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Stronger Together: Courage and Kindness

Published: Spring 2018
Stronger Together: Courage and Kindness

Protected from fire and flood, Westmont seeks to serve a devastated community THE FIRE The Thomas Fire exploded in the early evening of December 4, 2017, more than 40 miles away, but Westmont quickly felt its might when the... Read More

Gratitude for a Successful Strength for Today Campaign

Published: Spring 2018
Gratitude for a Successful Strength for Today Campaign

Where Leadership and Learning Transform Lives A Thankful President Our generous community of alumni, parents and friends made Westmont’s Strength for Today campaign our most successful ever. We far surpassed our $75 million goal, raising more than $155 million.... Read More

The Consequences of Disruption: Current Threats to U.S. Security

Published: Spring 2018
The Consequences of Disruption: Current Threats to U.S. Security

Former intelligence chief Michael Hayden offers his perspective on world affairs.   General Michael Hayden, an expert on domestic and foreign affairs and a retired director of the Central Intelligence Agency andNational Security Agency, offered his personal lens to view... Read More

Recovering Presence and Place in the Digital Age

Published: Spring 2018
Recovering Presence and Place in the Digital Age

Sociological and Theological Reflections on Technology by Felicia Wu Song, professor of sociology The Cultural Confession Being a good Anglican, I feel compelled to start with a confession that only makes sense within the context of what my Baptist... Read More

A History of the Stack House

Published: Summer 2015
A History of the Stack House

        Could you identify the John Stack house on campus? A private residence built in 1958 and named for the original owner, the property caught the attention of college officials in 1966 because of its proximity... Read More

More Than Meets the Eye

Published: Spring 2014
More Than Meets the Eye

An edited excerpt of a talk by Susan Savage, professor of Art A liberal arts education is a process of interdisciplinary integration. It’s a community that works together to celebrate and nurture relationships of knowledge, inviting a variety of... Read More

A Midsummer Journey to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Published: March 2013
A Midsummer Journey to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival

English professor Paul Willis will lead a merry band of alumni, parents and friends to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland Aug. 1-3, 2013. The theater-goers will enjoy three plays, choosing from works by Shakespeare, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,”... Read More