Keller Hawkins, Chaplain Resident and Coordinator for Community Engagement for The Center for Faith and Service, hosted her first retreat ever. The retreat started years ago around 2007. The goal of the retreat is bring sophomores from different ethnicities, religions, and other background identities so they can chat about self-awareness,
By Westminster Student Story-Writing Staff Mirrakohl Johnson is a senior and co-captain on the Westminster Women’s basketball team. She has played all of her four years here at the College and has previously played for nine years before Westminster. “I feel very relieved and happy for receiving my 1,000th point
By Samantha Henderson Kayla Bunch, a native of Lindberg High School in St. Louis, Missouri, is a sophomore majoring in not one or two, but three majors here at WestMo. Her three domains of study are Philosophy, Political Science, and Environmental Studies. Kayla chose these three majors in particular because
By: Samantha J Henderson In just a few weeks, ten Westminster students along with seven faculty will be en route for Kansas City to attend the “Meeting of the Minds” conference hosted in Kansas City, Missouri, at the Hilton Conference Center. The “Meeting of the Minds” is a regional health
By Chelsea Sharp Reagan DeCamp, Junior and Campus Activities Board President, and the rest of the CAB team planned an event for students to remember: Headphone Disco is an event that took place Feb. 8 in Mueller Student Center. The event brought students together through music and dancing. Each student
Nuratu QuarshieSalifu, nickcnamed Nura, is a sophomore and involved in the African Union and the International Club. While talking to other family members at different colleges, the idea of “Paint with a twist” came to mind. But to Nura’s attention the “twist” (alcohol) wouldn’t be so appropriate, so she decided