Allison Smith, junior theatre performance major and founder of the Leading Ladies performance group, will premiere her latest production on domestic violence on April 16. Smith’s latest production, “The Experienced,” isn’t a traditional play. The performance consists of monologues, interviews with domestic violence victims, dance, slam poetry and more. “We … Continue reading
“It’s a great place to be [Westminster] and I’m really happy that I can continue to be here and I can work with everybody at this point,” Gentile said. Watch for the full story in The Forum’s next issue coming out March 25.
Westminster voice faculty, along with other musicians from the community, performed at Westminster on Feb. 23. A music group called Utopia, co-founded by Chris LeCluyse, English professor, sang in the “Dances of Love” concert series along with Michael Chipman, assistant professor of music, and Aubrey Adams-McMillan, voice professor. The duo … Continue reading
Root Magazine is a student led publication that features work from both students and alumni. The intention is to highlight the work they do in the off-campus community. The idea of Root was thought up by Emily Senkosky, senior communication major, and friends about a year ago while in conversation … Continue reading
Chris Hoffman is a Westminster College alumnus and creator of Salt City Strangers, a comic about the all volunteer-based team of costumed heroes who protect the mean streets of Salt Lake City from supernatural threats. When can we expect your new issue? We have three issues out right now. Issue … Continue reading
Drones, stretchy stain-resistant pants and caffeinated orange juice. What do all these things have in common? Opportunity Quest, Westminster’s annual business plan competition put on by The Center for Entrepreneurship. The competition was designed for students who are interested in pursuing the world of entrepreneurship and have the drive or … Continue reading