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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...

Businessman with different opinions concept, flat design vector illustration. (WSU) Photo credit: wsu.com

Curso de educación comunitaria examina la polarización actual de la sociedad

Matias Pedreira March 31, 2021

Weber State University ofrece un curso gratuito de educación comunitaria esta primavera para explorar la siguiente pregunta, "¿Por qué estamos tan polarizados?" El curso comenzó el...

Weber State offers free Continuing Education courses to community members. (WSU.com) Photo credit: Weber State University

Community education course examines current polarization of society

Joshua Kamp March 31, 2021

Weber State University is offering a free Community Education course this spring to explore the pertinent question "Why Are We So Polarized?” The course began on March 15 and runs to April 29. The...

Performing during a pandemic

Performing during a pandemic

Ben Ferney January 11, 2021

Weber State University students in the performing arts department have experienced a drastically different year while continuing their studies during the pandemic. According to the CDC, singing and...

WSU has encouraged anyone who is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or has reason to believe they have come into contact with someone who has COVID-19 to self-report through the form on the WSU coronavirus webpage. Photo credit: Pixabay.com

Self-reporting helps keep campus safe

Joshua Kamp November 18, 2020

As COVID-19 case numbers continue to smash records and WSU expands testing on-campus, the university is stressing the importance of the self-reporting form available on the WSU website and advising everyone...

Graduates are asked to move their tassels from right to left as a symbol of the completion of their degree.  (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

The first generation to get higher education

Caitlyn Nichols November 16, 2020

Jesus Rebolledo faced many challenges while getting his degree. He came from a low-income family with five siblings, where the highest education in the family was ninth grade. The 25-year-old medical laboratory...

WSU faculty make sense of shift to virtual at What the hell just happened? conference

WSU faculty make sense of shift to virtual at “What the hell just happened?” conference

Joshua Kamp November 16, 2020

Weber State University’s Teaching and Learning Forum held a virtual conference Nov. 13 aptly titled “What the Hell Just Happened?” to offer the university community, especially faculty...

The hearings on Oct. 27 have very similar information from the other hearings. (Israel Campa/The Signpost)

Clarifying recording restrictions in the student code continues

Catie Weimer October 28, 2020

Weber State University is still working on clarifying what students can do with recordings they make in class; specifically, tightening the language in the student code that says students need permission...

Due to Covid-19 the main ogden campus has been much emptier than past semesters. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost) Photo credit: Signpost Archives

The latest updates on coronavirus on campus and surrounding areas

Francia Benson October 26, 2020

As of Oct. 26, Utah has reported a total of 104,882 COVID-19 cases, according to the Utah government’s website. Davis, Morgan and Weber counties, where most Weber State University students reside,...

Students studying or talking is a rare sight on WSUs campus, with the majority of classes online due to COVID-19. (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

Staying ahead of the curve, WSU’s fall enrollment remains steady

Adam Rubin October 14, 2020

Even during a pandemic, Weber State University students want an education. Student enrollment during fall 2020 at WSU has remained steady during the pandemic. This semester, WSU has a total of 29,596 students....

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...

WSU plans to continue the fall 2020 course delivery plan into spring 2021. Photo credit: WSU Arcives

Flexible course delivery methods to continue in spring

Caitlyn Nichols September 18, 2020

Weber State University announced its plan to continue the current flexible course delivery methods into spring 2021 on Sept. 17 The decision was made after reviewing feedback from surveys sent out to students...

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