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NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.--What if I told you that you could complete the scientific discovery requirement at Westminster while you get to cook your favorite meals? The course "Chemistry in Your Kitchen" essentially lets you do this. Assistant professor in physical chemistry here at Westminster, J…
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-Adversity is becoming the reoccurring trend in 2020 for most people, but especially for our Titan student-athletes as we’re finding. A common trend that we’re finding in our student-athletes this semester is them putting their majors to good use before they’ve even gradua…
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- A new book by Dr. Russell E. Martin, professor of history at Westminster College, explores how royal weddings in early modern Russia were choreographed to broadcast powerful images of monarchy and dynasty.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- Westminster College has appointed Erik Austin as director of the New Wilmington, Pa., institution’s new TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) program to benefit underrepresented students.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- The Westminster College Celebrity Series has rescheduled two events from the 2019-2020 season that were postponed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa — When it comes to tackling the information about the environment, sometimes you need to know what's going on in the world. When you take Westminster's Environmental Issues course, you learn about the issues in today's environment. Professor Helen Boylan introduces undergr…
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- A new short film by senior broadcasting major explores one family's brand loyalty to Jeep. Hayley McGuigan produced and directed "It's a Jeep Thing" and released it this month online and on Westminster Cable TV.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- Titan Radio will celebrate Christmas day with "Keep the Faith" Christmas marathon. It's the 7th year Titan Radio has carried the holiday broadcast from America's number one faith based syndicated radio program."
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- Funds from a Drinko Center Research Grant were able to provide Westminster College chemistry major Kelsey Kraft with additional lab necessities to study the chemical composition of industrial hemp.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.— The abstract values of education can carry a long way for a student in a liberal arts college. In Kandice Hartner's Digital Photography class (CMP 114) at Westminster College, students learn these values by learning the technical aspects of using a camera and different p…
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- The fall semester at Westminster College ended in November after an adjusted 15-week in-person semester with a total of 62 positive COVID-19 cases. That number tracks back before the semester to when the College began recording positive cases in July.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- Westminster College senior Tomas Maeilli released his capstone project this November as he explored how undergraduates cope with loss and grief when they lose someone while in college. Maielli is an individual interdisciplinary major in film and production.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.— a lot of people think that history is in the past and that a lot of it doesn't matter anymore. That is not the case what so ever for Louis XIV. In this course, you will learn how France in the Age of Louis XIV ties into the wars of religion along with the other impacts i…
Winners of the 2020 Student Symposium on the Environment, an annual event hosted by Westminster College and co-organized with the Slippery Rock Watershed Coalition, were announced during a virtual presentation and award ceremony on Thursday, Dec. 3.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- Career paths don’t always run in straight lines and two women from Westminster College—student Shaemour Young and professor Dr. Helen Boylan—emphasized that to local high school students during a virtual “A GEM Affair: Girls Engaging Mentors” event on Tuesday, Dec. 15.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- Westminster College student Constantine Kallaur has been named the winner of a Broadcast Education Association (BEA) Founders Scholarship.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.--The 2020-2021 Collegiate Academic year has been very different for all students, but for this Westminster College first-year it’s a little bit more unusual under the restrictions and stress of the pandemic. First-year Ryan Romero is a double major in Marketing and Strate…
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- College Broadcasters Inc. (CBI) named Westminster College’s student media website, www.wcn247.com, the third place winner of the 2020 CBI National Student Production Awards for Best Student Website.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- As the 2020 fall semester wraps up so does the Colleges Against Cancer Pick ‘Em challenge. Led by the Sports Management students and campus organization Colleges Against Cancer (CAC), the Pick ‘Em challenge strived to promote awareness of the many types of cancer each …
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- Westminster College will livestream a series of virtual vocal concerts this weekend. There will be no live audience due to campus COVID-19 protocols, but the concert can be viewed on the School of Music’s YouTube channel.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- Westminster College is one of 51 inaugural member institutions of the University of Southern California (USC) Race and Equity Center’s newly established Liberal Arts Colleges Racial Equity Leadership Alliance.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- Westminster College is calling for students from regional educational institutions to submit their environmental research, projects and creative works for the 2020 Student Symposium on the Environment to be held virtually Thursday, Dec. 3. Deadline to submit entry …
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- A spike in positive COVID-19 campus cases has prompted organizers of the Nov. 14 Black Lives Matter March to postpone it until the spring semester. Campus Life officials have also announced the postponement of campus events and athletic practice and a shift to online m…
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- The Westminster College Wind Ensemble will perform a virtual concert, “Music from the Chamber, Music From the Hall,” at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- This program was recorded on Oct. 29, prior to the election. The panelists of students, faculty and staff from Westminster College discuss race and equality leading up to the Nov. 14 planned Black Lives Matter March on our campus.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- Westminster College has teamed up with Widener University Commonwealth Law School to establish a 3+3 program partnership offering Westminster students an accelerated path toward earning a law degree.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- The Westminster College Jazz Ensemble will perform a virtual fall concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15, in the Will W. Orr Auditorium on Westminster’s campus.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- Positive COVID-19 cases at Westminster have jumped in the past seven days. This week the College reports 33 positive cases compared to last week when the number was at 20. However, that's also the total number of reported positive cases on campus since July.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.— College officials have reported the 23rd case of a member of the campus community testing positive for coronavirus. Dean of Students Gina Vance announced the news by email on Thursday.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- Dr. Blanton Tolbert, chemistry professor at Case Western Reserve University, will provide the 13th annual Ken and Nancy Long Chemistry Lecture at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6, via Zoom.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- This holiday season, students and faculty at Westminster College will host a virtual Alternative Gift Market to offer an alternative shopping experience for gift giving.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- The Foster Art Gallery at Westminster College will host a Facebook Live gallery talk and virtual tour about its current exhibition, We Are Here: Black Identity in White Spaces, at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4, on Westminster’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/westm…
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- Westminster College announced changes to its spring 2021 academic calendar eliminating spring break and shortens the semester.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- As Westminster students begin counting down to finals, President Richardson is happy with the way students have responded to the college’s guidelines. She stated, “Across the board we’ve been very thankful for the responsible ways in which students have been in complian…
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- On Thursday, Oct. 29, the Department of Political Science at Westminster College will hold a virtual panel discussion on the 2020 Presidential Election. Panelists will field questions from people who join the Zoom session at 3:45 PM and run until 5 PM. For more informa…
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC)-- Westminster College and the Crisis Shelter of Lawrence County (CSLC) have worked together over the years to provide support and resources to students, but now the two have formalized their relationship with a memorandum of understanding (MOU) related specifically t…
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- The Broadcast Education Association (BEA) announced the winners of the 2020 BEA On-Location Creative Works Competition on Saturday during a virtual ceremony, and Westminster College students received the Award for Excellence in Film and Video. The BEA Creative Works hon…
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.- Galbreath Dining and the Tub have been offering single-use plastic containers throughout the course of the semester. These containers have not been recycled so far this semester. One thing that Westminster has seen in the past to combat this overuse of plastic containers…
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