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Weber State students dancing at Light the Night on Friday.

Starting the semester bright

January 19, 2023

To celebrate students surviving their first week of spring semester, the Weber State University Student Association held a dance party called Light the Night on Jan. 13. Light the Night took place in...

Año nuevo, ¿Tú nuevo?

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Translator January 19, 2023

Según Insideout Mastery, sólo el 9% de la gente mantiene sus propósitos de Año Nuevo durante todo el año. Sin embargo, algunos estudiantes de la Weber State University están decididos a cumplir sus...

Wide-scale COVID-19 testing for students and employees at Weber State University began on Nov. 10. Photo credit: Weber State University

Get educated on immunology with HAS 3980

Lucas Moore March 24, 2021

In the spring 2021 semester, Weber State University offered the HAS 3980, “Immunology of COVID-19” course. In this class, students learn and interpret the hard facts of pandemics, viruses and...

A new twist on Greek recruitment week

A new twist on Greek recruitment week

Kierstynn King January 27, 2021

The start of the new semester brought new opportunities for students interested in participating in Greek life on campus. During the week of Jan. 25, WSU sororities and fraternities are holding their...

What will another COVID semester look like at WSU?

What will another COVID semester look like at WSU?

Marisa Nelson January 11, 2021

With a fresh year and a fresh semester greeting students, the pandemic was still in full force with a seven-day average of 3,118 cases. With cases at an all-time high across the United States, there will...

Min Shan Tsai plays a piano solo composed by Beethoven on Live from 136. (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

Listening and learning with Live from 136

Ally Nelson November 11, 2020

Live from 136 is a virtual concert series organized by the music faculty at Weber State University’s Department of Performing Arts as a way to keep students involved at school during the pandemic.Assistant...

Slide showing student learning preferences from the virtual faculty & staff town hall Photo credit: Catie Weimer

As COVID cases climb on campus, the university faces new difficulties

Catie Weimer October 7, 2020

Weber State University President Brad Mortensen, during the afternoon of Sept. 28, reported at the faculty and staff virtual town hall meeting that a new record had been set by WSU, but not a record to...

Lola Moli, 2017-2018 WSUSA President. (Dalton Flandro / The Signpost)

WSUSA leaders set for 2017-18

Cydnee Green April 2, 2017

  WSUSA is Weber State University's Student Association. WSUSA is equivalent to the student government that organizes events in high school. One major difference between the two governments...

Students maintaining rhythm

Students maintaining rhythm

Allen Glines December 18, 2015

Staying on top of assignments and exams is all a matter of a student’s ability to get in a comfortable rhythm. As each semester gets underway, students have to familiarize themselves with their...

Take breaks to avoid burning out

Take breaks to avoid burning out

Allen Glines December 18, 2015

There comes a time when students need a break from the pressures that come with their studies. This mostly affects students who decide to attend classes during the summer. It’s also the primary reason...

WSU students relax over winter break

January 8, 2013

After a week of paper-writing, exam-taking, and what can seem like endless studying, finals week for fall semester was over for Weber State University students, welcoming instead a well-deserved winter...

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