Physical and financial health during COVID-19

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I don’t deny the magnitude and care shown in the efforts on behalf of WSU in providing a safe and interactive environment for the student body, staff and faculty for […]

What graduation looks like for a 2020 senior

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We have been grieving since March. We are grieving jobs and loved ones. We have lost vacation deposits and retirement savings. We have been without church meetings and sports games; […]

Education and adventure in study abroad

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Weber State University has a variety of study abroad options for students wanting to see the world while also earning university credit. For the 2020 trips, now is the time […]

Q&A with President Brad Mortensen

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With Weber State University President Brad Mortensen’s inauguration set for Founder’s Day, Jan. 7, The Signpost took the opportunity to sit down with him and introduce him to the student […]

Performance art skills apply to more than just musical careers

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High schools and universities across the U.S. are emphasizing STEM learning, and schools that come up short in the budget often look to ma ke cuts to music programs. Also, […]

First-generation club guides the future

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For a Spanish translation, click here. Thirty-nine percent of Weber State University students identify as first generation students, the first within their family to attend a four-year institution to attain […]