Author: Sage Stewart

Recreational advocates seek to address access (or lack thereof) to the outdoors

Throughout the Salt Lake Valley, the love for the great outdoors is made obvious by plentiful Subarus decorated with National Park bumper stickers and equipped with roof racks suited for skis, kayaks and bicycles. The outdoor community is a space for exploration and adventure — but is only accessible for some. “Growing up in Utah and being a person of color, and then going to Westminster, I ...

Guest speakers discuss critical love, justice in virtual commemoration of MLK’s work

In times of social distancing, political polarization and civil unrest, renowned scholars Dr. Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz and Dr. Angel Acosta engaged members of the Westminster College community in conversation of “Critical Love: How To Reimagine Our Community Today.”  Throughout the virtual event on Thursday, aimed to commemorate the work of Martin Luther King Jr., both Sealey-Ruiz and Acosta maint...

Speakers emphasize diversity, democracy during first-ever virtual MLK rally

Westminster College kicked off its annual MLK Celebration Week, hosting its first-ever virtual rally followed by a Community Conversation Monday morning to reflect on Martin Luther King Jr.’s work and legacy, especially in relation to the current socio-political climate.