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Rowing meets the Great Salt Lake: How 1 woman is sharing her love for the sport

Meghan Saunders fell in love with rowing the moment she tried it. “It was easy,” Saunders said. “I heard about rowing [from a friend], I went to the Great Salt Lake to row one day, and there was no lo...Read More

‘We must do more’: Westminster responds to Chauvin verdicts

After a trial that was deemed historic, several leaders of Westminster College issued statements reminding the community that work for racial justice is not over — rather, this is only a short m...Read More

Restoring lost connections, addressing lack of inclusion among main priorities for new ASW board

Missed opportunities during COVID-19 and a lack of diversity and inclusion are among the main focuses for ASW President-elect Brendan Sudberry and Vice President-elect Deaun Saxby, who won Westminster...Read More

Meet the 2021 student commencement speakers

The committee chose four speakers to represent the four schools: The School of Nursing and Health Sciences, the School of Education, the Gore School of Business and the School of Arts and Sciences.

Public health student studies, tracks, supports fight against COVID-19

Over the last year, many classrooms at Westminster College have been impacted by the news cycle. The pandemic-related recession has crept its way into economics classrooms, inequity in medical care in...Read More

‘I can probably do that’: Westminster student hooked on traditional rug making

Before the mass production of rugs began, rug making was largely considered a traditional art. Traditionally, rugs are made through a slow, time-consuming and detailed process. A process that seemed t...Read More

Overcrowded athletic facilities, overworked training staff raise concerns for Spring season

Student-athletes and staff at Westminster College have raised concerns about crowded athletic facilities and overworked staff after the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) made the decision to p...Read More

ASW Election: Meet the students running for government

Campaigning for ASW elections began Monday for students to elect the next student government board. There are eight candidates running for the five elected student board and senator positions. Voting ...Read More

Seniors define how they “Surrender Contact” in final dance showcase

Westminster College’s 2021 graduating seniors could never have predicted how different their final year of their undergraduate degrees was going to be. Dance majors approached the same challenges that...Read More

‘By students, for students;’ Student art gallery in Converse open to all

Artistically inclined students at Westminster College now have a year-round opportunity to showcase their work, regardless of their area of study. Spearheaded by Harris Wright, Westminster alum, a bas...Read More