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The Signpost staff celebrates after winning many awards from the UPA and Region Nine SPJ awards.

Crushing college competitors

Breanna Hart, Editor-in-chief June 6, 2022

Every year, The Signpost competes against colleges across Utah for awards in both the Utah Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest and the Society of Professional Journalists Region Nine Mark of...

A reserved parking sign with the disabilities parking logo located at the A1 parking lot. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

A glimpse into challenges for disabled students

Marisa Nelson April 18, 2022

College presents a plethora of challenges that aren't always obvious at first glance: the testing centers, a hill on the way to class or a cramped bathroom. But for students on Weber State campus with...

Signpost staff members celebrate the end of another successful year. (The Signpost)

The Signpost continues its excellence

Jennifer Greenlee June 7, 2021

Over the past several months, The Signpost has continued its tradition of bringing home awards for its excellence. The Signpost and its staff won awards from both the Utah Press Association and Region...

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....

The Browning Center has a large glass awning outside of its main doors. Photo credit: Signpost Archives

Lindquist College hosts a student appreciation day

Kierstynn King April 7, 2021

The Lindquist College of Arts and Humanities will host a student appreciation day on April 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.It will be a drive-thru event located in front of the Kimball Arts and Browning Center...

Sometimes the best plan is having no plan at all. Photo credit: Aubree Eckhardt

My plan is . . . that I have no plan

Kierstynn King April 5, 2021

The amount of times I’ve attempted to write this column is thoroughly embarrassing. I’m not great at goodbyes — I suck at them. That's what this column feels like: a lengthy goodbye that...

A variety of class options are offered by the community education center. Photo credit: Kierstynn King

Conquering the stress of COVID-19

Kierstynn King March 31, 2021

Weber State University is partnering with the Utah Strong program to offer a series of classes geared towards helping people handle COVID-19 stress.The courses began March 30 and will run through April...

Celebrating valiant women

Celebrating valiant women

Kierstynn King March 24, 2021

A moment for someone to reflect, create a conversation, have their day brightened and recognize inspiration is what the education and empowerment assistants at the Women’s Center hope students experience...

Breaking ground with the new Dumke Arts Plaza

Breaking ground with the new Dumke Arts Plaza

Kierstynn King March 3, 2021

Ogden City Arts held a groundbreaking event for the new Dumke Arts Plaza on Facebook live Feb 26. The Dumke Arts Plaza will be located behind the Bigelow Hotel and Apartment building, at the corner...

On Feb 25, 2021, University of Utah professor William Smith gave a presentation to Weber State on the education of Black History and why it is needed in society today. (ISRAEL CAMPA/The Signpost)

Un discusión sobre el racismo científico y la fatiga de la batalla racial

Lissete Landaverde March 1, 2021

Profesor de University of Utah William Smith hizo dos preguntas durante su discurso virtual sobre el Mes de la Historia Negra en feb. 23: ¿Por qué necesitamos el Mes de la Historia Negra?" y "Por qué...

On Feb 25, 2021, University of Utah professor William Smith gave a presentation to Weber State on the education of Black History and why it is needed in society today. (ISRAEL CAMPA/The Signpost)

A discussion of scientific racism and racial battle fatigue

Kierstynn King March 1, 2021

University of Utah professor William Smith posed two questions during his virtual speech on Black History Month on Feb. 23: "Why do we need Black History Month?" and "Why do we need Black history?" The...

Weber State is holding Mindful Meditation sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. virtually. (Aubree Eckhardt // The Signpost)

Opinion – Kicking back and relaxing with some mindful meditation

Kierstynn King February 22, 2021

I’ll be the first to admit I’m not the best when it comes to relaxing — and I mean really relaxing. Living with five other people makes finding moments to relax difficult, which is why I was a...

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