Author: Katie Probert

Ellipsis celebrates 55 editions with poetry series event

Friends, family, faculty and staff gathered together in the Kim T. Adamson Alumni House at Westminster College to support the debut of the 55th volume of Ellipsis April 26. Ellipsis is a literary journal at Westminster College, highlighting poetry, creative writing and artwork submitted by Westminster students and guest contributors. Staff of the publication read aloud their favorite poems from th...

Notre Dame fire: a tremendous loss, an opportunity

Details are slowly coming in after the devastating fire that happened at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris on April 15. An CNN article reported the most likely cause of the fire was an electrical short. The investigation is still ongoing as officials have to wait for the building’s structure to be stabilized before being able to examine the evidence. The construction of Notre Dame started in the y...

Majors don’t matter, developing skills do, according to panelists

Westminster College students, faculty and staff engaged with local panelists to discuss why specific college majors do not matter. The event was hosted Wednesday in Malouf 201. The event was created by Natasha Saje, an English professor at Westminster, who plans an event annually which invites a panel of professionals to come to campus and talk about careers. Through all of the panelist stories, t...

‘You’re a derby girl now:’ student finds community through roller derby

In a converted warehouse at 6 p.m. on a Wednesday night, a group of women and some men learn how to play roller derby with Wasatch Roller Derby in Salt Lake City. They put on their protective gear, knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, mouth guard and helmet. And, then they lace up their skates and roll up to the track.    Westminster College student Kenzie Lombard, 21, attends Wasatch Ro...

Special election held to fill ASW chief justice position

Westminster College held an unexpected special election for chief justice on Jan. 31, said ASW officials. The student body received an email on Jan. 29 announcing the election to find a replacement for the previous Chief Justice Lia Baez who was called away from the position to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It was announced on Feb. 1 that Kate Pasco, former a...