New mentoring program helps students transition into college life

It can be difficult for incoming first-year students to feel engaged and understand the ins and outs of college beyond academics. It can get tricky navigating new relationships and the nuances of coll...Read More

Welcome to the first-year student senators

Grayson Massey and Gabi Sanchez are the new senators representing the class of 2019’s first-year students.The vote was close, but they each took the election by almost 30 percent. Massey received 46 v...Read More

Meet Larry West, the “Electra” director

The 45th annual Classical Greek Theatre Festival kicked off its month-long run at Westminster College with the show Electra, directed by Larry West.The Classical Greek Theatre Festival (CGTF) is an an...Read More

Westminster under investigation by Office for Civil Rights

Westminster’s campus will host federal officials from the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) in the first week of November in response to a complaint about Westminster’s handling of a sexual assault case i...Read More

A new Griffin on campus: Sylvia O’Hara

Sylvia O’Hara joins Westminster’s staff as the new executive director for the Center for Veteran and Military Services.O’Hara was born in Woodruff, Utah (a farming community located up north) and spen...Read More

Growing from its roots

Created over a year ago in the depths of the photo lab—over the course of many late nights—Root Magazine is now in its second year, and it is moving stronger than before.“[Root] is an outlet for expre...Read More

Keeping up with Jane

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s Jane Jerman. Jerman must fly around campus cape-clad with all the work she does for the Westminster community.Jerman is all purple and gold and might as well dawn t...Read More

Welcoming the class of 2019

More than 470 first-year students will call Westminster College home for the 2018–2019 academic year with new opportunities this fall.This year, Westminster College attracted 56 percent of its student...Read More

Global Perspectives: A Lost Boy in Sudan

“If you don’t get nervous, then how can you connect to people?” Dut Bior said. Bior presented in the Bill and Vieve Gore Auditorium on Aug. 18 during SAC’s kick-off of its Taboo Talk series. At just f...Read More

Getting to know students around the pingpong table

Mark Ferne challenges students to Defeat the Dean in hopes of connecting with them over a game of pingpong.Ferne arrived at Westminster in January 2002 and was named the dean of students in June 2004....Read More