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The myth of multitasking

A student sits in the Bassis Student Center, reading, eating and listening to music loud enough for others to hear—one example of multitasking, a habit that may be negative for productivity and mental...Read More

Chamber singers host Valentine Concert for Bon Voyage Tour

For the past month, Westminster’s Chamber Singers have been preparing for their Valentine Concert in order to raise money for an upcoming musical tour of France. The Chamber Singers are an elite,...Read More

Bringing community to the classroom: A touch of Nepal at Westminster

Westminster’s Ranjan Adiga, English professor, holds a new perspective about the college’s atmosphere, which he developed as a result of growing up in Nepal and traveling all over the world. Befo...Read More

Art opportunities on campus

Students have many options to get involved with arts on campus. They can sing, act, dance, paint, draw, write, play, sew and even do makeup. Westminster offers a variety of different art opportun...Read More

Shedding the stigma: suicide and mental health at Westminster

Tuition payments due, books to buy, assignments piling up, the pressure of getting good grades, maintaining important relationships and trying to balance life on top of it all. College can be an incre...Read More

Hillel talks Star Wars, Jews and Jedis

What do Judaism and Star Wars have in common, and what’s the Force really about? Rabbi David Levinsky from Park City held a discussion on the parallels between the major motion picture and faith as pa...Read More

New Year, new ASW

With the new year comes New Year’s resolutions, but unlike other years, this year Westminster’s student government had a different kind of resolution in mind. Previously, ASWC underwent a rebrand...Read More

Creating global community

Three Westminster students and two professors are asking questions about global crises and global change and are now asking the Westminster student body and alums to join in their questioning. This Ap...Read More

Bastian Lecture keynote speaker addresses unjust systematic issues

“Martin Luther King keep the dream alive,” echoed down 2100 South just about an hour before Dr. Robin DiAngelo took stage. After a march celebrating Martin Luther King Day and his work members of...Read More

President Morgan issues statement about diversity and inclusivity on campus

To the Associated Students of Westminster and our entire Westminster Community:Last week, like you, I received the letter of support prepared by the Associated Students of Westminster regarding studen...Read More