FEATURED NEWS

ASW Election Guide: Voting opens Thursday — how does it work?

Voting for ASW elections to fill the 2020-21 student board opens Thursday, with students finalizing campaign plans earlier this week. Westminster College students can vote for their preferred candidates through the Canvas website with the survey closing Friday. The voting process...

CAMPUS

Season begins: Griffins aim for defending champions title with first win

In the first lacrosse game of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the Westminster men’s lacrosse team dominated Colorado State University-Pueblo Frida...

Weekly News Briefing: Performing arts expansion, pronouns in Canvas and mental health art show

The Weekly Briefing gives a small look into the stories The Forum has covered in the past week. This week, we covered the groundbreaking ceremony for the perfor...

BEYOND CAMPUS

From The Hill, Week 4: Lawmakers push for increased health care facilities, resources

The Utah state legislature closed out its fourth week, officially surpassing the halfway mark of the 45-day session. Lawmakers have officially passed 88 bills, ...

From The Hill, Week 4: Lawmakers push for environmental regulations while President Trump plans to reduce national monuments

It’s been a busy week politics-wise in Salt Lake City, with the state legislative session kicking off its fourth week and presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg ...

ATHLETICS & RECREATION

Senior on men’s basketball team hits career high of points in single game

The Westminster men’s basketball team went on the road to Colorado, playing Colorado Christian University Friday and Regis University Saturday.  Friday nig...

Griffins clinch tournament spot after weekend game wins

The Westminster women’s basketball team won, 66-44, over Colorado Christian University Friday night.  The Griffins started the game out strong creating a 1...

OPINION

Opinion: Mx. Westminster is fun and more people should be doing it

As a first-year student, I attended as many on-campus events as possible. One night in February 2018, I convinced my sister to come with me to something called ...

Letter to the Editor: An Alum’s Response to Westminster’s Tuition Hike

I’m an alumna of Westminster College (’16), and I’m alarmed by several articles that reported an 8.5% tuition increase for the 2020–21 fiscal year. I’m troubled...

ALL NEWS

Season begins: Griffins aim for defending champions title with first win

In the first lacrosse game of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the Westminster men’s lacrosse team dominated Colorado State University-Pueblo Frida...

From The Hill, Week 4: Lawmakers push for increased health care facilities, resources

The Utah state legislature closed out its fourth week, officially surpassing the halfway mark of the 45-day session. Lawmakers have officially passed 88 bills, ...

Weekly News Briefing: Performing arts expansion, pronouns in Canvas and mental health art show

The Weekly Briefing gives a small look into the stories The Forum has covered in the past week. This week, we covered the groundbreaking ceremony for the perfor...

Student balances college, work, cheerleading to visit family each weekend

After a week of attending honors classes, work and cheerleading, Brynlie Green travels back to her hometown of Syracuse, Utah, every weekend. Green, a first-yea...

Students can now specify personal pronouns in Canvas

Westminster College Canvas administration members added options for students to specify personal pronouns on the online website.  Students can choose from ...