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Students react to National Climate Assessment, Trump’s denial

After the release of the National Climate Assessment, President Trump remarked publicly that he does not believe climate change is man-made or that the effects actually exist, according to the Washing...Read More

Westminster’s spirit team member manages full schedule, pursues public health degree

Maddy Todd — a junior public health major, dancer on Westminster College’s spirit dance team, pediatric assistant, president of the public health club, and new puppy owner — lives a pretty hectic life...Read More

ASW President reflects on Fall 2018 semester, sets goals for Spring 2019

As her first semester as ASW president comes to an end, Jazmin May explains the changes she’s seen and reflects on her role as president. May, a senior communication major, was elected to the position...Read More

Students say custom major allows them to take education into their own hands

As of Nov. 2018, there are 20 students who have declared a custom major and 25 students who are in the process of declaring, according to Julie Stewart, director of the custom major program. The custo...Read More

College’s first womxn coordinator hosts Rape Recovery Center journal making event

  Students gathered for an event hosted by Westminster College’s first Womxn’s Resource Coordinator Kenzie Campbell in the Basis Student Center on Wednesday. Campbell is a junior custom psy...Read More

“I talked about sex!”

The Vice President of ASW was criticized online for talking openly about sex during the Condom Fashion Show at Westminster College on Nov. 22. The disapproving article was distributed by InfoWars, a f...Read More

Students give their thoughts on how to fill an unused space in Carleson Hall

An open and unused space in Carleson Hall will be going unused in the coming Spring semester. Previously, this space used to be the START center where students could go if they needed help with academ...Read More

Transfer student athletes struggle receiving credits for past courses

Olivia Ellis, a junior public health major, transferred to Westminster College from Salt Lake Community College to play for the women’s basketball team in 2017. She said she planned to play in the 201...Read More

Tattoo talks: students share why they get their tattoos

“I have a wishbone behind my ear which is for good luck,” said Jessica Garvin, a junior elementary education major. “I have awful luck with life in general and I have a lot of health problems. Also, m...Read More

Every person matters, says new director of residence life

In under three weeks, Jess Sweitzer, the new director of Residence Life, went from interviewing at Westminster College to moving from Pittsburgh, PA to Salt Lake City. Sweitzer began working on campus...Read More