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Anwar Bermudez aids a student via email in the Registars office.

Finding jobs on campus

Megan Swann, Asst. Culture Editor September 5, 2023

As the semester starts to unfold, many students have to learn how to balance work and school. Working schedules around class can be difficult and commuting adds to an already long to-do list. One way to...

Getting a job on campus

Getting a job on campus

Adam Montgomery, Culture editor August 29, 2022

As students, we often have to find a balance between school and work. Class schedules can be difficult to navigate, and finding a job that understands you’re a student first is essential. Student...

Weber State Universitys Stewart Library is located right above the Shepherd Union, making it easily accessible to all students. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Crack down on homework while enjoying the view

Lucas Moore April 19, 2021

There are many places across the Weber State University campus that are perfect for studying. Incoming and even current students may not know of these areas due to the pandemic restrictions. The Stewart...

Mens Rugby game between Weber State University and Brigham Young University on Feb. 22 (Robert Lewis / The Signpost)

‘Cats claw to the end in hard-hitting rugby showdown

Miles Shaw November 23, 2020

On a windy afternoon with the sun shining down over the snow capped Wasatch mountains, the Weber State Wildcats battled the BYU Cougars in a hard-hitting rugby matchup on Feb. 22, at the Spence Eccles...

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...

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On-campus employment: a humble beginning for big dreams

Aubrielle Degn January 11, 2020

As students across campus shuffle to and from classes, looking up to the bell tower and mountains, it can be very easy to overlook their fellow students who help make Weber State a better university and...

Students and attendees engage with the varying businesses present at the career fair. (Joshua Wineholt  / The Signpost)

Get paid to advance your career

Alexa Nielson November 14, 2018

Most Weber State University students graduate having completed an internship. In fact, many majors require one. However, WSU students also work and often have families outside of school. Getting an...

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Finding jobs begins with a Handshake

Zac Watts January 12, 2018

Handshake, a college career recruiting web program and smartphone app, has come to Weber State University. With over 475 university career centers and 200,000 employers in its wheelhouse, Handshake aims...

Travis Phillips reads a book on the floor in the Stewart Library. (Christina Huerta / The Signpost)

Avoid burnout: Study smarter, not harder

Kellie Plumhof August 29, 2016

  It is vital to set aside ample time in your weekly schedule to study. I know that life can get busy when work, school, family, friends and extracurricular acctivities are all desperately...

Stress, sadness, anger: How children of divorce function

Natalie Martin July 7, 2016

Almost every morning in my household starts the same way for my son. I walk into his room and gently wake him up. Once he’s left the comfort of his blankets, he throws himself on the couch and starts...

Many companies are promoting health and wellness within the workplace. (Source: Tribune News Service) Photo credit: MCT

Healthy employees become a corporate priority

Delaney Woodfield February 21, 2016

A company in Ogden has made it their mission to focus on promoting health and happiness regarding their employees. The company, Global Health Industries, has recently implemented initiatives to focus...

Parenting and school: Finding the balance

July 2, 2015

As a 28-year-old single mother and full-time student, I frequently feel like I am doing life backwards by getting married, having kids, getting divorced and then going to school for my degree. I often...

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