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2018 Mx. Westminster educates audience with crash course on sex

Twelve Westminster College students competed in the Residence Hall Association’s (RHA) Mx. Westminst...

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2018 Mx. Westminster educates audience with crash course on sex

Twelve Westminster College students competed in the Residence Hall Association’s (RHA) Mx. Westminster pageant on Feb. 8 — but Maggie Regier, a sophomore custom...

‘More War?’ Westminster College professor discusses foreign policy under Trump administration

Westminster College professor J. Kael Weston challenged an audience in the Jewett Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday to remember that those in war-torn c...

BEYOND CAMPUS

Salt Lake’s first cat cafe might reflect an increase in “cat-centric” environments

It could cost you only $8 to meet your new best friend. Tinker’s Cat Cafe, located on 302 E. 900 South, opened last November and is Salt Lake City’s first ever ...

Residents and local business owners respond to Sugar House renovations

Long-time residents know Salt Lake’s Sugar House neighborhood for its small-town atmosphere. But lately, it’s hard for those driving through the area to miss se...

ATHLETICS & RECREATION

Some student athletes struggle with body image, fitting ‘ideal’ physique for their sports

When Jasmine McWilliams, a first-year student on Westminster College’s dance and cheer teams, tried out for the Golden State Warriors, the Sacramento Kings and ...

Westminster student battles scoliosis with rock climbing

For many students at Westminster College, rock climbing is a way to relieve stress and have fun. But for Cole Cooper, a junior political science major who was d...

OPINION

Trump’s Twitter attacks on the NFL show us he’s the one being “un-American”

Every Sunday, new stories and tweets appear offering updates on a protest that has caught the nation’s attention — players in the National Football League (NFL)...

‘Whitelash’ after “Get Out” hits the screen

Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” captures a satirical view of what it means to be black in today’s America — but it’s received plenty of backlash from (white) folks who...

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2018 Mx. Westminster educates audience with crash course on sex

Twelve Westminster College students competed in the Residence Hall Association’s (RHA) Mx. Westminster pageant on Feb. 8 — but Maggie Regier, a sophomore custom...

‘More War?’ Westminster College professor discusses foreign policy under Trump administration

Westminster College professor J. Kael Weston challenged an audience in the Jewett Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday to remember that those in war-torn c...

Salt Lake’s first cat cafe might reflect an increase in “cat-centric” environments

It could cost you only $8 to meet your new best friend. Tinker’s Cat Cafe, located on 302 E. 900 South, opened last November and is Salt Lake City’s first ever ...

Students and faculty prepare for a 7.0 earthquake at Westminster, which was built on a fault line

Students and faculty at Westminster College are working to better prepare for the possibility of a 7.0-magnitude earthquake on a campus where many of the buildi...

Westminster behind ordinance deadline as it works to improve waste diversion

Within 20 years, Salt Lake City envisions all waste within the city will be “recycled, reused or composted instead of being sent to a landfill.” In partnership ...

After 20 years, Westminster community says Vagina Monologues still provides an important opportunity for conversation

“My vagina is mad. My vagina is rrreeeaaalll mad.” That’s what Daisy Sherman, a student at Westminster College, belted onstage through the Vieve Gore Concert Ha...

Westminster College’s National Girls and Women in Sports Day offers a “safe environment” for young women to learn and grow

Girls between the ages of 6 and 14 came to the Dolores Dore Eccles Health, Wellness and Athletic Center (HWAC) at Westminster College on Saturday to play soccer...

Visiting lecturer: zombie popularity increases in times of cultural anxiety

The popularity of zombies in American culture — think TV shows like “The Walking Dead” and apps like “Plants vs. Zombies” — may allude to societal fear of chang...

Students in Westminster’s fine arts-based photography program say it offers them a unique, competitive education

Westminster College’s fine arts-based photography program may prepare its undergraduates differently from commercial programs, but the students said they think ...

Former students who returned as Westminster faculty talk about why they decided to teach at their alma mater

Initially, it was the beautiful campus tucked away in the middle of the eclectic Sugar House neighborhood that made them fall in love with Westminster College —...

Westminster College aviation students and faculty face the program’s last three years of existence with hope

After 50 years, the aviation program at Westminster College — which houses the flight operations and aviation management majors — will be phased out by Spring 2...

Westminster students seemingly unmotivated to attend event for most-watched sports game in the nation

It’s well known among campus leadership that students at Westminster College have an attendance problem. Though most make it to class, they are notably absent f...