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Career Services center at Weber State Univseristy. (Paige McKinnon/The Signpost)

An interview instruction manual

Lucas Moore November 29, 2021

Weber State University offers different resources in preparation for life after graduation. Every department on campus has information and services regarding this preparation, and the Career Services Center...

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Resources for easing the financial burden of college

Caitlyn Nichols September 27, 2021

Paying for college is a concern for all students, but there are many resources available at Weber State University to ease the burden. The Financial Aid & Scholarships office is the first stop for...

The Student Services Center provides resources to students. (Israel Campa / The Signpost) Photo credit: Signpost Archives

COVID job market, good or bad? Career Services can help

Matias Pedreira February 17, 2021

The economic struggle small and large businesses faced due to COVID-19 left millions of people out of work. Thirty-four percent of those out of work are still unemployed and actively searching for a new...

Ogden Chief of Police Randy Watt speaks prior to letting in cars of families to pick up food. Photo credit: Caitlyn Nichols

From the field to the table, Utah farmers help feed hungry families

Caitlyn Nichols November 30, 2020

Farmers Feeding Utah partnered with Weber County law enforcement to hand out Thanksgiving meals to families in need for their Cops and Crops event on Nov. 24 at the Weber County Fairgrounds. Cars of hungry...


Do you know your news? Sept. 8

Francia Benson September 4, 2020

1. According to a recent Suffolk poll, what percentage of Americans will choose not to get the COVID-19 vaccine when it first comes available?a. Half the populationb. 90 percent of the populationc. Less...

Do you know your news?

Marisa Nelson June 18, 2020

1.) Ogden has announced plans to reduce electricity and natural gas consumption by the year _____. a. 2021b. 2025c. 2030d. 20232. Coronavirus has killed over 115,000 people in the U.S....

Jennifer Gnagey, a WSU adjunct professor of economics, has worked with her Labor Economics students to help people apply for unemployment insurance. (Unsplash)

WSU professor and students provide community with unemployment help

Lissete Landaverde April 13, 2020

As COVID-19 continues to spread, so does unemployment.In light of this situation, Jenny Gnagey, an adjunct professor of economics at Weber State, saw it as an opportunity to help those affected while providing...

Viewpoint: The falsity of the invisible hand

February 4, 2014

Economics is a subject as touchy as it is vague. Often elusive, economics lends itself to mysticism and capital slight of hand, making fiscal peasants of most of the country. Many philosophies would dictate...

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