Official ASWC Statement regarding President Nick Raoux. Updated 10/19/12 at 2PM to include ASWC's reissued statement.
At a senate meeting on Thursday, Oct. 18, the Speaker of the Senate, Josh White, revealed details regarding the impeachment hearing of the ASWC President, Nick Raoux.
Dear Students, On Friday October 5th, while attending the ASWC-sponsored Cosmic Bowling Night, I was in a condition that was inappropriate for a school event.
Healthcare is among the top issues in the upcoming presidential elections, and the outcome may greatly impact college students. Each candidate has his own stance on the issue.
Westminster has received recognition from G.I. Jobs, a magazine for returned military personnel, as a top “Military-Friendly School.” The 2013 “Military-Friendly School” list honors the top 15% of colleges, universities and trade schools that are doing their part to embrace America’s military service members and veterans as students.
Despite the shadow of the LDS church, the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, and queer/questioning) community in Salt Lake is large and growing.
The women’s soccer team defeated their 20th-ranked rival, Carroll College, 2-0 Monday, Oct. 8 at Dumke Field. The Griffins scored the first goal on a corner kick by junior Lorin Wathen that was headed in by junior defender Jessica Harris. The second goal was scored in the 62nd minute...
“The time that you are going to have with your friends, before the dance, going to the dance, after the dance, is going to be some of the most memorable moments not only of college but of your life,” said Nick Raoux, ASWC president.
Westminster College will host an Arts and Community symposium featuring a variety of speakers who have all used their artistic work to effect social change. Held on Oct. 23 and 24, the event will serve to launch the college’s new Center for the Arts.