshmen enter college with AP or CE credit. Photo credit: Rebecca Gonzales

Comparing the costs of credits

Rebecca Gonzales April 18, 2022

Around 200 Utah high schools offer Advanced Placement classes, and over 20,000 Utah students take these classes every year, according to the Utah State Board of Education. In these classes, a single end-of-year...

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...

Weber State Universitys Stewart Library is located right above the Shepherd Union, making it easily accessible to all students. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Crack down on homework while enjoying the view

Lucas Moore April 19, 2021

There are many places across the Weber State University campus that are perfect for studying. Incoming and even current students may not know of these areas due to the pandemic restrictions. The Stewart...

Procrastinator? Read this now, not later

Procrastinator? Read this now, not later

Kellie Plumhof August 29, 2016

As a wise wizard once said, "Time is making fools of us again."Dumbledore, with some help from J.K. Rowling of course, was spot on with his observation of time and how easily it can escape us when we are...

Grroweat Whole Grain & Oat bread with CoroWise is designed to help lower bad cholesterol. (Ross Hailey/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT)

Four foods to help you power through finals

Kellie Plumhof December 18, 2015

Let's face the facts: finals are tough. Whether a final is comprehensive, chapter-based or a project, it's going to be stressful. One thing that will help reduce stress is preparation, which means...

Take breaks to avoid burning out

Take breaks to avoid burning out

Allen Glines December 18, 2015

There comes a time when students need a break from the pressures that come with their studies. This mostly affects students who decide to attend classes during the summer. It’s also the primary reason...

Library provides tech options to students without

Allen Glines October 27, 2015

It almost goes without saying that any class in college will require some form of technology, whether it's a computer or tablet. These devices can be expensive; however, the Stewart Library at Weber...

6 tips to stay motivated this semester

September 7, 2014

Congratulations Wildcats, you've made it to the third week of the semester! Your pile of homework is growing and you’re already staying up so late you need a second dinner. At this point, staying motivated...

Epic Rap Battles of History: Science Episodes

June 30, 2014

Let’s face it – we all have those days when homework just doesn’t happen. Math and history? Yawn. We’d much rather spend our time watching random internet videos – check out a few from

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