Arts & Culture

Students express “gender euphoria” at Westminster’s Queer Prom

During Westminter College’s Pride Week Celebration, a Queer Prom was hosted with the theme “gender euphoria.” Attendees were encouraged to come to the event dressed in whatever makes them feel most co...Read More

Westminster artists curate Senior Art Exhibit

The air crackles with energy that can only be produced by the culmination of four years of creative work. Family, professors and peers amble between the temporary walls presenting an array of charcoal...Read More

Queer bookstore creates safe, accessible, affirming space for LGBTQ+ community in Salt Lake City

Under the Umbrella, a queer bookstore located at the corner of 500 west and 200 south, opened in November 2021. It is the only bookstore catering towards the LGBTQ+ community and is the one of the onl...Read More

Westminster College students submit their work to the Student Art Exhibition

With so many venues closing and many events canceling because of COVID-19, the Westminster College Student Art Exhibition will once again take place, giving art students an opportunity to showcase the...Read More

Students don stylish masks to cope with new normal

Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, masks double as a piece of personal protective equipment as well as an accessory to everyday fashion. Some people said they find adding personal flair into their ...Read More

Florence J. Gillmor Hall construction delayed due to supply shortage

Correction A correction was made to this story Dec. 16 at 3:17 p.m. MST. A previous version of this story implied construction on Florence J. Gillmor Hall has been going on for eight years, which is i...Read More

AAPI Life Night Market brings comfort and unity through food

Onigiri, red bean mochi soup, lumpia, spring rolls and kalua pork, all arranged neatly on tables adorned with red tablecloths. Smells of food wafted through the Health, Wellness and Athletic Center Sp...Read More

Westminster College’s oldest neighbor: the Wasatch fault

Westminster College sits no more than 100 yards from the Wasatch Fault, meaning  students study and Salt Lake City residents live in a significant geologically active zone, according to Nick Poll...Read More

Celebration of Light honors diversity of faith traditions

“I’m hoping we come together in a new way, a better way and a closer way, then we ever have before,” said Jan Saeed, the director of Westminster College’s Global Peace and Spirituality Center.  S...Read More

Westminster students celebrate Día de los Muertos

Westminster College students honored family, friends and loved ones during Día de los Muertos in the Bassis Student Center Nov. 2. Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a two-day holiday celebrat...Read More

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