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Westminster urges DHS to abandon proposed time limits for international students

Westminster College submitted a comment to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Wednesday, urging it to abandon its proposed rule to limit the time period international students can stay in the co...Read More

Busting ballot myths with two weeks left to vote

As Election Day quickly approaches on Nov. 3, some may be struggling to understand and identify misinformation about mail-in voting.

Candidates quarrel on healthcare, pandemic response in Monday debate

Candidates for Utah’s 2nd Congressional District faced off in their first and only debate Monday night, marking clear distinctions between themselves.

House Hunters: The search for off-campus living amid a pandemic

Two college students, two states, one realtor.   Anna Zielinski’s summer was anything but normal. After being granted an off-campus exemption, she and her roommate began their search for a p...Read More

Candidates face off in debate, drawing lines between key issues

Candidates for Utah’s 3rd Congressional District faced off in a debate Thursday night, seeking to separate on issues where they’re fairly similar.

Interim Dean of Students to transfer to U, leaving legacy of diversity efforts

Interim Dean of Students Daniel Cairo will transfer from Westminster College at the end of the month, taking on a new position at the University of Utah, the administration announced Thursday. Cairo w...Read More

Partisan lines blur as candidates vie for 4th Congressional District

Rep. Ben McAdams (D-UT) faces challenger Burgess Owens, a former NFL player, in their first and only debate for Utah's 4th Congressional District Oct. 12.

The digital divide: How it affects students amid the pandemic

With the newly-implemented online class schedule, the digital divide has grown during the COVID-19 pandemic. Students who don’t have access to computers struggle to get their work done. The digital di...Read More

Worlds collide: VP candidates clash during debate, leaving questions unanswered

Candidates Mike Pence and Kamala Harris clashed on a number of issues during the vice presidential debate, creating a contrast between the two campaigns.

Westminster updates Spring schedule: Semester begins late, Spring Break cut short

Westminster College updated its Spring schedule, beginning the semester a day later and implementing a two-day Spring Break. The semester will begin late on Thursday, Jan. 14. The school will then con...Read More