Author: Jaclyn Daly

How to ease the transition to online classes

When students left for spring break they didn’t plan on not being able to return to school. Because of this unexpected change moving to an online format can be chaotic.  Luckily, technology gives an opportunity to continue education online through video chat and other resources. Even though it wasn’t what students planned to do at the beginning of the semester, there are a few ways to stay ca...

Catching up with the Ski Boss: Tanner Hall

Tanner Hall is a legend in the snow community for being one of the athletes that pioneered the sport of freestyle skiing. Hall held the record for the most Winter X Games medals — winning seven gold and four silver — for 11 years.  Hall is also known for having two almost career-ending injuries. His first major wreck was in March 2005 when he came up short while trying a trick ove...

Zodiac Cosmic ASW Drag Show shows drag is for everyone

Westminster hosted the ASW Drag Show Thursday night in the HWAC Special Events Room where performers showed drag is for everyone. “The whole idea of drag is to expose the ridiculousness of gender by showing how much gender is a performance and not something we do every day,” said Faith Staley, Queer Compass program coordinator.  Some people assume that drag is when a male dresses up as a woma...

Tips for getting back into the school routine

One thing all students can relate to is coming back for Spring semester after a nice long break of spending time with family, holiday parties, playing in the snow and hanging out with friends.  For some it’s difficult to adjust back into a school routine after having no responsibility. However, there are some things that students can do to help them get back into the school routine. Life Tips...

Your vote matters so much that people try to take it away, documentary director says

You always hear, ”Why does it matter if I vote?” Well, it matters that much because people are trying to take away your right to vote, says documentary director Loki Mulholland.  Mulholland, writer and director of “After Selma”, hosted a screening of his new film Thursday night in the Gore Auditorium. The screening wrapped up the weeklong 2020 MLK Commemorative Series hosted by the Office of ...