Incoming first-year students experience two major milestones amid COVID-19

In the 150 days since the World Health Organization declared the Covid-19 a global pandemic, major life events have continued. These could be birthdays, weddings or graduating high school. For incomin...Read More

Students required to download contact tracing phone app for Fall semester; details remain vague

Students at Westminster College will be required to download a new tracking app — called “Westminster Safe” — during the Fall semester in an effort to track and prevent the spread of the c...Read More

Westminster faculty, staff address racial issues within academics in wake of BLM protests

Many of Westminster College’s faculty are working to address racial issues within academics and promote conversations about racism in the classroom in wake of the recent Black Lives Matter protests.&n...Read More

Students concerned about returning to campus despite new safety guidelines

The Forum recognizes the concerns that come with returning to campus. The Westminster College administration has implemented several safety guidelines in accordance with local health professionals’ su...Read More

Westminster releases orientation schedules, implementing hybrid program

Westminster College released its orientation schedules for the Fall semester Monday, implementing a hybrid program consisting of both in-person and virtual activities. Scheduled orientation programs w...Read More

Westminster is returning to campus in the fall — but it won’t look the same

Westminster College announced in May it would be returning to in-person classes in the fall with some modifications to the academic calendar. However, on-campus life won’t look the same as it di...Read More

Westminster to waive ACT, SAT requirements, making it optional

Westminster College will waive its requirements for ACT or SAT scores as part of its enrollment application beginning in the Fall of 2021. The college will make test score submissions optional, creati...Read More

‘Bad apples’ stem from rotten trees, say Westminster faculty

The death of George Floyd -- a Black Minneapolis resident who was killed in police custody May 25 -- has ignited a global movement of protests for justice.

WATCH: Students celebrate 21st birthdays in quarantine

College students turning 21 in quarantine are waiting for their chance to celebrate by going out to bars and clubs with their friends. For some, they say it feels like they’re missing out on an ...Read More

Graduating seniors perform capstone projects virtually to complete major requirements

The class of 2020 is the first to graduate remotely in the midst of a worldwide pandemic. Westminster College’s class of 2020 is also the first to graduate under the school’s new curriculum: WCore.&nb...Read More