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Administration announces latest tuition increase, rise in room and board costs

The board of trustees approved a 1.9% tuition increase for the upcoming academic year, a steep decline from the 8.5% increase announced last November.

CAMPUS

Students reflect on performing without live audience during Winter Music Festival

Music filled the empty Jewett Center for the Performing Arts as the Westminster Jazz Ensemble performed Friday night for the annual Winter Music Festival. This ...

The ‘other side’ of the School of Music: Technology classes delve into music production

When thinking about a school of music, people may just think about instruments, like guitar, piano, strings and woodwinds. However, there is another side of mus...

BEYOND CAMPUS

Busting ballot myths with two weeks left to vote

As Election Day quickly approaches on Nov. 3, some may be struggling to understand and identify misinformation about mail-in voting.

Candidates quarrel on healthcare, pandemic response in Monday debate

Candidates for Utah’s 2nd Congressional District faced off in their first and only debate Monday night, marking clear distinctions between themselves.

ATHLETICS & RECREATION

Choosing favorites: Why students favor some Utah ski resorts over others

Temperatures dropping, clouds rolling in and skiers driving into the mountains.  As winter approaches, Westminster College students are preparing for a fre...

Graduated athletes appreciate extended eligibility after spring season cut short

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S. in March, Westminster College was among several schools to cancel spring championships and cut seasons short in an effor...

OPINION

Good horror is feminist because being marginalized is scary

When people tell me they don’t like horror movies, or that horror movies aren’t feminist, I understand where they’re coming from. Some of the genre’s tropes inc...

OPINION: World Hunger, an unceasing global complication

Have you ever been hungry? This question can be interpreted in different magnitudes. In this instance, I am not referring to the common rumbling of the stomach ...

ALL NEWS

Students reflect on performing without live audience during Winter Music Festival

Music filled the empty Jewett Center for the Performing Arts as the Westminster Jazz Ensemble performed Friday night for the annual Winter Music Festival. This ...

The ‘other side’ of the School of Music: Technology classes delve into music production

When thinking about a school of music, people may just think about instruments, like guitar, piano, strings and woodwinds. However, there is another side of mus...

English professor shares value of otherness in poetry series

Natasha Sajé, English professor at Westminster College, suggested that dedicated spaces for otherness in society are necessary in her Thursday evening poetry re...

President Dobkin, ASW reaffirm commitment to building community at CommUNITY Talks event

ASW hosted a CommUNITY Talks event Wednesday where they facilitated a conversation with President Beth Dobkin about the importance of building community at West...

Alum reveals himself as founder of ‘Westmini Griffin’ satire Instagram page

The secret is out: Westminster College alum Max White revealed himself to be the creative mind behind The Griffin -- a satirical news and meme page on Instagram...