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Fall sports will be delayed with conference-only season

The start of the fall sports season will be delayed until mid-September with a conference-only season, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) President’s Council voted Monday. The decisio...Read More

Westminster releases orientation schedules, implementing hybrid program

Westminster College released its orientation schedules for the Fall semester Monday, implementing a hybrid program consisting of both in-person and virtual activities. Scheduled orientation programs w...Read More

Student athletes kickstart summer training, look ahead to fall season

With fall sports just one month away from season openings, some student athletes are hitting the gym for voluntary summer training. With spring seasons cut short mid-March because of the COVID-19 pand...Read More

UPDATE: ICE rules newly-enrolled international students must take in-person classes or be barred from entering U.S.

Update: The Trump administration reversed its decision on initial regulations from U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) — stating that international college students whose classes move enti...Read More

Opinion: Journalists of color to follow

For journalists, bias starts when they walk into the newsroom. Who a journalist is and the identities they carry with them influence how they report on a story — whether they want it to or not. ...Read More

Westminster is returning to campus in the fall — but it won’t look the same

Westminster College announced in May it would be returning to in-person classes in the fall with some modifications to the academic calendar. However, on-campus life won’t look the same as it di...Read More

Live Election Results: Spencer Cox wins GOP nomination for governor

Utah held its primary election Tuesday, with first preliminary results being released at 10 p.m. This year, the state debuted its all mail-in ballot election — with no in-person polls open to av...Read More

ASW, administration give students glimpse into Fall semester during virtual town hall

ASW leadership and faculty members detailed Tuesday some of the current plans to re-open Westminster College’s campus this fall during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic.  ASW President Obaid Barakz...Read More

Westminster to waive ACT, SAT requirements, making it optional

Westminster College will waive its requirements for ACT or SAT scores as part of its enrollment application beginning in the Fall of 2021. The college will make test score submissions optional, creati...Read More

Administration removes 8 full-time faculty positions ahead of Fall semester

Westminster College removed eight full-time faculty positions as part of ongoing efforts to balance the college’s budget, according to an email President Beth Dobkin sent to faculty and staff. T...Read More