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Westminster students reopen multipurpose art space in Sugar House

Westminster College students Kyle Pickering, a junior business management major, and Nya Peterson, a junior fine arts major with an emphasis in ceramic art and photography, said they are in the process of reopening a multipurpose arts space on 2006 South and 900 E called 2006. Sp...

CAMPUS

Westminster’s campus bookstore manager recommends top books, tips for students

Liz Anderson, manager of Westminster College’s campus bookstore, said she embraced her role to educate and aid students despite being a trained chef and having ...

Westminster Alum elevates importance of name identity via photography project

“Call Me by My Name,” a collage of portraits photographed by Westminster alum Janessa Ilada, raises awareness about the importance of names to Asian American an...

BEYOND CAMPUS

Westminster students reopen multipurpose art space in Sugar House

Westminster College students Kyle Pickering, a junior business management major, and Nya Peterson, a junior fine arts major with an emphasis in ceramic art and ...

Westminster community emphasizes importance of Midterm elections

As Americans across the nation prepare to cast their ballot in the 2022 Midterm elections, Westminster College students, especially those who are out-of-state, ...

ATHLETICS & RECREATION

Students, community question proposed gondola in Little Cottonwood Canyon

A new change to the transportation system in Little Cottonwood Canyon may affect Westminster College student access to one of Utah’s most popular areas to camp,...

Students climb to new heights with updated rock wall

Angular wood juts out in neat, modern patterns, dotted with multicolored plaster rocks, at the updated Bishop’s Wall in Westminster College’s Health, Wellness a...

OPINION

OPINION: How WandaVision brought us back to pre-pandemic life at the perfect time

WandaVision came into our lives near the peak of the pandemic, and it’s provided a much-needed escape for everyone -- Marvel fans and newbies alike.

OPINION: Unpaid internships need to take a back seat

Internships. They are arguably the most effective way for a student to get a foot in the door and prove themselves as a valuable asset to an organization, with ...

ALL NEWS

Westminster’s campus bookstore manager recommends top books, tips for students

Liz Anderson, manager of Westminster College’s campus bookstore, said she embraced her role to educate and aid students despite being a trained chef and having ...

Westminster students reopen multipurpose art space in Sugar House

Westminster College students Kyle Pickering, a junior business management major, and Nya Peterson, a junior fine arts major with an emphasis in ceramic art and ...

Westminster Alum elevates importance of name identity via photography project

“Call Me by My Name,” a collage of portraits photographed by Westminster alum Janessa Ilada, raises awareness about the importance of names to Asian American an...

Immersive theatre draws Westminster’s audience into Victor Frankenstein’s world

Originally planned for six shows, Westminster College’s theatre arts program added an additional four shows to accommodate the audience’s desire to see an...

Veterans Day Ceremony honors past, present service members

Students, faculty, staff and the Center for Veteran and Military Services gathered to honor past and active service members during the Veterans Day Ceremony hel...