Ladies lacking at HWAC’s Ladies’ Climbing Hour

For the past three years, attendance of women at Ladies’ Climbing Hour at Westminster College’s Health, Wellness and Athletic Center (HWAC) has steadily decreased, according to climbing wall staff. Th...Read More

Presenter draws connection from manic pixie dream girl trope to violence against women with mental illness

She’s whimsical. She’s captivating. She’s completely attached, completely aloof, dissociative, hyper-sexual, manic, impulsive, charismatic and eccentric. She is the manic pixie dream girl. The common ...Read More

Special election held to fill ASW chief justice position

Westminster College held an unexpected special election for chief justice on Jan. 31, said ASW officials. The student body received an email on Jan. 29 announcing the election to find a replacement fo...Read More

Crisis intervention available free to all students through Counseling Center

The Counseling Center, located in the basement level of Shaw Student Center in room L7, provides a crisis intervention hour each day. During this hour, generally occurring at 2 or 3 p.m., students can...Read More

Chief diversity officer leaves college, lasting legacy

Westminster College’s first Associate Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Dr. Marco Barker is leaving the school after a little over two years. Barker is set to fill the vice chancellor...Read More

Outdoor Program provides students with affordable outdoor experiences

The Outdoor Program provides students with a community to grow, learn and get outside at an affordable rate on student lead trips or by renting affordable equipment, according to Outdoor Program staff...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

Want to change the world? There’s a class for that

Westminster College’s How to Change the World class provides students with an opportunity to learn through service and volunteer work in the South Salt Lake community. The class is taught by education...Read More

Long commutes, low pay: secret lives of adjunct faculty

Paula Collmar, a Westminster College foreign language adjunct professor of 11 years, was on her way to teach her 8 a.m. French translation class at the University of Utah. Traffic was bad that morning...Read More

From regulation to ‘support system’: new coordinator wants to shift student perspective on Title IX

When most students and the larger Westminster College community hear the words “Title IX” there is sometimes an uncomfortable feeling of fear or uneasiness that arises. Each semester students receive ...Read More