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Giovale Library is underused with lots of potential, according to circulation desk manager Mitzi Farnsworth

Giovale Library has resources for students that should be utilized more, according to circulation desk worker Mitzi Farnsworth, a 47-year-old history major. Farnsworth said she has worked at the libra...Read More

Westminster opens doors for diversity, equity with tuition-free program

The Westminster Commitment is a tuition-free Westminster College program with the potential to encourage college attendance for incoming students who are statistically left out due to financial barrie...Read More

Students, faculty respond to Westminster University name change

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story published misspelled Django Clarke. This error is now fixed. Westminster College will become Westminster University as of Fall 2023, according to a social ...Read More

Students promote community-building, connection at Center for Centers Open House

Students weaved in and out of the Center for Centers open house, which featured a conglomeration of Dumke Center for Civic Engagement, the Environmental Center and Student Diversity and Inclusion admi...Read More

Students reflect on Westminster’s George Washington statue

Before any student from Stock Hall, Behnken Hall or Olwell Hall can walk to Westminster College’s residential parking lot, they must pass a 3 feet by 9 feet bust of George Washington’s expressionless ...Read More

Integrated Wellness Fair orients students with on-campus resources

Students and faculty members congregated into Shaw Student Center to learn about wellness programs provided on campus at Westminster College’s Integrated Wellness Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 13.  The ...Read More

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