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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

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

Want to change the world? There’s a class for that

Westminster College’s How to Change the World class provides students with an opportunity to learn through service and volunteer work in the South Salt Lake community. The class is taught by education...Read More

From regulation to ‘support system’: new coordinator wants to shift student perspective on Title IX

When most students and the larger Westminster College community hear the words “Title IX” there is sometimes an uncomfortable feeling of fear or uneasiness that arises. Each semester students receive ...Read More

Vagina Monologue performance is a ‘roller coaster’ experience, according to students

The Vagina Monologues performance provides both a serious and humorous approach to women and female-identifying experiences, students said. According to Westminster College’s website, the Vagina Monol...Read More

Student track, cross country athletes say lack of funding hinders their performance

Westminster’s track and cross country athletics said they need a bigger budget or at least a pair of decent running shoes. Not only are they forced to train off-campus but, according to track and cros...Read More

Tattoo talks: students share why they get their tattoos

“I have a wishbone behind my ear which is for good luck,” said Jessica Garvin, a junior elementary education major. “I have awful luck with life in general and I have a lot of health problems. Also, m...Read More

Dumke Center teaches students how to be politically engaged post-midterm elections

The midterm elections are over and many students at Westminster College may be unsure of what to do now that their ballots have been turned in. In response, the political engagement coordinators for t...Read More

Crosswalk scares: Westminster students express concerns crossing 1300 East

There is at least one thing all 2,509 students at Westminster College have in common: they have all crossed on a crosswalk at least once in their lives. Either by foot, bike or now the popular electri...Read More