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Westminster announces Spring COVID-19 updates, flexible start to semester

Westminster College announced the first two weeks of Spring semester will “be flexible” to mitigate the impact of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, according to the COVID updates webpage. Professors ma...Read More

Low student on-campus employment creates workplace difficulties

At Westminster College, many on-campus job positions remain unfilled despite being halfway through the 2021-22 school year, according to President Beth Dobkin. Utah has one of the lowest unemployment ...Read More

Kayaker, paraglider Macie Brendlinger on managing risk, passion for extreme sports

Macie Brendlinger, a sophomore nursing major at Westminster College, has a zest for thrill, with paragliding and whitewater kayaking being her adrenaline-inducing mechanisms of choice. Brendlinger sai...Read More

First-year Westminster students face their first round of college finals

“Overall, my first semester went well,” said Kiva Call-Feit, a first-year elementary education major, in an email. “My senior year of high school was completely online, so shifting to in-person classe...Read More

Westminster students say guilt-based eco-marketing is ineffective

Westminster College, like many schools and organizations, encourages eco-friendly behaviors through the use of marketing such as signage and stickers around campus. While members of the Westminster co...Read More

Annual Westminster Staff Council Pie Auction brings college community together

Only 15 minutes after the Annual Staff Council Pie Auction began in Bassis Student Center Nov. 19, over 40 people were in attendance. The reason? Attendees said they question who could ever say no to ...Read More

Supply chain disruptions impact Westminster community

“At [Shaw Student Center], we’ve seen disruptions with meat and produce due to production shortages or transportation issues,” said Tony DiRaddo, the general manager of Café Bon Appétit in the Shaw Ce...Read More

Westminster students say ASW Casino Night gives a glimpse into adulthood

What screams “adulthood” louder than gambling and mocktails? Attendees at ASW’s annual Casino Night Nov. 18, located in Westminster on the Draw, said they thought the event hit the mark when it came t...Read More

Westminster student competes at Shred Fest

Shred Fest, a two-day winter kickoff festival, celebrated the start of the season with live music, film screenings, vendors, food trucks and breweries Nov. 5-6.  Marea Adams, a sophomore environm...Read More