Two new first-year senators were elected into ASWC after the polls closed on Aug. 18. Sarah Lamping and Wai Hein were the two students chosen to represent the first-year class, and both ran their platforms around the premise of reforming the Shaw Student Center. “Originally I had no intentions of … Continue reading
ASWC wants to highlight the importance of the involvement of students with the college and its funding decisions. ASWC Student Body President Kailey Kornhauser and Vice President Trey Hansen share a goal to get students connected with the Student Government Association by asking for input on what ASWC’s budget should … Continue reading
Reduce, reuse, recycle. Speaker of the Senate, Andrew Hagedorn, has set goals for his senior year around making Westminster more sustainable. Hagedorn has been passionate about sustainability for the Westminster campus and community for years now. However, he realized how big of an issue it is while he was a … Continue reading
Westminster College has been included in the Princeton Review’s 2014 “Guide to 322 Green Colleges” since 2011 for its commitment to sustainability in academic offerings, campus infrastructure, activities and career preparation. Westminster received its third recognition by the Princeton Review as one of the top green colleges by reporting to … Continue reading
Everything students need to know about Westminster, right at their fingertips.
That is what the ASWC senate is trying to do for students with one of their current projects: a smartphone app. Continue reading
The name Four Students, For Students seems to tell it all. It’s a team of students who are now ASWC’s top leadership.
Together, the group symbolizes the student body. Continue reading