Students reflect on performing without live audience during Winter Music Festival

Music filled the empty Jewett Center for the Performing Arts as the Westminster Jazz Ensemble performed Friday night for the annual Winter Music Festival. This year, the music festival looked and felt...Read More

The ‘other side’ of the School of Music: Technology classes delve into music production

When thinking about a school of music, people may just think about instruments, like guitar, piano, strings and woodwinds. However, there is another side of music that can go unnoticed: audio engineer...Read More

English professor shares value of otherness in poetry series

Natasha Sajé, English professor at Westminster College, suggested that dedicated spaces for otherness in society are necessary in her Thursday evening poetry reading from her memoir “Terroir: Love Out...Read More

President Dobkin, ASW reaffirm commitment to building community at CommUNITY Talks event

ASW hosted a CommUNITY Talks event Wednesday where they facilitated a conversation with President Beth Dobkin about the importance of building community at Westminster College. According to ASW Presid...Read More

Alum reveals himself as founder of ‘Westmini Griffin’ satire Instagram page

The secret is out: Westminster College alum Max White revealed himself to be the creative mind behind The Griffin -- a satirical news and meme page on Instagram that gained widespread popularity acros...Read More

New interim dean seeks to pursue passion, help students succeed

Dr. Glenn Smith most recently served as the provost and vice president of student engagement and innovation at the National University of Natural Medicine, in Portland, Oregon. While there, he served ...Read More

Army student studies behavioral counseling to shatter soldier stereotypes

Ever since he was a kid, Joe Richardson knew he wanted to enlist in the military. Growing up with two active-duty parents, it was hard to imagine anything else.  Initially, he wanted to attend a ...Read More

Westminster reports highest weekly COVID increase with 20 cases

Westminster College reported 20 new COVID-19 cases Friday, the highest weekly increase the school has seen since the beginning of the semester.

Zoom theatre performance provides relief, inspiration for Westminster actors

“Fefu and Her Friends”: a story filled with such emotion, it seeped through the computer screen. Behind Zoom screens, actors recited lines not from a stage, but from the comfort of their own spaces.&n...Read More

Dancing in the dark: Westminster dancers create way to perform during pandemic

When the pandemic hit, many in-person dance classes turned into online Zoom links. Group performances were soon solo practice. Large performances were suddenly canceled.   “We went so long w...Read More