Arts & Culture

Students unwind at Art Festival after hectic start to fall semester

Art, ice cream and music made up the Westminster College Arts Festival on Sept. 26 where students joined together to unwind after a long week and let their artistic sides free. Alyssa Appleman, ASW ev...Read More

Dogs connect the campus community at Westminster Mutt Show

Dogs are a large part of the culture at Westminster College. In celebration of the campus’ dogs, Westminster Weekend hosted the annual Westminster Mutt Show – a long-standing tradition in the communit...Read More

Salt Lake’s Classical Greek Theatre Festival brings story of Prometheus to Westminster

Salt Lake City’s Classical Greek Theatre Festival brought the story of “Prometheus Bound” to Westminster College’s Courage Theater for its 49th season from Sept. 5-14.  “Prometheus Bound” is also...Read More

Summer research program shows science, art are interconnected

Students in the art and science majors got to collaborate during a summer research program through a grant partnership of the Great Salt Lake Institute (GSLI) and Westminster College.  The progra...Read More

Glow-in-the-dark paint and yoga gives yogis more freedom and self-exploration

James Hardy hated yoga when he first tried it in high school. Now he and his fiancée Shazzy Tapias lead Salt Lake City yogis through flow yoga routines while covered in glow paint, listening to a sing...Read More

History, art, public health: A look at the Exploring Hopi and Diné Nations May Term

Historical landmarks, beautiful scenery, basket weaving, pottery making and an introduction into several different Native American cultures. These are the things students will experience in the Explor...Read More

‘To be young, Mormon, Tongan’: Poet speaks on being a minority within a majority religion

Westminster College students gathered to celebrate as Asian American and Pacific Islander month for a poetry reading called, “To Be Young, Tongan, and Mormon in Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought” ...Read More

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 jour...Read More

Dance as conduit for community: How dance seniors awakened artistic opportunity in department despite limited resources

During the American College Dance Association conference this past week, I witnessed countless acts of genius in the form of movement artistry that engaged my passion for dance, education and experien...Read More

Cancelation of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ at Grand Theatre is a lost opportunity said Westminster students, faculty

Westminster College students and adjunct faculty have been left without their roles in the Grande Theatre’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” after recent cease and desist letters were sent out by Broadway. The...Read More