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Westmont welcomes eager participants to 2nd Santa Barbara Sending Conference
Jenae McInnes , News Editor • September 27, 2022

Last weekend, the Westmont Global Leadership Center brought together a plethora of people — high school students, post-retirement church-goers and Westmont...

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Students for Sustainability joins statewide conservation effort
Students for Sustainability joins statewide conservation effort
Madison Huntington, Staff Writer • September 27, 2022

On Sept. 17, Westmont students participated in California Coastal Cleanup Day, contributing to the effort made by nearly 30,000 volunteers statewide. Dedicated...

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Westmont responds to global monkeypox outbreak
Jenae McInnes, News Editor • September 20, 2022

This summer, as the threats of the COVID-19 pandemic seemed to wane, the nation was once again rocked by a public health emergency: monkeypox. Governor...

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Chapel cheating: why does it exist?
Molly Rapske, OpEd Editor • September 23, 2022

When thinking of cheating, particularly amongst a group of students, it is probable that one’s mind begins to fill with thoughts of tests, homework and...

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Students for Racial Peace and Justice comes back to Westmont stronger than ever
Katana Lester, Staff Writer • September 23, 2022

After two years of dormancy, the Students for Racial Peace and Justice announced on Instagram that the group is returning to Westmont College, ready to...

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The latest "smash" hit?
Kaleb Martinez, Staff Writer • September 22, 2022

Did a light elf convince you she was Megan Thee Stallion just to take your money? You know who to call: She-Hulk, Attorney at Law. The latest series in...

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Five hidden gems in Westmonts permanent art collection
Five hidden gems in Westmont's permanent art collection
Will Mundell, Staff Writer • September 22, 2022

In my extensive two years of living on campus, I have often stumbled upon great art. You might think I spend plenty of time in the Ridley-Tree Museum of...

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Dr. Ruth Lin and the beauty of finding purpose in your profession
Alex Wagner , Guest Writer • September 21, 2022

Dr. Michael Shasberger’s 17 years at Westmont, bringing about substantial change in the music department, another accomplished musician has found her...

Jacob Orme: Seeking jobs of justice
Jacob Orme: Seeking jobs of justice
Katie Ticas, Guest Writer • April 28, 2022

Jacob Orme, a fourth-year economics and business major and philosophy minor with a pre-law emphasis, described his journey to Westmont as a clear indication...

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Mark Szekrenyi: Trailblazer and trail runner
Mark Szekrenyi: Trailblazer and trail runner
Kristi Phillips, Features Editor • April 21, 2022

Since coming to Westmont, third-year engineering major Mark Szekrenyi has had two families: his parents back home in Lakewood, California, and his cross-country...

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