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Students speak out about religious acceptance on Westminster’s campus

As a liberal arts campus in Utah, Westminster College is a gathering place of predominantly non-religious student in a state where more than half of its population are members of the Church of Jesus C...Read More

2019 Commencement speaker looks back on fond memories of Westminster

The 2019 commencement speaker will be Engels Tejada, a Westminster Alumni who graduate in 2003, U.S. Army Reserve Veteran and trial attorney. This years commencement ceremony will take place at the Ma...Read More

‘To be young, Mormon, Tongan’: Poet speaks on being a minority within a majority religion

Westminster College students gathered to celebrate as Asian American and Pacific Islander month for a poetry reading called, “To Be Young, Tongan, and Mormon in Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought” ...Read More

How to become the Westminster student commencement speaker

Westminster College is going to bid farewell to another graduating class as they enter the working world during the 2019 commencement ceremony at the Maverik Center May 11. With everybody’s attention ...Read More

Opinion: The Dean of Students Office isn’t Westminster’s principal’s office

Students can graduate from Westminster College still not knowing all of the resources the college has to offer. I’ve worked in the Dean of Students Office for three years and I agree students don’t al...Read More

Ellipsis celebrates 55 editions with poetry series event

Friends, family, faculty and staff gathered together in the Kim T. Adamson Alumni House at Westminster College to support the debut of the 55th volume of Ellipsis April 26. Ellipsis is a literary jour...Read More

Alumni said he landed job at local outdoor company because of Westminster experience

Ethan White is a 26-year-old skier and overall outdoor enthusiast from Rochester, Vermont. He relocated to Utah to attend Westminster College, live out his dream of working in the outdoor industry and...Read More

Students gather for bi-annual Late Night Breakfast as a break from finals

Westminster College students gathered in the Shaw Student Center for the spring semester Late Night Breakfast on Wednesday. Late Night Breakfast is one of many activities put on by the Student Affairs...Read More

Shadow Labor: students, professors affected by emotional labor surrounding sexual assault

This story is the first of a two-part series following the experiences of those performing shadow work to support survivors and prevent sexual violence. You can read the second story here. For Title I...Read More

Shadow labor: students working to prevent sexual violence

This story is the second of a two-part series following the experiences of those performing shadow work to support survivors and prevent sexual violence. You can read the first story here. For Title I...Read More