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Students assemble kits for Westminster Day of Service

Westminster College student volunteers assembled hygiene kits for refugees in partnership with the International Rescue Committee and educational kits for local K-12 students for Westminster Day of Se...Read More

Utah Oktoberfest promotes cultural understanding for Westminster students

After a year-long hiatus, Westminster College students gathered at Snowbird to celebrate friends, food and culture at the 49th annual Oktoberfest. Utah’s Oktoberfest — a festival rooted in German cult...Read More

ASW Judicial holds extended elections to fill positions

The process of running for the ASW Senate was extended to fill seats following the traditional election cycle for ASW Judicial last Spring.

Students discuss wearing masks in class

As classes move back to in person for the Fall semester, masks are required in all shared, indoor spaces on campus for all individuals (vaccinated or not) consistent with Centers for Disease Control a...Read More

Westminster COVID-19 vaccine attestation reliant on honor code system

This story was updated Oct. 4 8:34 p.m. Westminster College requires all students, faculty and staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Oct. 15 for the 2021-22 academic year.  Westminster comm...Read More

ASW Senate looks to fill seats

ASW Senate held its second general session of the 2021-22 academic year to swear in four new senators, give various updates and discuss open seats Sept. 27. There are currently four open positions in ...Read More

Town hall meets for Westminster at 150 updates

Westminster College administrators, faculty, staff and some students gathered in the Vieve Gore Concert Hall Sept. 24 to engage in a presentation regarding updates to Westminster at 150, the instituti...Read More

Students face uncertainty purchasing parking permits

Campus Patrol requires all vehicles to display a valid parking permit while parked on Westminster College grounds, according to Westminster’s parking services page. With the policy, commuter students,...Read More

Party for Socialism & Liberation opens SLC office

On the heels of Black August, a month-long celebration of the Black Liberation Movement in the United States, the Party for Socialism and Liberation opened the doors to their new Salt Lake City office...Read More

Westminster Director of Counseling talks about imposter syndrome

Since the start of the Fall semester, several Westminster students arrived on Richer Commons for the first time in nearly a year and a half. Forum staff reporter Maddie Cushing wasn’t feeling the warm...Read More

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