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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,...

Vials filled with the COVID vaccine are ready to be administered in Ogden, Utah, on Oct. 16. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost) Photo credit: Nikki Dorber

Students must choose vaccinations for 2022

Adam Rubin October 25, 2021

By spring semester 2022, all Weber State University students will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19, with the exception of those who have filed an exemption.Brett Perozzi, vice president of student...

In 2020, there was 25% more violence in Ogden city than in 2019. COVID-19 is thought to have been a leading cause in this raise of violence. Photo credit: WSU Arcives

Consequences of COVID in the community

Mackenzie Dessin April 7, 2021

SARS-CoV-2, also known as COVID-19, has rocked the globe with its widespread effects. It has taken over two million lives worldwide and over 500,000 lives in the U.S. Each state has been impacted differently,...

Lt. Governor Deidre Henderson visits COVID -19 experimental vaccination sites throughout the state of Utah, including the Dee Event Center in Weber County.  (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

Lt. Gov. visits campus as vaccines roll out to Weber and Morgan counties

Caitlyn Nichols January 20, 2021

Utah Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson visited the Weber-Morgan COVID-19 vaccination site in the Dee Events Center on the Weber State University campus on Jan. 20.The visit was part of Henderson’s tour of...

Vaccines for a community in need thanks to WSU and local health leaders

Vaccines for a community in need thanks to WSU and local health leaders

Marisa Nelson January 11, 2021

Vaccinations for the COVID-19 virus have started to filter in to multiple states in the U.S. Utah and Weber County, specifically, held a vaccination site on Jan. 5 at Weber State University's Dee Events...

The Ogden City Idle-Free initiative aims to reduce the poor air quality in Utah. (Source: Tribune News Service) Photo credit: MCT

Idle engines are the inversion’s playthings

Leah Higginbotham February 15, 2017

Utah is well-known for many things: national parks, great snow and the Jazz, but Utah is especially known for its bad air quality.While there are numerous contributors to the Wasatch Front's poor air quality,...

Graphic by Maddy VanOrman

WSU competes to clean up air during July

Jasmine Pittman July 5, 2016

The first of July officially marked the beginning of the second annual Clear the Air Challenge. Weber State University's sustainability office is challenging the university to go green this month in order...

Johnson, decano agregado de Dumke College of Health Professions, ha sido seleccionado para servir como el presidente de National Association of Local Boards of Health. (Fuente: Ken Johnson)

WSU professor elected as president of national association

Kellie Plumhof January 12, 2016

Weber State University faculty member Ken Johnson has been selected to serve as president of the National Association of Local Boards of Health. Johnson is currently the associate dean and professor...

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