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The landscape of Rancho Agua Viva, where Agua Viva Ministries, the partner of Potters Clay, is situated
Students travel to Ensenada for Potter’s Clay 2024
Andres Leon, Staff Writer • March 27, 2024

It is common for college students to vacation in Mexico during Spring Break; however, a group of Westmont students took a different path by traveling to...

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Haass at the Presidents Breakfast
Diplomat Richard Haass speaks at President’s Breakfast and convocation
Kiki Brehmer, News Editor • March 6, 2024

This year, Westmont invited diplomat and celebrated international relations leader Dr. Richard Hass to speak at the annual President’s Breakfast and...

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Edee Schultze says goodbye
Edee Schultze says goodbye
Kiki Brehmer, News Editor • February 28, 2024

After this spring semester, Edee Schultze, the Vice-President of Student Life, will be saying goodbye to Westmont College. She has worked with Westmont...

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A beginners guide to party planning
A beginner's guide to party planning
Jordan Cuskey, Staff Writer • April 12, 2024

I am an avid celebrator and believer in making the most of special days as well as making every day special. Planning a party can seem overwhelming and...

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The art of finding a new hobby
The art of finding a new hobby
Jordan Cuskey, Staff Writer • March 22, 2024

I always remember my mother telling me to try new foods because, “every seven years your taste buds change”. This reminder might seem silly. However,...

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A Wednesday night “Jam Sesh”
Jordan Cuskey, Staff Writer • March 21, 2024

Every Wednesday evening from 7-8 PM PST, the world is blessed with a musical unpacking hosted by Boise State student Willa Rath. This radio show, entitled...

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SBCC’s “Treasure Island”
SBCC’s “Treasure Island”
Asher Hammer, Staff Writer • March 21, 2024

The fundamental challenge of adapting a book or other literary work into a stage performance is to fill in the prose that forms the real character of the...

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The new and improved Pre-Law Club
The new and improved Pre-Law Club
Leah Chang, Features Writer • April 3, 2024

The club once known as the Law and Society club comes back, new and improved as the Pre-Law club. At the front of this endeavor is second year student,...

The new and improved Pre-Law Club
The new and improved Pre-Law Club
Leah Chang, Features Writer • April 3, 2024

The club once known as the Law and Society club comes back, new and improved as the Pre-Law club. At the front of this endeavor is second year student,...

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Expanding horizons through Urban Initiative
Expanding horizons through Urban Initiative
Leah Chang, Features Writer • April 3, 2024

Over this past spring break, students went all over the world and enjoyed all kinds of experiences. First year student, Lea Fujitaki, along with other...

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The Westmont community eagerly awaits the 2024 Paris Olympics
The Westmont community eagerly awaits the 2024 Paris Olympics
Britain Polk, Staff Writer • April 12, 2024

As the world's elite athletes commence their final preparations for the 2024 summer games in Paris, a fervent wave of Olympic enthusiasm has gripped the...

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Navigating NCAA Division II with strength and resilience
Katherine Bouma, Sports Editor • April 12, 2024

Last July, Westmont accomplished the first of three transition years of entering NCAA Division II competition. Now, as the Warriors are in the midst of...

Moving as one: the unifying spirit of N-Step
Moving as one: the unifying spirit of N-Step
Britain Polk, Staff Writer • April 5, 2024

Westmont’s favorite dance team is gearing up for their big performance at Spring Sing on Saturday, April 6.  At Westmont College, the N-Step dance...

Spring tennis update
Spring tennis update
Sophie Jin-Ngo, Staff Writer • April 5, 2024

As the inaugural NCAA Division II tennis season at Westmont College draws to a close, there's a palpable sense of excitement and accomplishment in the...

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by Alyssa McConkey
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A look back on this year
Emily Peterson, Capstone Editor • April 19, 2021
Remember when Henri Nouwen climbed the Pickle Tree and the Fire Department had to be called to get him down?

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