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Students speak out about religious acceptance on Westminster’s campus

As a liberal arts campus in Utah, Westminster College is a gathering place of predominantly non-religious student in a state where more than half of its population are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), according to the Admissions Office. Westminste...

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Students speak out about religious acceptance on Westminster’s campus

As a liberal arts campus in Utah, Westminster College is a gathering place of predominantly non-religious student in a state where more than half of its populat...

2019 Commencement speaker looks back on fond memories of Westminster

The 2019 commencement speaker will be Engels Tejada, a Westminster Alumni who graduate in 2003, U.S. Army Reserve Veteran and trial attorney. This years commenc...

BEYOND CAMPUS

Liberal arts versus Ivy League: find what fits you best, according to administrators

With federal prosecutors charging 50 people in the wake of the 2019 College Admission Bribery Scandal, part of the national discussion has centered around wheth...

History, art, public health: A look at the Exploring Hopi and Diné Nations May Term

Historical landmarks, beautiful scenery, basket weaving, pottery making and an introduction into several different Native American cultures. These are the thing...

ATHLETICS & RECREATION

Westminster Ski Team members reflect on competing in their first NCAA skiing championship

In their first year of eligibility, Westminster College’s Ski Team qualified for and competed in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) skiing cham...

Spring brings different energy, outdoor opportunities to Utah according to community

Although Utah is known for its winter weather and activities, as spring arrives, students at Westminster College said the warmer season opens up more opportunit...

OPINION

Letter to the Editor: a clarification on unconscious bias

Dear Editor, Can a sign make a difference? Maybe. It likely depends on the effectiveness of the “visual” appeal (readability), the “curb” appeal (location/place...

How my month as a cheerleader convinced me cheer is a sport

I have played basketball, football, soccer, baseball and even did a bit of karate, however, cheer is the only sport where I’ve been kicked in the face. From my ...

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Students speak out about religious acceptance on Westminster’s campus

As a liberal arts campus in Utah, Westminster College is a gathering place of predominantly non-religious student in a state where more than half of its populat...

Liberal arts versus Ivy League: find what fits you best, according to administrators

With federal prosecutors charging 50 people in the wake of the 2019 College Admission Bribery Scandal, part of the national discussion has centered around wheth...

2019 Commencement speaker looks back on fond memories of Westminster

The 2019 commencement speaker will be Engels Tejada, a Westminster Alumni who graduate in 2003, U.S. Army Reserve Veteran and trial attorney. This years commenc...

History, art, public health: A look at the Exploring Hopi and Diné Nations May Term

Historical landmarks, beautiful scenery, basket weaving, pottery making and an introduction into several different Native American cultures. These are the thing...

‘To be young, Mormon, Tongan’: Poet speaks on being a minority within a majority religion

Westminster College students gathered to celebrate as Asian American and Pacific Islander month for a poetry reading called, “To Be Young, Tongan, and Mormon in...