Yearly Archives: 2011

Dreams deferred: Civil rights activists share their story at Westmont – Couple relates their civil rights efforts in the ’60s

“It represents possible outcomes when a society is unjust,” said Helen and Robert Singleton, civil rights activists from the 1960s, more

Westmont falls short at Point Loma

Westmont men’s basketball came up one point short in San Diego on Saturday night as the Warriors lost a Golden State Athletic Conference game to Point Loma Nazarene by a score of 78-77. more

Warriors tame Sea Lions in the second half

Westmont held the Sea Lions of Point Loma Nazarene to just 17 second-half points on Saturday night to claim a 60-45 win in a Golden State Athletic Conference match-up. more

Warriors sweep home doubleheader

Westmont swept a home-opener doubleheader against the Swedes of Bethany (Kan.) on Saturday at Russ Carr Field. The Warriors took the opener 9-6 and then won the second game of the twin bill 5-2. more

She wants to be an NFL referee

The woman without fear takes a seat in the bustling restaurant and, without a breath, dives into her story. more

Leslie Ridley-Tree Donates Art Book Collection to Westmont Library

Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree, a well-known Santa Barbara businesswoman, art connoisseur and philanthropist, has donated to Westmont College her extensive art library, which totals more than 750 books. more

Westmont drops baseball opener at Whittier

It wasn’t the way Westmont head coach Robert Ruiz would have scripted the outcome of opening day as Westmont fell to the Poets of Whittier by a score of 10-7. more

Week in Sports

“Play ball” means a lot of things at UCSB this weekend – volleyball, basketball, baseball and water polo. more

PAUL, Nathaniel Hunter

Our Dear Nathan passed on Jan. more


“NYMPHAE”: Using video projection, lighting effects, layered sound and sculpture, more