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‘Human beings are mathematical beings,’ guest speaker tells Westminster students

Many students aren’t given the tools they need to learn math. This results in a fear, or even resentment, of mathematics, ultimately harming students in the long run.  That was the message from G...Read More

Iron Chef competition brings backcountry cooking to campus

The Backcountry Iron Chef event, a cooking competition created and run by the Outdoor Program, encouraged students to create “the best meal using only backcountry cooking equipment and ingredients,” a...Read More

Student Wellness Fair promotes a variety of resources, support for Westminster community

Westminster University’s integrated approach to wellness empowers students to “live a healthy life, develop confidence and create [their] community on campus,” according to Westminster’s integra...Read More

Slacklining event aims to increase student engagement with Outdoor Program

The Outdoor Program staff organized a Slack and Slice event aimed at getting students interested in what the program offers on Sep. 13 by the bouldering wall outside Bassis Student Center, according t...Read More

Students, faculty express concerns over rising inflation, cost of living

As inflation continues to climb, today’s “broke college students” find themselves broker than their predecessors, according to a study conducted by Move.org. The average cost of living has gone up by ...Read More

Westminster community participates in Community Time with Clubs, Organizations Fair

Chris Ledyard, a junior undeclared major, said he and other students spent their afternoon signing up for clubs at the Clubs and Organizations Fair in Richer Commons on Aug. 31, during Community Time....Read More

The Coffee Shop replaces Griff’s Roost amidst Westminster University, Sodexo partnership

Westminster University now offers espresso, chai and frappe drinks in Bassis Student Center where Griff’s Roost used to occupy, over a week after the Fall semester commenced. Dubbed “Coffee Shop” by s...Read More

Westminster community book club dives into ideas of “acceptable” bodies in “The Body is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self Love”

“Living in a female body, a Black body, an aging body, a fat body, a body with mental illness, is to awaken daily to a planet that expects a certain set of apologies to already live on our tongues,” a...Read More

Climate activist shares “doing better” solutions for the climate crisis

Josie Gerritsen is a Media Writing I student who won the Aspiring Forum Journalist Prize for her work covering the Kim T. Adamson Lecture in International Studies. “The human race is responding to cli...Read More

Student engagement librarians offer resources, guidance for Westminster community

Katherine Tucker Paterson, a student engagement librarian at Giovale Library, said she encourages students to utilize the librarians’ guidance and assistance in addition to the resources offered at Gi...Read More