FEATURED NEWS

New ICE regulations feel threatening, says Westminster international student

International students attending U.S. colleges that will be online-only due to COVID-19 concerns will not be allowed to stay in the country, according to new regulations ICE released Monday. While the new regulations have left many foreign students scrambling to transfer schools ...

CAMPUS

Westminster is returning to campus in the fall — but it won’t look the same

Westminster College announced in May it would be returning to in-person classes in the fall with some modifications to the academic calendar. However, on-campus...

Westminster to waive ACT, SAT requirements, making it optional

Westminster College will waive its requirements for ACT or SAT scores as part of its enrollment application beginning in the Fall of 2021. The college will make...

BEYOND CAMPUS

New ICE regulations feel threatening, says Westminster international student

International students attending U.S. colleges that will be online-only due to COVID-19 concerns will not be allowed to stay in the country, according to new re...

Opinion: Journalists of color to follow

For journalists, bias starts when they walk into the newsroom. Who a journalist is and the identities they carry with them influence how they report on a story ...

ATHLETICS & RECREATION

Two women’s golf athletes qualify for RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

Westminster College senior Cassie Campos and sophomore Megan Van Leeuwen were named to the 2019-20 Women’s Golf All-Academic Honor Rol...

Nine women’s lacrosse athletes honored on RMAC All-Academic Honor Roll

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference announced the 2020 All-Academic First Team and Honor Roll for women’s lacrosse April 16, with nine on the Westminster Col...

OPINION

Opinion: Journalists of color to follow

For journalists, bias starts when they walk into the newsroom. Who a journalist is and the identities they carry with them influence how they report on a story ...

OPINION: Why Apologizing Isn’t Enough Anymore, We Need Action Now For The Sake Of Lives Tomorrow

The following article is a guest opinion piece. Opinion pieces are submitted by those in the Westminster community that are factually accurate but also share th...

ALL NEWS

New ICE regulations feel threatening, says Westminster international student

International students attending U.S. colleges that will be online-only due to COVID-19 concerns will not be allowed to stay in the country, according to new re...

Opinion: Journalists of color to follow

For journalists, bias starts when they walk into the newsroom. Who a journalist is and the identities they carry with them influence how they report on a story ...

Westminster is returning to campus in the fall — but it won’t look the same

Westminster College announced in May it would be returning to in-person classes in the fall with some modifications to the academic calendar. However, on-campus...

Live Election Results: Spencer Cox wins GOP nomination for governor

Utah held its primary election Tuesday, with first preliminary results being released at 10 p.m. This year, the state debuted its all mail-in ballot election &#...

Westminster to waive ACT, SAT requirements, making it optional

Westminster College will waive its requirements for ACT or SAT scores as part of its enrollment application beginning in the Fall of 2021. The college will make...