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Westminster College student reflects on his experience at the Paralympic Games

Top athletes competed in the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea this past March — including at least one student from Westminster College. Andrew Haraghey, a senior public health...Read More

Some Westminster students say flow arts help them cope with stress

Some Westminster College students have found a nontraditional stress-reliever, meditational form and workout through ‘flow arts’ — a genre of creative movement that gained popularity in recent years t...Read More

Student twins go from wombmates to teammates

Sport families are common, but sports twins are a little harder to find. Cole and Chase Flinders, who started playing lacrosse in seventh grade, have continued to play together through the past nine y...Read More

Environmental Studies students celebrate Emigration Creek

Creek Week, sponsored by the Environmental Studies 101 class at Westminster College, looked to teach students about the challenges and opportunities of natural spaces on campus during the last week of...Read More

Regrets and takeaways: Westminster seniors reflect on their last few days at Westminster

As Westminster College seniors prepare face their last few days of their undergraduate careers, I sat down with three seniors to talk to them about their experience — regrets, what they’ll miss and wh...Read More

Student bridges artistic disciplines to bring people together

Though Indigo Cook only transferred to Westminster College two years ago, her enthusiasm for collaborating with artists across disciplines has left an impression on the community. Cook, a senior and t...Read More

Annual Earth Day celebration highlights waste at Westminster

Westminster College’s 12th annual Earth Day celebration set out to achieve two things: connect students with ways to get involved and celebrate the work students have accomplished during the past year...Read More

Westminster’s START Center slated to close next month

Westminster College’s START Center — which provides students with academic advising, placement testing, peer tutoring and looks to ease the transition from high school to college — will close May 4. A...Read More

Disrupting the binary: Members of Westminster’s gender queer community look to live a life without gender

Public bathroom doors are adorned with male and female stick figures indicating which to enter. Clothing is divided into separate sections for men and women. Color-coded toys specify which are for boy...Read More

Young adults more likely to go meat-free, Westminster echoes the trend

Younger generations are statistically more likely to have veggie-based diets than those in older generations. In fact, around 12 percent of Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 are either vegan or ...Read More