Monthly Archives: January 2014

Reckoning with Markets: Moral Reflection in Economics

Sometimes a book has considerable value for readers beyond its primary audience. Such is the case for a slender hardback written by two professors teaching business and economics at two Christian colleges (Wheaton in Illinois and Westmont in California).  more

Willet’s goal holds up in Chargers’win

Jason Ritchey had 21 points and five rebounds to lead the Warriors to their third straight Golden State Athletic Conference win. Christopher Miller added 11 points and Marcus Farrand had 10 for Westmont (14-6, 3-3 GSAC), which outrebounded visiting Arizona Christian 43-25. more

ON STAGE: ‘Electra’ in the Open Air – WESTMONT COLLEGE FESTIVAL THEATRE PRESENTS A MODERN ADAPTATION OF SOPHOCLES’ TRAGEDY ‘ELECTRA’

Even in Santa Barbara, one has to admire the simple courage of an outdoor theatre performance in February.

Westmont College Festival Theatre is taking that particular plunge, though, with a site-specific run of Sophocles’ tragedy, “Electra” at an outdoor site near Van Kampen Hall on the Westmont College campus. more

Oaks Christian Online High School Launches Its First School Profile for 2014 Graduating Class

This year students have already been accepted to Westmont College, Gordon College, Northern Arizona University, California State University Channel Islands and California State University Fullerton. more

United Way Hosting Mega Tax Day and Financial Literacy Resource Fair

United Way of Santa Barbara County’s Financial Empowerment Partnership is a community collaborative focused on increasing the financial stability among low-income families in Santa Barbara County. Partners include … Wells Fargo Bank and Westmont College. more

Gerald Carpenter: Westmont Theatre Arts Offering ‘Electra’ in the Open Air

Westmont Theatre Arts will mount a new production of Sophocles’ immortal tragedy Electra, with Christine Nathanson in the title role, at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and again Feb. 6-8 at an outdoor location northeast of Westmont’s Van Kampen Hall. more

Gerald Carpenter: Westmont Music Drama Workshop Stages Comic Opera ‘La Canterina’

The Westmont Music Drama Workshop will be presenting two performances ofJoseph Haydn’s short opera buffa La Canterina, at 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday atCenter Stage Theater in the Paseo Nuevo Mall.

The student cast includes Megan Silberstein, Andrew Combs, Kim Huff, Andrey Kitsen and Emmalee Wetzel. more

WBK: Westmont crushes Arizona Christian

Fourteenth-ranked Westmont posted a convincing 80-48 Golden State Athletic Conference win over the Firestorm of Arizona Christian on Thursday night in Murchison Gymnasium. more

MBK: Westmont wins third in a row in GSAC

Whether it’s the lineup change, reinvigoration, pride, or even “the shoes,” Westmont Men’s Basketball (14-6, 3-3 GSAC) is simply in the zone right now in Golden State Athletic Conference competition. more

MBK: Westmont wins third in a row in GSAC

Whether it’s the lineup change, reinvigoration, pride, or even “the shoes,” Westmont Men’s Basketball (14-6, 3-3 GSAC) is simply in the zone right now in Golden State Athletic Conference competition.

For the third time in as many games, the Warriors seized the day. In a rare Thursday evening contest, Westmont fans were delighted with a terrific match of grit and guts that concluded in a 72-68 Warrior triumph over #25 Arizona Chrisitian (16-5, 2-4 GSAC). more