Arts & Culture

Griff’s Roost barista seeks to improve cafe for Westminster community

This story was initially written in Fall 2022 by former Forum reporter Madi Goddard. Chris Forbush, a barista at Griff’s Roost Cafe, said he would like to see the space become a place for the communit...Read More

First in-person Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Luncheon since COVID recognizes ‘Bodies on the Line’

The Westminster College Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion hosted the first in-person Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Luncheon since COVID-19 on Friday, Jan. 20. The event identified and honored “...Read More

Westminster students reopen multipurpose art space in Sugar House

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story published misspelled 2006: Space Oddity. This error is now fixed. Westminster College students Kyle Pickering, a junior business management major, and Nya ...Read More

Westminster Alum elevates importance of name identity via photography project

“Call Me by My Name,” a collage of portraits photographed by Westminster alum Janessa Ilada, raises awareness about the importance of names to Asian American and Pacific Islander’s identity, according...Read More

Immersive theatre draws Westminster’s audience into Victor Frankenstein’s world

Originally planned for six shows, Westminster College’s theatre arts program added an additional four shows to accommodate the audience’s desire to see an immersive rendition of “Frankenstein,” ...Read More

Staff, students say Westminster’s drinking culture is ‘unique’ and good for community

Westminster College’s wet campus is different from other Utah schools and brings a sense of community belonging at events, according to Carlie Hiatt, a senior psychology major.  “Being able to co...Read More

Geek Fest opens doors for scientific opportunities

With recent comic conventions, like FanX in Utah, some might assume ‘Geek Fest’ at Westminster College would involve costumes and merchandise featuring famous pop culture icons.  The reality of G...Read More

Students grow a fruit orchard, courtesy of the Environmental Center

Westminster College students from the Environmental Center planted an orchard west of Black Bridge, which anyone in the community is welcome to take from, according to sophomore environmental science ...Read More

Westminster College performing arts facilities receive a makeover

When senior tech theatre major Briar Woodie first stepped foot inside the new Florence J. Gillmor Hall building earlier this semester, they “just kind of stood there,” absorbing the view.  “It’s ...Read More

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

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