Nine Westminster College elementary education majors interned in Mexico City schools last May.
Dr. Elizabeth A. Harrison, assistant professor of music and Westminster College organist, recently presented a paper at the Gotenborg International Organ Academy's (GoArt's) bi-annual conference in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The Holcad, Westminster College's student-run newspaper, has been awarded first place by the American Scholastic Press Association.
The association, which serves more than 2,000 schools, conducts this competition annually and scores are based on content coverage, page design, general plan, art advertising and illustrations, editing, and creativity.
Anyone questioning community spirit and the outpouring of love would have benefited from an amazing accomplishment on Saturday, the 15th of July. By estimate, over 50 people moved over 100 tons of gravel and stones into a circular path that is called a labyrinth. This project, over 10 months in the planning, is a memorial to Sandra May Edmiston whose death on August 1, 2005 shocked the New Wilmington community and started an avalanche of love by those who knew her and many who only learned of her through word of mouth.
Recent Westminster College graduate Valerie Kokai received a College Chemistry Award from the Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh. The 2007 alumna, who completed College Honors in chemistry, was one of 28 college students honored at the Society's annual awards dinner.
Westminster College's "Get Real!" life preparation series continues Thursday, March 6, with "Navigating the Insurance Policy Rapids" presented by James Giel of Dollar Bank and Roxanne Bruce, an independent insurance agent.
Westminster College's Make-A-Difference Day was observed Oct. 25 with over 100 students completing over 335 hours of community service.
Westminster College's Mathematics and Computer Science Department held its annual awards banquet and Kappa Mu Epsilon induction March 25 in the Witherspoon Lakeview Room of the McKelvey Campus Center.
Language Barrier, a one-act play written by Dr. Andrew Ade, Westminster College associate professor of English, won the Best Play Award at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater Company's seventh annual Theatre Festival in Black and White.
Westminster College senior philosophy and economics major Michael Gorman received an undergraduate research grant from Westminster's Drinko Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
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