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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 implements revised course evaluation instrument to elicit more objective feedback

In the 2021 Spring semester, Westminster College implemented a revised course evaluation instrument after faculty voted to amend the previous survey-based evaluation system Oct. 2020, according to Wes...Read More

AAPI Life Night Market brings comfort and unity through food

Onigiri, red bean mochi soup, lumpia, spring rolls and kalua pork, all arranged neatly on tables adorned with red tablecloths. Smells of food wafted through the Health, Wellness and Athletic Center Sp...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

Aunika Woodbury shares passion for painting

“I think art is important because obviously it’s a really great way to express yourself, and put your feelings just down,” said junior art major Aunika Woodbury. “I feel like it’s similar to writing i...Read More

Celebration of Light honors diversity of faith traditions

“I’m hoping we come together in a new way, a better way and a closer way, then we ever have before,” said Jan Saeed, the director of Westminster College’s Global Peace and Spirituality Center.  S...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

Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante restoration continues conversation surrounding land use

National Monuments Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante were restored by President Joe Biden Oct. 7, springing celebrations among Indigenous nations, conservationists and wilderness preservation m...Read More

Westminster professor Christy Clay describes food systems, climate change in local communities

“I think some really important things for students to understand — and this is where the nexus of the issue of drought and climate change come to be — our food system is inherently dependent on water,...Read More