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Students in the new Master of Social Work program at Weber State University. Oct. 29, 2021.

Stay a Wildcat through graduate programs

Megan Harris, Reporter April 9, 2024

Spring semester is coming to an end, which means many Wildcats will be leaving Weber State University to pursue and achieve their professional dreams, but who says their time at the University has to end...

The wildcat statue that stands outside of the Lindquist Alumni Center. Photo taken in 2022.

Staying a Wildcat: WSU graduate programs

McKinna Baird, Reporter April 11, 2023

Weber State University isn’t just a place to get your undergraduate degree. With over 20 graduate programs, WSU allows for students to continue their education at the university through master’s, doctorate...

Analeah Vaughn (right) the Sustainability Coordinator and Green Department Program Manager at WSU, and Korynn Martinez (left) a student sustainability coordinator at the sustainability office at WSU promote the Clear the Air ‘23 challenge, Jan. 31.

Community air care

Adam Rubin, Reporter February 21, 2023

Weber State University’s commitment to environmental sustainability is well-known among the Wildcat Family. The campus goal of being carbon-neutral by 2040 is supported by the “Clear the Air Challenge,”...

Landaverde at the 2019 Fall Commencement after receiving her associate degree in General Studies. Photo credit: Lissete Landaverde

The Lisseteification of graduation

Lissete Landaverde April 11, 2022

My life and college story is no different than others. I was born and raised in Ogden, being the firstborn in a Mexican and Salvadoran immigrant household. From a young age, I was expected to pursue higher...

This archive photograph from 1949-1950 shows when Weber College’s monument wall was built on the Harrison Boulevard location, preceding the construction of the college on Harrison by two years. (Weber State University Archives) Photo credit: Weber State University Archives

Do you know Weber State?

Joshua Kamp August 27, 2021

1. In what year was Weber State University first founded? a. 1879 b. 1889 c. 1919 d. 1929 2. What is the name of the Weber State mascot? a. Willy Wildcat b. Walter Wallaby c. Wyatt the Walrus d. Waldo...

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...

College of Health Professions shares its love of health care on Valentine’s Day

Francisco Ruiz February 21, 2020

While most Americans associate Valentine’s Day with images of stylized hearts, Cupid, chocolates and romance, the Dumke College of Health Professions decided to go a different route. On Feb. 14,...

Displays for teaching medical students (Robert Lewis / The Signpost)

WSU’s Latinx health care students and faculty strive for exceptionalism

Francisco Ruiz September 18, 2019

The Latinx community within Weber State University’s health care programs represent a variety of life experiences. However, the community shares a common eagerness to demonstrate their effort, grit,...

Students play chess at the Block Party on WSU main campus (Robert Lewis  /The Signpost)

What makes Weber State, Weber State, great, great, great

Marisa Nelson September 11, 2019

So many of Weber’s student population is nontraditional, and each student is unique. Many students used their Instagram stories recently to tell why they chose Weber State during the Block Party...

McKell Coleman Summers, right, pictured with her mother Jennifer Coleman, left. Photo courtesy of Weber State University.

WSU nursing program receives national honor

Joe Traub April 13, 2018

Online ranking site Match College has selected Weber State University's nursing program in the top 35 four–year nursing schools in the nation, according to a press release on WSU’s website. According...

Kami May-Tolentino rushes a training dummy patient into one of the doctors offices found in the Marriott Health Science Buildings newly renovated Simulation Center as part of a demonstration of the training the facility provides to students. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Simulation Center overhaul heralds medical care of the future

Emilee Atkinson November 13, 2016

Weber State University’s Annie Taylor Dee Simulation Center was packed with excited students and staff who had the chance to explore the newly-renovated area on Nov. 10. The open house was held...

Students study abroad through opportunities offered at Weber State Universitys Study Abroad office. (The Signpost Archives)

Wildcats wander the world for Study Abroad

Larissa Jiron November 3, 2016

Did you know that you have the opportunity to travel to various parts of the world with cheap expenses and receive school credit? Experiencing a new culture, is an amazing memory to have and making lifelong...

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