FEATURED NEWS

New interim dean of students announced; national search to begin in Spring

Almost two weeks after the announcement that Daniel Cairo would step down as interim dean of students, the administration named his temporary replacement Wednesday.

CAMPUS

Dancing in the dark: Westminster dancers create way to perform during pandemic

When the pandemic hit, many in-person dance classes turned into online Zoom links. Group performances were soon solo practice. Large performances were suddenly ...

With fewer customers at Griff’s Roost, one barista left to run the show

In past semesters, Griff’s Roost — the coffee shop on campus — was typically bustling with students rushing between classes or grabbing a coffee whi...

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

Athletes anticipate more flexible practice, competition schedule with new stadium lights

With the addition of new stadium lights on Dumke Field, the athletics program said teams will begin to transition to scheduled night games and increased practic...

New strength coach hired at Westminster amid national athletic department furloughs

Alex Wetmore did not expect to be defending his Ph.D. dissertation during a pandemic — and he certainly did not expect to be finding a job during one eith...

OPINION

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 ...

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 ...

ALL NEWS

Dancing in the dark: Westminster dancers create way to perform during pandemic

When the pandemic hit, many in-person dance classes turned into online Zoom links. Group performances were soon solo practice. Large performances were suddenly ...

With fewer customers at Griff’s Roost, one barista left to run the show

In past semesters, Griff’s Roost — the coffee shop on campus — was typically bustling with students rushing between classes or grabbing a coffee whi...

Westminster professor awarded Utah Teacher of the Year; recognized for commitment beyond campus

John Arthur, a full-time teacher at Meadowlark Elementary and adjunct professor at Westminster College, is more than a teacher. He’s a mentor who says he commit...

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.