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Weekly Briefing: Seniors prepare for entering work force, leaving sports behind and life after graduation

The Weekly Briefing gives a small look into the stories The Forum has covered in the past week. This week, we covered the developments of COVID-19 in the state and on campus, how art students are stay...Read More

6 Westminster scholars recognized by National Science Foundation

Six students from Westminster College were awarded fellowships and honorable mentions from the National Science Foundation, providing opportunities for international research and professional developm...Read More

Westminster president holds student forum to gauge concerns around COVID-19

Westminster College President Beth Dobkin addressed COVID-19 concerns Tuesday through an open student forum on Microsoft Teams. Dobkin, along with other staff, discussed topics related to COVID-19 wit...Read More

Giovale Library joins efforts to create 3-D printed masks amid shortage

The Giovale Library has joined efforts to use its 3-D printer to produce face masks for health care workers at the University of Utah, as they face a shortage amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Funds available for students during ‘unprecedented times’

The Westminster College community has come together to provide funds for students displaced after Spring semester changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Westminster website, housing...Read More

How students are adjusting to the new ‘online normal’

Recent updates with COVID-19 have caused schools across the nation to shut down and go online. Westminster College announced the move to go remote March 18, continuing class instruction online through...Read More

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Hello, Griffins! Here at The Forum, we are dedicated to bringing you the latest news and updates on everything we consider important for you to know. With the news cycle constantly changing amid the n...Read More

Weekly Briefing: Students react to COVID-19, ASW holds special election and Westminster’s garden connects community

The Weekly Briefing gives a small look into the stories The Forum has covered in the past week. This week, we covered the developments of COVID-19 in the state and on campus, how students ar...Read More

Out-of-state students say its difficult to handle the pandemic

After Westminster College announced classes will remain online until June 5 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, out-of-state students living on campus are left with the choice to either stay or move back ho...Read More

Despite growing pains, organic garden still connects students together

In 2008 Westminster College welcomed the organic garden: the space available to hold classes and teach students about food accessibility. Christy Clay, chair of environmental studies and professor of ...Read More