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Men’s basketball sweeps weekend, wins 5th straight game

The Westminster College men’s basketball team won its fourth and fifth games in a row against Adams State and Fort Lewis on the road. The team held off a strong second-half comeback attempt agai...Read More

Hate answering family member’s Thanksgiving questions? We’ve got you.

 Note: These are sarcastic responses, use them at your own risk. Thanksgiving is a holiday filled with wonderful food, a needed break from school, football and questions you don’t want to answer ...Read More

Westminster student speaks out for immigrants, refugees in Salt Lake community

Several New Americans created an intimate atmosphere as they shared their personal experiences of immigrating to the U.S. at the Salt Lake City Main Library Sept. 20.  The presentation titled “Ro...Read More

Westminster concierge desk: We get discounts for what?

The concierge desk at Westminster has a list of student discounts from local businesses, but unless you ask stores you could be missing out. Reece Rhodes, a junior physics major and student worker at ...Read More

Be aware of bias, push into unwelcome spaces, say Latinx panelists

Being Latinx in politics means you must push your way into spaces you might not otherwise be welcome in, according to panelists at the Latinx Identities in Politics panel Thursday in the Gore Auditori...Read More

Westminster and Utah students advocate, lobby against gun violence

Imagine going to school, the movie theater or simply taking a drive in your car. These are all normal, daily activities for many Americans. These acts, however, have become riddled with deaths and gun...Read More

Westminster student faces misconceptions surrounding service animals

Service animals are allowed to be anywhere the public is and are not required to wear identification, according to the Americans with Disabilities Act.  This is not common knowledge to most, maki...Read More

Racial bias influences everyone but can be overcome, according to leading expert

Racial bias is something everyone is vulnerable to and is often triggered by certain situations, according to Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt who was Wednesday’s guest lecturer for the B. W. Bastian lecture se...Read More

Rape, suicide, addiction: Westminster alum creates dialogue through new movie

“City of Salt,” an independent film written and directed by a Westminster College alum, has reached its final stages of production and is poised for release this coming winter. Alicia Farmer, writer, ...Read More

How my month as a cheerleader convinced me cheer is a sport

I have played basketball, football, soccer, baseball and even did a bit of karate, however, cheer is the only sport where I’ve been kicked in the face. From my month as a cheerleader on the Westminste...Read More

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