Celebrate some of the greatest albums from Salt Lake City’s music scene! The fourth episode of Clutter and Dissonance explores Connor’s favorite music local to Salt Lake City, Utah from 2017.Read More
Education professor, Tim Carr, talks with The Forum about his career as an FBI agent, his transition into higher ed, and his favorite experiences as a coach and referee for basketball and football.Read More
In this episode of Office Hours, Forum reporter Lily Wolfe talks with Associate Professor of Honors and neuroscience Russ Costa about his research on attention, perception, and its relevance to avalanche education.Read More
The Forum speaks with students on campus about their experiences either being ghosted or ghosting someone they know. Ghosting someone can be anything from ceasing communication with someone the subject is dating or seeing, to completely disappearing from their life as if they didn’t exist – hence the term ghost.Read More
In this episode of Office Hours, Katie Felice sat down with Jan Saeed, director of spiritual life at Westminster, to discuss her work promoting "[the respect of] diverse people and their perspectives."Read More
On this episode of Westminster Stories, Molly Karasick and Lily Wolfe talk with Alex Arnis, a senior economics major, and Finn Townsley, a junior environmental science major who ran the Park City endurance marathon with no training. Listen to hear what they did to prepare, after signing up only days before the race.Read More
Episode three of the Clutter and Dissonance podcast looks into recent experiments in hypnagogic music. Specifically, the podcast analyzes how recent artists are using the dreamy, often nightmarish atmospheres (made by distorting older music) to create hypnotic, disturbing and often politically charged music.Read More
Office Hours is a podcast where students speak with professors and other professionals about relevant issues and current events. Nancy Panos Schmitt sits down with Forum Media Writer Mary Denison to discuss her three decades at Westminster, her love of the Packers, her advice to professors starting their journey and her plans for the future.Read More
In this episode of Office Hours, Forum reporter, Nicole Balmforth talks with justice studies professor Giancarlo Panagia about the many impeachment petitions surrounding President Donald Trump.Read More
Clutter and Dissonance is a podcast dedicated to showcasing and reviewing music across different styles and time periods hosted by Conner Lockie. This episode focuses on artists who take the traditional music of their home country and gives it a contemporary, experimental edge. The episode covers American jazz and blues, South African gospel music and Iranian traditional dances among other things, exploring music from all parts of the world.Read More
Clutter and Dissonance is a podcast centered around showcasing and reviewing music across different styles and time periods hosted by Conner Lockie. This episode focuses on experimental dance music with large sections dedicated to recent footwork-inspired music and general house-influenced tracks.Read More
In this episode of Sugar House Sound, Dr. Amy Foley from Scott Community College joins Ocean Candler and Kiera Stukey, sophomore public health majors, to discuss the intersections of sex education, disability studies and the language of protection.Read More
In this episode of Sugar House Sound, Westminster College students Levi Barrett and Ryan LaRe and Eileen Chanza Torres, an English and gender studies professor, chat with Pup Amp, a YouTube personality, about queer identities and heteropatriarchal media representations.Read More
Sugar House Sound chats with art history professor Dr. Hikmet Loe about protest art from the 60s and why growing up in that era fueled her passion for art history.
In this special from Sugar House Sound, Westminster alum Marlene Mercado chatted with professor Dr. Rachel Ellis Neyra when she visited campus earlier this month. Take a listen to their conversation about graduate school debt and navigating academia. Then, stay tuned for a poetry reading by Dr. Ellis Neyra.
Dr. Ellis Neyra is a poet theorist and teaches Latinx Black poetics and performance art at Wesleyan University.
Keep an eye out for Sugar House Sound’s future specials featuring other visitors to campus.