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Changing your grade: it can be done, but could be more difficult than you think

Miscommunication, misunderstanding or different expectations can be frustrating for a student and professor. There may be a feeling that the grade a professor gives is permanent, especially when it co...Read More

Libraries still relevant in the face of technological change

Libraries are still important community resources despite changes in how people get their information and subsequent budget cuts, according to librarians. Public library’s budgets have been on the dec...Read More

Frederick Douglass Transcribe-a-thon allows everyone to preserve history from home

Anybody with a computer and internet access has the ability to preserve history, according to Christopher LeCluyse, professor of English and director of the Writing Center at Westminster College. The ...Read More

Students practice self-care, make homemade soap bars for single mothers’ resource center

Students design bars of soap to kick off stigma-free week at Westminster College on Tuesday. Attendees created soap for themselves as well as making bars to donated to Women Helping Women, a project l...Read More

Community confused regarding perceived ‘wet campus’ alcohol policy

Although liquor is legally allowed on campus and at authorized, college-sponsored events, the Westminster College community seems unclear whether this makes Westminster a ‘wet campus.’ In a survey con...Read More

News about the Loo posters effective way to reach students, Career Center staff says

It’s Friday morning, and as Westminster College’s campus slowly fills up with students, faculty and staff, somebody is visiting every bathroom on campus to exchange 190 yellow “Career News in the Loo”...Read More

Westminster ‘Stars’ compete for charities, Planned Parenthood to receive proceeds

The Dumke Student theatre is dimly lit with an orange hue as audience members wait in anticipation for Dancing with the Stars on Saturday. Hosted by Westminster Theatre Society and Westminster Dance S...Read More

Anger can improve our future, according to guest lecturer

Although anger tends to have damaging effects on society, it might be the answer to improving the future of humanity, according to a guest lecturer at the University of Utah on Friday. The event title...Read More

Gender-affirming wardrobe event helps people express identity organizers say

Colorful lights flashing, upbeat music playing, lively conversations and clothes, lots and lots of clothes. This was the backdrop of Westminster College’s gender affirming wardrobe event on Feb. 22 in...Read More

Ladies lacking at HWAC’s Ladies’ Climbing Hour

Attendance of women at Ladies’ Climbing Hour at Westminster College’s Health, Wellness and Athletic Center (HWAC) has remained low, according to climbing wall staff. Women’s Climbing Hour takes place ...Read More