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Westminster community book club dives into ideas of “acceptable” bodies in “The Body is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self Love”

“Living in a female body, a Black body, an aging body, a fat body, a body with mental illness, is to awaken daily to a planet that expects a certain set of apologies to already live on our tongues,” a...Read More

Climate activist shares “doing better” solutions for the climate crisis

Josie Gerritsen is a Media Writing I student who won the Aspiring Forum Journalist Prize for her work covering the Kim T. Adamson Lecture in International Studies. “The human race is responding to cli...Read More

Student engagement librarians offer resources, guidance for Westminster community

Katherine Tucker Paterson, a student engagement librarian at Giovale Library, said she encourages students to utilize the librarians’ guidance and assistance in addition to the resources offered at Gi...Read More

Less than 2% of the population: Westminster community unpacks, analyzes being Black at a primarily white Utah college

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story misspelled Isaac Cortes. That error is now fixed. This story was initially written in Fall 2022 by former Forum reporter Lalise Eshete. At Westminster Coll...Read More

Shaw brings back eco-container program, charges additional 50 cents for regular to-go containers

Bon Appétit reinstated their eco-container program in Shaw Dining Hall for Spring semester, an initiative which was discontinued in Fall 2020 as a safety measure during the pandemic, according to a pr...Read More

Griff’s Roost barista seeks to improve cafe for Westminster community

This story was initially written in Fall 2022 by former Forum reporter Madi Goddard. Chris Forbush, a barista at Griff’s Roost Cafe, said he would like to see the space become a place for the communit...Read More

First in-person Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Luncheon since COVID recognizes ‘Bodies on the Line’

The Westminster College Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion hosted the first in-person Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Luncheon since COVID-19 on Friday, Jan. 20. The event identified and honored “...Read More

Westminster Career Center equips students to enter a competitive workforce

The Kim T. Adamson Alumni House of Westminster College hosted a ‘Take a Griffin to Lunch’ tabling event Tuesday, where students were invited to sign up for a mentor opportunity which pairs...Read More

Westminster students reopen multipurpose art space in Sugar House

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story published misspelled 2006: Space Oddity. This error is now fixed. Westminster College students Kyle Pickering, a junior business management major, and Nya ...Read More

Westminster Alum elevates importance of name identity via photography project

“Call Me by My Name,” a collage of portraits photographed by Westminster alum Janessa Ilada, raises awareness about the importance of names to Asian American and Pacific Islander’s identity, according...Read More