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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...

Weber State campus dorms can be found next to the Outdoor Adventure and Welcome Center as well as the Dee Events Center. Photo credit: Summer Muster

The costs of living

Catie Weimer April 18, 2022

Gage Brinkerhoff isn’t at Weber State getting ready for final exams at the end of the semester. Instead, he’s working 40 hours a week to afford his monthly rent.“If I had gone through...

You can do it if you Tri! Photo credit: Makayla Martinez

A very long good-bye

Jennifer Greenlee April 11, 2022

It’s strange to think that I’m actually writing my last “thing” for The Signpost after being here for four years. I started at Weber State and The Signpost the summer before my...

Stephanie Wolfe, the adviser for Weber States Amnesty International, was one of the presenters for the keynote event on Feb. 22.

Finding refuge in Ogden

Rebecca Baggett February 28, 2022

The Weber State Human Rights club, also known as Amnesty International, joined with Catholic Community Services to create a presentation on refugee resettlement in Ogden on Feb. 22 in Lindquist Hall.The...

While testing is going on, event parking is placed on hold for accessibility.

Driving through a COVID testing center

Connor Hopson February 28, 2022

Since the omicron variant of COVID-19 first infiltrated Weber County, positive tests at Weber State University have reached a peak of 40%, according to State Operations Director Viet Le. A drive-thru testing...

The event hall where the period project took place. (Camryn Johnson/ The Signpost) Photo credit: Camryn Johnson

Ending period poverty.

ezra striley-weinman February 14, 2022

The overlooked social problem of period poverty, the lack of access to period products, in Utah was addressed at the event with the Walker Institute of Politics and Public Service in conjunction with The...

Medical supplies set over a table for the Dee Events blood drive. Photo credit: Camryn Johnson

To B or not to B-negative

Rebecca Baggett February 9, 2022

Weber State University held a blood drive in conjunction with the American Red Cross from Feb. 7-9, during what the Red Cross is calling “the worst blood shortage in over a decade.”During the...

Weber State hosts a clothing swap in the Shepherd Union, where Jasmyne Olsen and Kayla Griffin look through a box of books that were donated. Photo credit: Summer Muster

A cause worth thrifting for

ezra striley-weinman February 7, 2022

Weber State University’s sustainability-focused clubs joined together Feb. 1-2 to host a free clothing swap. The clubs received 541 pounds of clothing donations from the Ogden community and WSU students...

Abstract chairs are placed throughout Tracy Halls common room, offering a wide assortment of seating. Photo credit: Summer Muster

Discovering Weber

Summer Muster January 31, 2022

I spent much of my high school career preparing to go to college, but when I gradated in 2020, things did not go as planned. My principal handed me my diploma using claw gripper to maintain social distancing:...

The McKay Education Building is home to the Melba S. Lehner Children’s School, which provides preschool children with care and education. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Learning for all ages

Tim Costello January 26, 2022

Students often pass the McKay Education Building in their daily treks around Weber State's Ogden campus, but what not everyone knows is that another school exists within those walls. The McKay Education...

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...

Amanda Newbold andJustin Hurbert from WSUs Student Wellness assisted students in learning more about the COVID-19 vaccine. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

A plethora of pandemic protocols

Rebecca Baggett January 10, 2022

Weber State is heading into another pandemic semester, and with a new COVID-19 variant, safety protocols are being updated for the coming semester. The new Omicron variant has hit the United States hard,...

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