On March 6, Steve Morgan, chief of advancement, announced his new role as acting president. He has already started the transition process with President Brian Levin-Stankevich. “I went from 25 emails a day to about 100,” Morgan said. Morgan said he will be in an acting role until the end of … 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.
“I am a total snow nerd,” said Greg Gagne, associate professor of computer science at Westminster since 1990. Sitting in his office, Gagne’s table is oriented in a fashion so that he is able to see the mountains from Foster Hall. Gagne has a “snownerd” sticker instead of Snowbird sticker … Continue reading
President Brian Levin-Stankevich retired Thursday, Feb. 26 effective following the 2015 commencement ceremonies. Steve Morgan, vice president of institutional advancement, will fill the role of Levin-Stankevich until a new president is selected in the future. Morgan’s transition to acting president will begin immediately. According to Westminster’s press release, Morgan has … Continue reading
ASWC has been working on a new proposal to raise student fees by $12. If approved, the student fee increase will not go into effect until Fall 2015. Some students show support of this proposal. “I doubt I would even notice a $12 increase,” said Cressa Pratt, junior environmental science … Continue reading
Falling student enrollment has cut into Westminster’s budget and the administration has responded with staff layoffs. President Brian Levin-Stankevich made the announcement in an email to faculty and staff back in January. While these administrative changes could have significant impact on the student body, no official announcement has been made … Continue reading