Local director brings “Don Juan” to life

Westminster’s latest theatre production “Don Juan Comes Back from The War,” debuted Nov. 12 with the support, passion and guidance of local guest director, Mark Fossen.“Don Juan Comes Back from the Wa...Read More

Feds arrive on campus for on-going sexual assault investigation

One in five women are victims of sexual assault in their college career, according to a study by the Association of American Universities. In recent years, college communities have tried to combat and...Read More

New name, new design; welcome to ASW.

Ever think SAC was different than ASWC and student government? Many students did. The Associated Students of Westminster College (ASWC) is rebranding to create structural cohesiveness, a change that w...Read More

SAC’s annual Casino Night

Westminster students tested their card-counting prowess and luck with the dice at “Casino Night,” one of SAC’s largest annual events, which was hosted Nov. 4 at the Draw.They called, raised and folded...Read More

An inside look at mental health on campus

To combat the growing issue of mental health among college students, Westminster has put programs in place to help Griffins stay mentally healthy, including the Counseling Center, Outdoor Recreation P...Read More

Three places to volunteer during the holidays

With Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Christmas coming around the corner, many students are looking for ways to give back to their community. Many places throughout the valley are looking for volun...Read More

Hunger Banquet educates students about hunger globally and locally

Outside the Center of Civic Engagement, students await to participate in this year's Hunger Banquet. In exchange for donations, participants received a piece of paper randomly assigning them to their ...Read More

Center for Veteran and Military Services honors Veterans

The recently opened Westminster Center for Veteran and Military Services held an open house on Nov. 11 to honor veterans in the Westminster community and beyond.The table at the Veterans Center was fi...Read More

Westminster Student Government 101

The term “student government” might conjure memories of cheesy handcrafted posters hanging in high school hallways. Yet, sitting in a Westminster Senate meeting on a dark Monday night, students may fi...Read More

LGBTQ issues take center stage during Westminster’s pride week

Ranked as the gayest city in the United States by The Advocate—the oldest bi-monthly LGBTQ publication published in New York—Salt Lake City is making a name for itself in the LGBTQ community, and West...Read More