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Climate change, education system are priorities for young adults, according to Forum survey

Dealing with climate change and improving education dominate legislature concerns for students at Westminster College, according to a recent survey conducted through a Google Form by The Forum*. The F...Read More

May Term trips resume after two-year hiatus

May Term Study Experiences, including many study-abroad programs, will resume next month after a two-year hiatus. With vaccine rollouts and the pandemic slowing down, Westminster College made a commit...Read More

Westminster College hosts State Boulder Competition Qualifier

Approximately 30 students  competed for spray-painted trophies and other prizes, with the opportunity to represent Westminster College for the first time at the State Bouldering Competition April...Read More

Diverse Book Fair spreads awareness with free, accessible books

The Student Diversity and Inclusion Center hosted the Diverse Book Fair with books the center’s coordinators said encompassed their programs, and offered the selections to the Westminster College comm...Read More

Westminster community works together at Emigration Creek during Earth Day Clean-up

The Dumke Center for Civic Engagement and the Environmental Center jointly organized a Earth Day clean-up project, which provided 15–20 students with buckets, gloves and bags as they picked up trash l...Read More

The challenges of learning a second language in college during a pandemic

“I’ve seen throughout my travels and stuff, how language is such an amazing tool to connect people,” said Cole Porterfield, a senior international business and marketing major. He and Mikey O’Hearn, a...Read More

Westminster artists curate Senior Art Exhibit

The air crackles with energy that can only be produced by the culmination of four years of creative work. Family, professors and peers amble between the temporary walls presenting an array of charcoal...Read More

Westminster removes mask requirements in classrooms

Westminster College relaxed mask requirements on Monday, March 28. The new guidelines only require masks in Student Health Services and the Counseling Center, according to a campus-wide safety email. ...Read More

COVID-19 shows the necessity of accessibility in education

Disability and student wellness have become more of a focus at Westminster College over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Christie Fox, the director of student success and retention.&n...Read More

RPG Night brings fun and games through role-playing

The Disability Justice and Board with Friends clubs collaborated to host RPG Night with micro-role-playing games, or single-session tabletop role-playing games with light rules, March 15. The two club...Read More