Author: Alexandra Dunn

Brewers say stronger beer law will increase competition, creativity for local breweries

Utah passed legislation to make 4% beer content by weight (or 5% by volume) available in grocery stores Nov. 1. This will give Utahns access to a wider variety of beer choices which will increase competition and spur creativity among local breweries, according to industry insiders and community members. The bill SB0132 changed the state’s definition of “beer” to include 4% by weight beer which is ...

Cancelation of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ at Grand Theatre is a lost opportunity said Westminster students, faculty

Westminster College students and adjunct faculty have been left without their roles in the Grande Theatre’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” after recent cease and desist letters were sent out by Broadway. The Grand Theatre at Salt Lake City Community College’s South City Campus was caught up in a legal dispute between the production company Rudinplay, the estate of Harper Lee and Dramatic Publishing, acco...

Chief diversity officer leaves college, lasting legacy

Westminster College’s first Associate Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Marco Barker is leaving the school after a little over two years. Barker is set to fill the vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion position at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His last day on campus will be Feb. 28. Barker became the first chief diversity officer at Westminster in 2016. While he w...