Athletics Honors Golden Eagle Winners

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The 22nd annual Golden Eagle Awards Dinner April 12 honored a dozen Westmont scholar-athletes who have exceled athletically and in the classroom while being a faithful follower of Christ. This year’s winners were Alberto Gastaldo, men’s track and field, Melissa McCormick, women’s track and field, Tommy Nightingale, men’s tennis, Sydney Striff, women’s volleyball, Nathan Evans,… [Continue Reading]

Westmont to Break Ground on New Facilities

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Westmont breaks ground on new facilities for the college’s Global Leadership Center on Thursday, May 5, at 3:30 p.m. at the construction site, east of Van Kampen Hall. The ceremony is open to the public. The project includes two residential buildings and the Leadership Center. Strength for Today, a five-year capital campaign, has raised funds… [Continue Reading]

Choir Tours Pacific Northwest, Vancouver

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The Westmont College Choir tours the Pacific Northwest May 8-19 with California performances in Shafter, Davis, Redding and Grass Valley; Oregon performances in Klamath Falls and Salem; Washington performances in Seattle, Anacortes and Lakewood; and Vancouver British Columbia. The choir, which includes 55 performers, will perform a selected repertoire that may include selections by Johann… [Continue Reading]

Record Number of Students Offer research

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The 20th annual Westmont College Student Research Symposium celebrates a record 41 research projects by a record 60 students on Thursday, April 21, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. in the Winter Hall Atrium. The event, which highlights the noteworthy work by students from the humanities, social sciences and the natural and behavioral sciences, is free and open… [Continue Reading]

Top Scientist to Speak at Commencement

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Henry “Fritz” Schaefer III, one of the most distinguished physical scientists in the world, speaks at Westmont’s Commencement Saturday, May 7, at 9:30 a.m. on Carr Field. President Gayle D. Beebe presents the Westmont Medal to David and Anna Grotenhuis, in honor of their generosity and support of Westmont’s students and service to the Santa… [Continue Reading]

Orchestra Concert Features Top Soloists

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The Westmont Orchestra’s annual Concerto Concert, which highlights student soloists, is Thursday, April 28, at 7 p.m. in Page Multipurpose Room at Westmont and Friday, April 29, at 7 p.m. in First Presbyterian Church. General admission is $10; all students are free. Tickets can be purchased at the door or reserved by calling (805) 565-6040…. [Continue Reading]

Westmont Conference Focuses on Millennials

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The 2016 Lead Where You Stand Conference features a dynamic, one-day event Thursday, June 2, focusing on leadership and the millennial generation. Held at Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara, the conference begins at noon, includes four talks and two meals, and ends at 8 p.m. The cost is $149 per person (westmont.edu/lead). President… [Continue Reading]

Viewing Zooms in on Lunar Craters, Jupiter

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Jupiter and several impact craters on the moon will be the focus of this month’s free public viewing of the stars with Westmont’s powerful Keck Telescope on Friday, April 15, beginning at 7:30 p.m. and lasting several hours at the Westmont Observatory. The best viewing generally occurs later in the evening. Jupiter and the moon… [Continue Reading]

Student Musicians, Composers Bloom in April

Student Composer Jay Real

April offers a diverse variety of concerts both on and off campus, all free and open to the public, except the Orchestra Concerto Concerts. For more information, please contact the music department at (805) 565-6040. The Composer’s Concert on Friday, April 15, at 7 p.m. in Deane Chapel highlights new works by Westmont student composers… [Continue Reading]

Fringe Supports Courageous Creativity

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More than 80 Westmont students will take part in 33 different pieces of theater, dance, film and performance art at the Westmont Fringe Festival on April 14-17; Thursday, Friday and Sunday starting at 7 p.m., Saturday starting at 3 p.m., all beginning at Porter Theatre. Festival passes ($15 general admission, $10 students/seniors) or daily tickets… [Continue Reading]