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ASW unveils COVID-19 relief fund with money left over from budgets

ASW announced Wednesday it would be supporting students displaced from the spread of coronavirus through a new COVID-19 relief fund. The student leaders say they can provide up to $400 per request, bu...Read More

How students are adjusting to the new ‘online normal’

Recent updates with COVID-19 have caused schools across the nation to shut down and go online. Westminster College announced the move to go remote March 18, continuing class instruction online through...Read More

Skateboarding becomes more inclusive as women create community groups, say Westminster skateboarders

As a kid, Kyra Teply dreamed of surfing as she watched Lilo & Stitch in her living room. However, there were two problems: she didn’t know how to surf and she didn’t live by the ocean.  To re...Read More

Salt Lake County mayor issues stay-at-home order

Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson issued a stay-at-home order for the entire county Sunday afternoon, shifting the preventative guidelines from Gov. Gary Herbert as mandatory. The order goes into ef...Read More

Weekly Briefing: Students react to COVID-19, ASW holds special election and Westminster’s garden connects community

The Weekly Briefing gives a small look into the stories The Forum has covered in the past week. This week, we covered the developments of COVID-19 in the state and on campus, how students ar...Read More

Out-of-state students say its difficult to handle the pandemic

After Westminster College announced classes will remain online until June 5 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, out-of-state students living on campus are left with the choice to either stay or move back ho...Read More

Student returns from study abroad trip, says he doesn’t know what ‘safe’ means anymore

Blaine Whitford, a Westminster College student, was on a study abroad trip in Morocco when the coronavirus pandemic began to shut down the world. His classes were moved online for the rest of the seme...Read More

ASW holds special election for clubs president virtually

ASW is holding its special election for the clubs president position virtually on Canvas, after classes have been moved online for the rest of Spring semester. Candidates adapted to the remote electio...Read More

Despite growing pains, organic garden still connects students together

In 2008 Westminster College welcomed the organic garden: the space available to hold classes and teach students about food accessibility. Christy Clay, chair of environmental studies and professor of ...Read More

It’s not over yet: Construction crews prep 1300 East for Phase 2

Four months after the completion of the first phase of construction on 1300 East, SLC.gov is preparing to start the next phase of its project. Phase two will begin in May, and will stretch from 1700 S...Read More