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Climate change, education system are priorities for young adults, according to Forum survey

Dealing with climate change and improving education dominate legislature concerns for students at Westminster College, according to a recent survey conducted through a Google Form by The Forum*. The Forum survey results aligned with results from a January Pew Research Center stud...

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Diverse Book Fair spreads awareness with free, accessible books

The Student Diversity and Inclusion Center hosted the Diverse Book Fair with books the center’s coordinators said encompassed their programs, and offered the se...

Meau Brinley pursues full-time art career

At a liberal arts school like Westminster College, artists are abundant, and classes aren’t free. Some students said they are turning to alternative ways of ear...

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Climate change, education system are priorities for young adults, according to Forum survey

Dealing with climate change and improving education dominate legislature concerns for students at Westminster College, according to a recent survey conducted th...

May Term trips resume after two-year hiatus

May Term Study Experiences, including many study-abroad programs, will resume next month after a two-year hiatus. With vaccine rollouts and the pandemic slowing...

ATHLETICS & RECREATION

Westminster College hosts State Boulder Competition Qualifier

Approximately 30 students  competed for spray-painted trophies and other prizes, with the opportunity to represent Westminster College for the first time a...

Westminster track and cross country break 5 school records at Idaho competition

The Westminster College cross country track and field team broke five school program records between Feb. 11 and Feb. 12 at their meet in Pocatello, Idaho at Id...

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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Climate change, education system are priorities for young adults, according to Forum survey

Dealing with climate change and improving education dominate legislature concerns for students at Westminster College, according to a recent survey conducted th...

May Term trips resume after two-year hiatus

May Term Study Experiences, including many study-abroad programs, will resume next month after a two-year hiatus. With vaccine rollouts and the pandemic slowing...

Diverse Book Fair spreads awareness with free, accessible books

The Student Diversity and Inclusion Center hosted the Diverse Book Fair with books the center’s coordinators said encompassed their programs, and offered the se...

Westminster community works together at Emigration Creek during Earth Day Clean-up

The Dumke Center for Civic Engagement and the Environmental Center jointly organized a Earth Day clean-up project, which provided 15–20 students with buckets, g...

Meau Brinley pursues full-time art career

At a liberal arts school like Westminster College, artists are abundant, and classes aren’t free. Some students said they are turning to alternative ways of ear...