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Westminster community honors Veterans Day through service

The Westminster College community honored Veterans Day with a service project to make fleece blankets, writing letters to veterans and donating to a food drive. The activities were hosted by the Veteran and Military Services Admissions Nov. 12, 2018. The donations were given to t...

CAMPUS

Westminster community honors Veterans Day through service

The Westminster College community honored Veterans Day with a service project to make fleece blankets, writing letters to veterans and donating to a food drive....

Westminster’s Veterans Center: ‘A Home Away From Home’

Westminster College opened its first center for Veterans and Military Services, located in Walker Hall, a little over three years ago in September of 2015. Sinc...

BEYOND CAMPUS

Westminster students discuss emergency notification system in wake of University of Utah shooting

University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey was shot and killed on campus On Oct. 22. She was found after police responded to a report of a possible abduction a...

Pittsburgh synagogue shooting ignites student discussion of hate crime, gun control, rising anti-semitism in the U.S.

Rabbi Avremi Zippel of Salt Lake City’s Chabad Lubavitch synagogue, located just below Westminster College’s campus, recited prayers to a solemn crowd. The gath...

ATHLETICS & RECREATION

Community member powerlifts in dress clothes to overcome personal struggle, honor his identity

Students, faculty and staff might recognize Steven Seril by his signature dress clothes which he wears to lift weights on campus. Seril is a four-time 1st-place...

Low spectator turnout impacts morale, not performance says women’s soccer team

While the Westminster College women’s soccer season is in full swing, attendance and participation at the games remains low amongst other students and the...

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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Westminster community honors Veterans Day through service

The Westminster College community honored Veterans Day with a service project to make fleece blankets, writing letters to veterans and donating to a food drive....

Westminster’s Veterans Center: ‘A Home Away From Home’

Westminster College opened its first center for Veterans and Military Services, located in Walker Hall, a little over three years ago in September of 2015. Sinc...

Westminster students discuss emergency notification system in wake of University of Utah shooting

University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey was shot and killed on campus On Oct. 22. She was found after police responded to a report of a possible abduction a...

Philosophy professor highlights the connection between women, environment

Associate Professor of Philosophy Dr. Kara Barnett spoke on ecofeminism and the importance of recognizing connections between environment and gender at a Taboo ...

Students react to President Dobkin’s first community conversation event

President Beth Dobkin emphasized the importance of active listening at a community conversation Wednesday in the Shaw Student Center. The event was co-hosted by...