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Students assemble kits for Westminster Day of Service

Westminster College student volunteers assembled hygiene kits for refugees in partnership with the International Rescue Committee and educational kits for local K-12 students for Westminster Day of Service Monday. The Dumke Center for Civic Engagement hosted the event in the Bass...

CAMPUS

Kamiya Peterson shares ins and outs of ski mountaineering

Kamiya Peterson, a senior outdoor recreation design major at Westminster College, is an avid skier and snowboarder who has lived up Big Cottonwood Canyon all he...

Westminster Director of Counseling talks about imposter syndrome

Since the start of the Fall semester, several Westminster students arrived on Richer Commons for the first time in nearly a year and a half. Forum staff reporte...

BEYOND CAMPUS

Westminster students anticipate reentry to campus life, Sugar House Community

For new students, campus life will appear vibrant as Westminster operates at full capacity again, sports games resume and art performances populate calendars th...

Local Utah theaters stream films online, replicating in-person experience until pandemic subsides

During the COVID-19 pandemic, studios were forced to slow down production, preventing new movies from releasing into the Hollywood pipeline. Highly anticipated ...

ATHLETICS & RECREATION

Students learn to eat healthy on a budget during HWAC seminar

Scents of onion and garlic filled the room as students prepared food together during the “Eating Healthy on a Budget” seminar Friday from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. The s...

Students utilize free UTA premium transit pass for recreation

The Westminster College community has access to a free Utah Transport Authority premium transit pass to use on the UTA Bus, TRAX, Express Bus and Frontrunner, a...

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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Kamiya Peterson shares ins and outs of ski mountaineering

Kamiya Peterson, a senior outdoor recreation design major at Westminster College, is an avid skier and snowboarder who has lived up Big Cottonwood Canyon all he...

Westminster Director of Counseling talks about imposter syndrome

Since the start of the Fall semester, several Westminster students arrived on Richer Commons for the first time in nearly a year and a half. Forum staff reporte...

Westminster student brings heavy metal to community through impromptu concerts

Head banging, gnarly guitar licks and the sound of drums that could rupture eardrums: these are some of the characteristics that make metal music. Jay Gagne kno...

Dumke Center for Civic Engagement showcases nonprofits to Westminster

The Dumke Center for Civic Engagement held a volunteer fair in the Richer Commons Thursday afternoon.  While music was playing and the sun warmed Richer Co...

Prashanti Limbu shares culinary heritage, cooking advice

As part of the college experience, many students realize that they have to learn how to cook for themselves.  College students find ways to make a home-coo...