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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...

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Tools for better brain health

Marisa Nelson October 25, 2019

Weber State University has many resources for mental health on campus. Several of these organizations — such as the WSU Counseling and Psychological Services Center, Student Wellness, Stress Relief...

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Spreading love to stop the hate

Tiana Pack October 26, 2018

Stop the Hate, an event series hosted by the Center for Diversity and Unity, aims to increase public awareness on a variety of issues. These events are created to foster inclusivity and challenge destructive...

Young women hold a photograph of a loved one lost at a suicide prevention candlelight vigil in 2015. (The Signpost Archives)

Suicide rates climb, Utah’s rates among the highest in the U.S.

Doug Manifold September 15, 2016

Suicide is a growing problem in both the United States and Utah. According to the most recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control, nearly 43,000 people in the country commit suicide each year.The...

Students pet therapy dog Flocki, a Great Pyrenees from Intermountain Therapy Animals.  (Ariana Berkemeier / The Signpost)

Dogs, de-stressing and deep breathing

Delaney Woodfield April 5, 2016

The Counseling & Psychological Services Center, with the help from some furry friends, held a Relaxation Fair in the Shepherd Union to help students find healthy ways to live life.The fair had numerous...

Campus walk raises suicide awareness

April 6, 2015

Weber State University’s Honors Program and Honors Student Advisory Board hosted their 1st suicide awareness and prevention 1 mile walk called “Out of the Darkness,” at WSU’s main campus on April...

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