Yearly Archives: 2013

Chemistry Students Host Science Carnival: Students prepare to do experiments at Thurgood Marshall Elementary School

Naval Base Ventura County, the Society of Women Engineers and the Chemistry Departments from Moorpark, Ventura and Westmont Colleges are involved, too. more

RtD graduates roundup: 27th October

This week, graduate Godfred Saka has been called up to the local Black Stars team for national assignment: Ema Boateng returns to first team football following injury and Emmanuel Nana Akyen scored his fifth goal of the year for Westmont College in US Collegiate action. more

MSoc: Seniors help Westmont earn home playoff game

Three second-half goals by junior Jonathan Yeeles and senior captains Rick McCarthy and Sean Siemens propelled Westmont Men’s Soccer (10-6, 6-4 GSAC) into the double-digit victory club, as the Warriors defeated Vanguard 3-1 on Senior Day in their final Golden State Athletic Conference match of the regular season. more


Nearly 600 students from 15 California high schools will join Westmont College Choir at its ninth annual Westmont Fall Choral Festival today. more

Gerald Carpenter: Music Club Concert to Feature Westmont Faculty

The second free concert of the Santa Barbara Music Club’s new season takes place at the traditional hour of 3 p.m. Saturday in the traditional venue of the Faulkner Gallery of the Santa Barbara Public Library, 40 E. Anapamu St.

The Westmont College music faculty is strongly represented in this concert. more

WBK: Westmont edged by Pepperdine

The defending NAIA national-champion Westmont women’s basketball team opened its 2013-14 season with a narrow loss to Pepperdine in an exhibition game. more

MSoc: Glover saves Westmont 1-0 victory

Westmont guaranteed itself a promotion into postseason play after capping off a turbulent 1-0 shutout victory over Golden State Athletic Conference foe Hope International (3-13-1, 1-7-1 GSAC) at Thorrington Field Wednesday. more

Westmont College Art Classes Receive High-Tech Upgrade

Westmont College is the first Christian liberal arts college in the country to have a fully-equipped Wacom Cintiq lab, giving art students access to professional-level equipment. more

Fed’s economic stimulus program likely to continue into 2014

“The one thing Janet Yellen will not want to do is start her term by making a mistake,” said Brian Bethune, an economics professor at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, Calif. “She will be extremely cautious and will try to signal that the Fed is starting to back off its bond purchases without causing the kinds of effects we saw in the summer.” more

WSoc: Westmont crushes Hope with six goals

Westmont Women’s Soccer (13-0-3, 7-0-2 GSAC), ranked third in the NAIA, put on an offensive display on Tuesday afternoon at Thorrington Field, defeating Hope International (3-11-3, 1-7-1) by a score of 6-0 in a Golden State Athletic Conference contest. more