NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – The Westminster men's basketball team defeated Chatham, 88-81, at home Saturday afternoon. Sophomore Austin O'Hara (Girard, OH / Girard) led all scorers with a career-high 19 points (6-for-7) and tied a career-high in rebounds with five.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. - The Westminster Volleyball team is ready to get started with their delayed and shortened 2020-21 season.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.– Asynchronous classes have become an option as Westminster College continues to teach throughout the pandemic. An asynchronous class has no set time to meet. Students can do their work on their own time but still have deadlines to meet. The Holcad asked students what advi…
Watch Coaches Corner! Host Mason Flanigan and the Titan Sports team focuses on the 2021 winter season for action in basketball as well as swimming and diving.
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.
The Westminster Women's Basketball team looks to improve to 2-0 on Saturday, Feb. 6 when they host Waynesburg. Marcus Tokar caught up with Head Coach Roseanne Scott to talk about this weekend's contest.
Coaches Corner returns for 2021! Guests include Titan head women's basketball coach Rosanne Scott, President's Athletic Conference Commissioner Joe Onderko, Titan head men's basketball coach Kevin Siroki, Titan throwing coach Ryan Protzman, plus updates from the pool on the Titan swimming an…
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…
Shout-out to Westminster College grad Matt McDonald (2019) for winning the Rising Star Award at Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Pittsburgh’s Renaissance Awards.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- he multi-faceted understanding and focus that a cluster course provides is just one of the many aspects that make a Westminster education so special. That aspect – matched with the support of our generous alumni – creates a full-circle myriad of experiential exploration.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- Westminster's men's basketball will kick off the new season after a scheduling update has the team on the road to Franciscan University on Wednesday night.
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.-- 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. (Titan Athletics)-- The Westminster College men's basketball team, under the guidance of ninth-year Head Coach Kevin Siroki, has its sights on getting back to the Presidents' Athletic Championship – where the Titans were only two seasons ago.
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.— 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.— 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…
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.-- The college journey for senior sports management major Kaitlyn Jones took a serious turn from taking her off the soccer field because of a heart condition. The Florida native's 17-year career as an athlete came to an end suddenly. She was diagnosed with an irregular …
WATCH this edition of Coaches Corner as Reilly Woodbury plays host to the head coaches from the Westminster lacrosse teams in our broadcast studio.
WATCH this edition of Coaches Corner as Mason Flanigan hosts Westminster's Head Volleyball Coach Tammy Swearingen in the WCN broadcast studio.
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…
NASHVILLE—Westminster alumnus Dan Swank will appear on ABC's 'Good Morning America' (GMA) with the band All Time Low on Friday, Oct. 16. Swank is a touring guitarist, keyboardist and vocalist with the band. GMA puts the spotlight on All Time Low and the new album 'Wake Up Sunshine' with a …
BRADDOCK, Pa. (AP) — The wife of Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor says state police have identified and spoken with a woman who used a racial slur in confronting her at a western Pennsylvania grocery store.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.– The iconic Old Main tower at Westminster College is one of the dominant landmarks in the Borough of New Wilmington. It’s 160 feet tall. And it’s the home of the Westminster’s Duff-Armington Memorial Carillon, a musical a musical instrument featuring 74 individual bells and weighs nearly three. In 2007, reporter Jeremiah Patterson […]
NEW WILMINGTON, PA.-- The Wilmington Greyhounds will host the Farrell Steelers Saturday, Oct. 10, at n7 PM at Greyhound stadium and Titan Radio will bring you live coverage beginning at 6:45.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- Westminster celebrated Homecoming 2020 with a special, socially-distant celebration. You can watch the events from Burry Stadium on-demand from WCN 24/7.
PITTSBURGH (AP)-- Many social media users around the Pittsburgh area reported seeing a streaking fireball shortly after 4 a.m. It remained in the skies for a short time before disappearing from view.
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NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- Coaches Corner, Westminster's long-running interview show, spotlighting Titan Athletics, returns for a new season while following COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- It's the same old story time and time again with no sports happening at Westminster College, but that doesn't mean that our student-athletes can't shine off the track, court, field or course.
This week we dive into the big stories making headlines in Pennsylvania and what's coming up on the Westminster College campus!
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- Swimming and Diving: Holton and Cable Win PAC Championships, Holton Named Diver of the Year
- Pennsylvania hauled to court over blocking plastic bag bans
- Alumni office wants you to cut-out and support student athletes
- Pennsylvania teachers, school staff to get 1-dose vaccine
- Softball: Home Season-Opener vs. W&J Postponed
- Volleyball: Titans Sweep W&J
- Men’s Swimming and Diving: Titans Hold Second Place After Day One at PAC Championships
- Pro teams allowing fans as Pennsylvania eases restrictions
- Former Western Pennsylvania nursing home administrator indicted
- Westminster Women’s Volleyball Setting Themselves Up for Another Run to The PAC Championships
- Western PA woman charged with killing husband, hiding body
- Indiana official apologizes for blackface Halloween costume
- Peevy leads Mercer over The Citadel 42-28, snaps 4-game skid
- Westminster faculty members earn promotions, tenure
- Softball: Home Season-Opener vs. W&J Postponed
- Akinwole scores 32 to carry Omaha past Denver 80-76
- Titans take to the field for softball season on Wednesday
- Volleyball: Titans Shut Out Chatham in Season Opener