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Nearly nine in 10 Westminster graduates stay in Salt Lake following graduation

Salt Lake City’s unique landscape of metropolis and mountains, as well as Westminster College’s small class sizes and scholarships, brings the majority of the school’s of out-of-state students to Utah...Read More

Westminster slam poet explores identity through verse

Members of Westminster College’s slam poetry team traveled across the country on April 2 to compete at the College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational (CUPSI) — an annual collegiate slam poetry tournament...Read More

ASW passes plan to improve continuity, increase change on campus

ASW Senate passed a three-year strategic plan outlining its overall “goals and priorities” at its last meeting of the academic year last month — a policy student leaders say will promote continuity fo...Read More

First-awarded Eco-Warrior Grant looks to kickstart student waste awareness

After realizing how many holes she had in her sweater, Westminster College student Rosanise Odell paired with Emilia Wint, a senior outdoor education and leadership major, to host a workshop on upcycl...Read More

Westminster College students gather to ‘Take Back the Night’

“As long as people say #MeToo, we have got some work to do.” That’s what students and community members chanted as they walked from the University of Utah to Westminster College as part of the annual ...Read More

Westminster community connects through dog spotting

Finding pets on campus at Westminster College just became easier, thanks to the newly-established Westminster DogSpotting Facebook group created by sophomores Enan Whitby and Kenzie Lombard. “You can ...Read More

Westminster students and organizations turn to GoFundMe to raise money

When she was nominated to participate in Mx. Westminster, an annual pageant at Westminster College that donates proceeds to the Rape Recovery Center of Utah, Kelsey Henrichsen created a GoFundMe page ...Read More

ASW hosts vegan food tasting

At ASW’s Vegan Food Tasting in the Richer Commons on Wednesday, attendees could try fare from multiple Salt Lake City restaurants, including stuffed jalapenos, buffalo seitan, sushi and coconut browni...Read More

Westminster art professor says she structures her curriculum to be both functional and free-flowing

Art classes are among the more creative and subjective courses available for students at Westminster College — which can make learning objectives and grading rubrics challenging. Naomi Marine, an art ...Read More

Women’s Heritage Month panelists discuss their work toward women’s liberation

As part of Women’s Heritage Month at Westminster College, panelists came together in the Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business Auditorium on March 21 to discuss their work toward women’s liberation a...Read More