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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...

Making it to college graduation is so surreal for me. I cant wait to graduate with a bachelors in Communication. Photo credit: Marisa Nelson

A leap of faith

Marisa Nelson April 11, 2022

As I sat down to write my graduation column for The Signpost, I couldn’t think of just one thing to say about my college experience. My whole life has been about proving to myself that I am where...

All foods can be classified as either soup, salad, sandwich or ravioli. Photo credit: Grace Haglund

Not-so-Signpost: Food fight

Marisa Nelson March 31, 2022

Since the dawn of The Signpost, an ongoing debate in our newsroom has been that all foods should fit into one of four categories: sandwich, soup, salad and the recent addition of ravioli. You’re...

The final section of the Browning Center bus stop will be finished in the next year. Photo credit: Summer Muster

OGXpectations

Alexandrea Bonilla March 28, 2022

Weber State students can expect construction cones and detours around campus for the foreseeable future. Students can and should continue to expect changes in the shuttle system and what travel to and...

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...

Testing center located in the Student Services Building at Weber State Universitys main campus. Photo credit: Weber State University

Screaming and crying: Just another finals week

Marisa Nelson December 1, 2021

College finals bring late nights, study sessions, stress and so much more for students pushing to the end of the semester. With a long fall semester coming to an end, there are ways that students have...

Students study in the Shepherd Union building at the Ogden campus. Photo credit: Paige Mckinnon

A step toward advanced degrees

Marisa Nelson November 29, 2021

Making it to college graduation is seen as a major accomplishment that is also accompanied by the stress of finding a career, moving up in the world or choosing a graduate degree and attending grad school.Weber...

The Wildcat Express logo on the bus shelter in the Dee Events Center parking lot. Photo credit: Marisa Nelson

OGX spells trouble for campus shuttle

Marisa Nelson November 15, 2021

The Wildcat Express, the campus shuttle that has been in operation for over 40 years, includes faithful employees Brent Hansen, Wildcat Express shuttle driver, and Ross LaRue, assistant fleet manager,...

The error message that students received on Nov. 9 when trying to register for classes. Photo credit: Marisa Nelson

Trouble with registration

Marisa Nelson November 9, 2021

Registration for spring semester began on Nov. 8 for Weber State University students, but many seniors who attempted to register later in the morning hours on Nov. 9 were unable to add classes or get the...

Members of the Weber State University Ballet Folklórico group watch a video of a past performance during a community event celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Weber State on Sept. 30. Photo credit: Weber State University

A broad look at inclusivity at WSU

Marisa Nelson October 4, 2021

Weber State University may not seem to be a pool for diversity, since less than 1% of the student population, or 268 students in 2020, is comprised of international students, according to the WSU Institutional...

Members of the Weber State University Ballet Folklórico group watch a video of a past performance during a community event celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Weber State on Sept. 30. Photo credit: Weber State University

A broad look at inclusivity at WSU

Marisa Nelson October 4, 2021

Weber State University may not seem to be a pool for diversity, since less than 1% of the student population, or 268 students in 2020, is comprised of international students, according to the WSU Institutional...

Members of the Weber State University Ballet Folklórico group prepare for a campus event during Weber State’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration on Sept. 30. Photo credit: Weber State University

WSUの多様性

Joshua Kamp October 4, 2021

WSU Institutional Researchフォーラムによると、ウェバー州立大学は、学生人口の1%未満、つまり2020年には268人の学生が留学生で構成されているため、多様性のプールではないように思われるかもしれません。しかし、人種、民族性、宗教的信念、教育、社会階級における各人の多様な背景を説明するとき、WSUの学生、教職員は豊かな文化を持っています。Institutional...

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