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Supply chain disruptions impact Westminster community

“At [Shaw Student Center], we’ve seen disruptions with meat and produce due to production shortages or transportation issues,” said Tony DiRaddo, the general manager of Café Bon Appétit in the Shaw Center Dining Hall, in an email. “Supply chain disruptions are occurring across th...

CAMPUS

Supply chain disruptions impact Westminster community

“At [Shaw Student Center], we’ve seen disruptions with meat and produce due to production shortages or transportation issues,” said Tony DiRaddo, the general ma...

Westminster students say ASW Casino Night gives a glimpse into adulthood

What screams “adulthood” louder than gambling and mocktails? Attendees at ASW’s annual Casino Night Nov. 18, located in Westminster on the Draw, said they thoug...

BEYOND CAMPUS

Westminster professor Christy Clay describes food systems, climate change in local communities

“I think some really important things for students to understand — and this is where the nexus of the issue of drought and climate change come to be — our food ...

Westminster students anticipate reentry to campus life, Sugar House Community

For new students, campus life will appear vibrant as Westminster operates at full capacity again, sports games resume and art performances populate calendars th...

ATHLETICS & RECREATION

Westminster student competes at Shred Fest

Shred Fest, a two-day winter kickoff festival, celebrated the start of the season with live music, film screenings, vendors, food trucks and breweries Nov. 5-6....

Westminster students react to Snowbird’s new Fast Tracks system

Snowbird implemented a new system called Fast Tracks Nov. 1, which allows guests to pay an extra fee to skip the lift line, according to the Snowbird website. W...

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 ...

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Supply chain disruptions impact Westminster community

“At [Shaw Student Center], we’ve seen disruptions with meat and produce due to production shortages or transportation issues,” said Tony DiRaddo, the general ma...

Westminster students say ASW Casino Night gives a glimpse into adulthood

What screams “adulthood” louder than gambling and mocktails? Attendees at ASW’s annual Casino Night Nov. 18, located in Westminster on the Draw, said they thoug...

Aunika Woodbury shares passion for painting

“I think art is important because obviously it’s a really great way to express yourself, and put your feelings just down,” said junior art major Aunika Woodbury...

Westminster student broadens horizons through frequent travel

“I’ve been to 23 countries and 49 out of the 50 States,” said Cole Porterfield, an avid traveler and senior international business and management major.  “...

Gear repair clinic encourages sustainability, inclusivity

The Outdoor Program at Westminster College hosted a gear repair clinic a month after the used gear sale, in the Health, Wellness and Athletic Center Nov. 2. The...