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How a failed ASW Senate bill helped ignite years of food insecurity efforts on campus

Efforts to increase resources pertaining to food and housing insecurity began in ASW Senate during the 2018-19 academic year by former President Jazmin May.

CAMPUS

How a failed ASW Senate bill helped ignite years of food insecurity efforts on campus

Efforts to increase resources pertaining to food and housing insecurity began in ASW Senate during the 2018-19 academic year by former President Jazmin May.

Westminster senior reaches volleyball milestone during final season

Accomplishing 1,000 kills in a college volleyball career — meaning, a player initiated an attack that is unreturnable by the opposing team — can be ...

BEYOND CAMPUS

‘It’s been a godsend’: Outdoor patios, to-go beers are the new bar hopping

Before COVID-19 hit, Fisher Brewing Company in Salt Lake City based its business on community and social gatherings in the taproom or on the patio. Because the ...

The Paint Mixer class safety, painting and drinking

Despite the lack of social events caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, local businesses in Salt Lake City are devising ways to keep companies afloat — while a...

ATHLETICS & RECREATION

Westminster senior reaches volleyball milestone during final season

Accomplishing 1,000 kills in a college volleyball career — meaning, a player initiated an attack that is unreturnable by the opposing team — can be ...

‘It’s been a godsend’: Outdoor patios, to-go beers are the new bar hopping

Before COVID-19 hit, Fisher Brewing Company in Salt Lake City based its business on community and social gatherings in the taproom or on the patio. Because the ...

OPINION

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 ...

OPINION: ‘Left with no closure’ — A 2020 graduate’s perspective

Makayla Kirk graduated in 2020, forgoing a commencement ceremony because of COVID-19 restrictions.

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How a failed ASW Senate bill helped ignite years of food insecurity efforts on campus

Efforts to increase resources pertaining to food and housing insecurity began in ASW Senate during the 2018-19 academic year by former President Jazmin May.

Westminster senior reaches volleyball milestone during final season

Accomplishing 1,000 kills in a college volleyball career — meaning, a player initiated an attack that is unreturnable by the opposing team — can be ...

Ethical taxidermy turned into art

It’s not every day you find yourself trying to pull teeth out of an elk skull. One student, Alinnea Christiansen, a third-year justice studies major at Westmins...

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 ...

‘It’s been a godsend’: Outdoor patios, to-go beers are the new bar hopping

Before COVID-19 hit, Fisher Brewing Company in Salt Lake City based its business on community and social gatherings in the taproom or on the patio. Because the ...