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Weber State Universitys homecoming football game against Eastern Washington University at Stewart Stadium on Oct. 13, 2018. Photo credit: Benjamin Zack

A fulfilling college experience

Caitlyn Nichols April 11, 2022

It really does feel like you’re going to be in school forever. Like you have plenty of time, all the time in the world … and then suddenly you don’t. You find yourself staring at the...

A past group of peer mentors welcomes students during orientation. Photo credit: Peer Mentoring Programs

A guide through college with peer mentoring

Kierstynn King April 19, 2021

Weber State’s campus provides an abundance of resources for students, but sometimes it's hard to know what questions to ask, which resources are the right fit and where to find certain resources....

Graduation: fears, plans and moving on

Adam Rubin April 5, 2021

Graduating during a pandemic comes with all sorts of challenges many of the graduating class did not see coming as they first embarked on their journey through college. Now that it’s time to graduate,...

The nontraditional approach to college success

The nontraditional approach to college success

Ally Nelson January 15, 2021

Higher education is important to nontraditional students, but with other big priorities in their lives, such as marriage or children, making time for and having the income to finish school can be difficult....

The nontraditional approach to college success

The nontraditional approach to college success

Ally Nelson January 15, 2021

Higher education is important to nontraditional students, but with other big priorities in their lives, such as marriage or children, making time for and having the income to finish school can be difficult....

The Operation Toussaint documentary film follows Tim Ballard in an undercover mission in Haiti to rescue sex trafficking victims. (Courtesy of Operation Underground Railroad)

Operation Underground Railroad working to take down human trafficking

Ally Nelson November 18, 2020

The human trafficking industry makes roughly $32 billion each year, according to Utah Attorney General Sean D. Reyes. The Polaris Project, the organization that handles the U.S. National Human Trafficking...

In the past, Alzheimers Foundation of America has been able to hold their educational conferences in person. (Courtesy of AFA)

Educating America about Alzheimer’s disease

Kierstynn King November 2, 2020

November is Alzheimer’s awareness month, and on Nov. 10, The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America will host a free, virtual, educational conference for Utah residents as part of its national Educating...

Images from Weber State Universitys most recent Neon Dance, something incoming students can look forward to in order to get more involved. (BriElle Harker / The Signpost)

Getting involved on campus

Lissete Landaverde April 6, 2020

During my time in college, I have found the most important thing one can do for themselves is to put themselves out there and explore who they are.The easiest way to do this is to get involved on campus....

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Student involvement transitions into the workplace

Alyson Johnson April 13, 2018

Graduation, a day that every college student looks forward to with anticipation and apprehension, is only the beginning of a long path of opportunities. Life outside of college classes and homework is...

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Getting engaged as a commuter student

Kimberlee Brosius October 27, 2017

When Weber State commuter student James Moore thinks of a true college experience, he thinks of students getting involved with activities, clubs, dances or work on campus. To him, it’s taking the...

Signage of the WSUSA office on the third floor of the Shepherd Union building. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

WSUSA begins campaign to better involve student body

Deborah Wilber August 31, 2017

Student Body President Aulola Moli and other board members of the Weber State University Student Association are proposing a new campaign to announce their leadership roles and how they’re filling...

Student elections to be revamped

April 12, 2015

The WSUSA Senate will be weighing changes to student elections in light of all the election blunders during the executive elections in March. Former Davis campus Sen. Tyler Hall wrote a proposal establishing...

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