Beyond Campus

Westminster students march in SlutWalk for sexual assault awareness

Westminster students joined the march from Washington Square to the Capitol building downtown during the fifth annual SlutWalk on Oct. 3.The rally included over 50 marchers, several speakers from Utah...Read More

Thousands come to experience Snowbird’s Oktoberfest

Utah is in the midst of the annual Oktoberfest. Every year, people from around the country come to celebrate this event held at Snowbird Ski Resort. They can experience authentic German beer, eat...Read More

Indian coffeehouse offers authenticity and intellect

This fall, avid coffee drinkers may want to drop the Starbucks Pumpkin-Spice Latte. What used to be a hot pink cupcake store, Karma Coffee House has come to be the hangout spot for Westminster student...Read More

The $2.2 million storage unit

Welcome to Garfield Elementary School, home of broken glass, dead flies and a door that reads “HELL/ENTER HERE.” The facility, located on 1500 East, was purchased in 2011 by Westminster College from t...Read More

The 2100 S Trio of Faith, food and drinks

The intersection of 900 East and 2100 South just got a lot more interesting, thanks to a trio of small shops: The Tap Room, Even Stevens and Magdalene Religious Goods and Coffee Grotto.Besides a varie...Read More

“British Landscapes” gallery inspires Utah artists

Because of The British Passion for Landscapes gallery that arrived Aug. 29 from the National Museum in Wales, Utah artists are inspired to represent the state’s landscapes through various styles of pa...Read More

The best kept secret of Sugar House

Nestled next to a used furniture store and old plumbing company, the Central Book Exchange (CBE) has been an integral place for book buying, selling and trading in the Sugar House community since 1968...Read More

Coffee drinkers seek aesthetic and quality

Coffee shops around Salt Lake City are catering to aesthetics—sometimes, at a steep cost.Many students are the hidden consumers of “trendy” coffee, often described as hipster. Publik Coffee Roast...Read More

From 12 to 12,000 in Provo: “Kaskade” returns to hometown

In 1992, after serving a two-year mission in Japan for the Mormon church, Ryan Raddon (who goes by Kaskade), performed in a little known club in Provo, Utah. Only about 12 people showed up. But Friday...Read More

Griffins are going Greek

Those who come to Westminster College may choose it over a large university education for its homey feel, small class sizes and personalized attention. Yet, some students who attend the college get th...Read More