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President Dobkin’s Book Talk celebrates identity, leadership during Women’s Week

President Beth Dobkin hosted a talk centered around the book The Daily Laws: 366 Meditations on Power, Seduction, Mastery, Strategy, and Human Nature on Thursday at Giovale Library in observance of Wo...Read More

‘Relax and be yourself’: Lecturer advises Westminster students on public speaking

Public speaking, or glossophobia, is one of the most commonly held situational fears among people, according to an article published by Verywell Health. Roughly 77% of the general population is affect...Read More

Students give feedback on Sodexo dining partnership

Nikki Hardinger, general manager of Sodexo at Westminster University, said the dining service is here to help people feel welcomed and happily fed. “We’re just here to serve good food and keep people ...Read More

‘No one believed in us,’ says Butterslabs business owner and Westminster alum

Westminster University alum Mike Spaeth said post-graduation he continues to pursue his passion of running his own clothing brand, “Butterslabs,” while working at a finance job in Salt Lake City. Spae...Read More

Campus safety at the forefront of Westminster community’s minds

Safety on college campuses is one of the main factors that influence students when choosing where their new home will be, according to Blaise Wikstrom, a junior history major. Westminster University’s...Read More

Westminster center explores leadership with community conversation

The Gore Giovale Center for Innovative Leadership collaborates with the Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business to assemble panel discussions for students and the Westminster University community to at...Read More

Men’s golf team welcomes new coach to the greens

Westminster University Griffins Athletics announced David Tottori as the new men’s golf team coach Oct. 12, according to a press release by Griffins Athletics.  Tottori is the latest hire since D...Read More

Outdoor Program completes first ever student-led rafting trip

Red rocks ascend from the desert soil towards a cloudless blue sky. Two yellow rafts with “Westminster” stamped on the side float along the Colorado River in Moab, Utah.  After paddling through 1...Read More

International Festival celebrates culture, promotes unity, according to ASW president

The International Festival, which was the first large event of the year put on by ASW, encouraged students to come together to celebrate the different cultures on campus, according to Leah Stevenson, ...Read More

‘Human beings are mathematical beings,’ guest speaker tells Westminster students

Many students aren’t given the tools they need to learn math. This results in a fear, or even resentment, of mathematics, ultimately harming students in the long run.  That was the message from G...Read More