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ASW reports 19% decrease in budget with nearly half toward scholarships, associate pay

ASW reported a 19% decrease in its overall budget for the 2020-21 academic year, according to its annual report released at the end of December. Almost every area experienced a moderate decline in fun...Read More

Speakers emphasize diversity, democracy during first-ever virtual MLK rally

Westminster College kicked off its annual MLK Celebration Week, hosting its first-ever virtual rally followed by a Community Conversation Monday morning to reflect on Martin Luther King Jr.’s work and...Read More

President Dobkin responds to violence, unrest in DC calling it ‘an attempt to subvert’ democracy

Westminster College President Beth Dobkin responded to the violent protest outside the U.S. Capitol Wednesday while Congress prepared to certify the presidential election, calling it “an attempt...Read More

Monday on a Friday? Spring semester begins at end of week to compensate for holiday weekend

As Spring semester approaches, Westminster College will debut a new schedule beginning on a Thursday -- with an academic Monday, held on a Friday, immediately following.

Newly-opened Allen Park closes for winter due to safety reasons

Since opening to the public, the revived park has seen hundreds of visitors. The demands of winter maintenance led the city to close the park until spring.

COVID-19 hotline will be available to students for virus questions, school policies

A newly-implemented COVID-19 hotline will be available during the first three weeks of the Spring semester, addressing questions about the coronavirus and school policies.

2020 was a crazy year. Here were some of its biggest moments.

Throughout the unprecedented times and ongoing uncertainty of 2020, The Forum has been here reporting on it all for the Westminster College community. So now we proudly present to you our top 10 posts...Read More

New research guidelines prompt concern among faculty, but IRB says not much will change

The Institutional Review Board (IRB) at Westminster updated its guidelines for research projects, requiring students to submit proposals to keep on file.

State won’t require Westminster to do bi-weekly COVID testing, will continue with same protocols

Westminster College will not need to follow the statewide requirements of bi-weekly COVID-19 testing for students, continuing with its same protocols for the Spring semester.

May Term Study Experiences canceled for 2nd year in a row

Westminster College’s annual May Term Study Experience trips are canceled for the May 2021 semester, making it the second year in a row the study abroad trips have been called off amid the COVID...Read More