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Florence J. Gillmor Hall construction delayed due to supply shortage

Correction A correction was made to this story Dec. 16 at 3:17 p.m. MST. A previous version of this story implied construction on Florence J. Gillmor Hall has been going on for eight years, which is i...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 College’s oldest neighbor: the Wasatch fault

Westminster College sits no more than 100 yards from the Wasatch Fault, meaning  students study and Salt Lake City residents live in a significant geologically active zone, according to Nick Poll...Read More

Westminster Town Hall talks about COVID-19 booster shots, new normal

Westminster College students, staff and faculty met during an ASW Town Hall Oct. 26 to discuss questions regarding the future of Westminster in relation to COVID-19 pandemic. The Town Hall took place ...Read More

Westminster student broadens horizons through frequent travel

“I’ve been to 23 countries and 49 out of the 50 States,” said Cole Porterfield, an avid traveler and senior international business and management major.  “I always try and have a bag packed,” Por...Read More

Gear repair clinic encourages sustainability, inclusivity

The Outdoor Program at Westminster College hosted a gear repair clinic a month after the used gear sale, in the Health, Wellness and Athletic Center Nov. 2. The event was held in an effort to invite s...Read More

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