Beyond Campus

Mural artists say vandalism won’t disrupt their passion for creating art

Imagine waking up in the morning after spending over a month diligently working on a mural the length of three cars and receiving a text saying someone has vandalized your artwork with graffiti. Durin...Read More

College administration responds to hate speech signs posted on campus

Members of a white nationalist group placed a banner reading “End immigration!” at the University of Utah’s block U on Saturday, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. “Oh shit I didn’t know about that,”...Read More

Future of historic ‘Hobbitville’ uncertain, community urges preservation

A locked fence currently blocks the driveway that used to be occupied by roaming peacocks and trespassing teenagers. After the death of the owner, residents of Allen Park, which locals commonly refer ...Read More

Canyon conundrum: Utah’s “greatest snow on earth” causing traffic problems to resorts

On Jan. 19 a local skier was accused of assaulting a police officer after learning the parking lot at Brighton Resort was full. The skier is currently facing two felony charges, according to The Salt ...Read More

Attendees stories: community stands together at Women’s March on Utah 2019

Protestors gathered across the nation for Women’s Marches on Jan. 19, including in Utah, to fight for pay equity, women’s health, family planning, affordable child care and equality, according to the ...Read More

Winter is Coming: How to be safe backcountry skiing this season

As Westminster College enters November, winter is coming and bringing what Utah is known for, the greatest snow on earth. Utah is home to many great resorts that are marked with ropes or barriers to m...Read More

Westminster students discuss emergency notification system in wake of University of Utah shooting

University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey was shot and killed on campus On Oct. 22. She was found after police responded to a report of a possible abduction around 8:00 p.m. Students at the universi...Read More

Pittsburgh synagogue shooting ignites student discussion of hate crime, gun control, rising anti-semitism in the U.S.

Rabbi Avremi Zippel of Salt Lake City’s Chabad Lubavitch synagogue, located just below Westminster College’s campus, recited prayers to a solemn crowd. The gathering was nearly silent. Faces lit up by...Read More

Shred Fest builds excitement for upcoming winter season students say

Westminster students and community members alike celebrated the start of the winter sports season at Shred Fest on Saturday. Shred Fest is an event held in Liberty Park in Salt Lake City. According to...Read More

Bird is the word: e-scooters bring safety concerns, economic opportunities to Westminster

The only requirements to use them are a valid driver’s license, a credit card and the app. All around Salt Lake City and Sugarhouse, there are electric scooters scattered along the streets, ready to b...Read More