Yearly Archives: 2017

LOCAL ROUNDUP: McManigal, Coffey power Westmont

Connor McManigal and Luke Coffey each homered and the Westmont bullpen delivered five shutout innings to lead the Warriors to a 10-5 win over Providence Christian in a non-conference baseball game on Wednesday at Russ Carr Field. more

Belief in God, Climate Change Not Mutually Exclusive

Climate change is a myth. Global warming is a natural cycle. The world is going to end anyway. God is in control. On Monday, evangelical atmospheric scientist Katharine Hayhoe spoke at Westmont College about why these “smoke screens” to deny climate change are so commonly tossed around in Christian communities — and why it is crucial that we debunk them. more

Goleta City Council Appoints New Parks, Planning Commissioners

Goleta City Council interviewed and appointed three new Parks and Recreation commissioners and filled three Planning Commission seats Tuesday night… The 47-year-old is a collegiate volleyball coach at Westmont College, a beach volleyball coach at Dos Pueblos High School, adjunct professor at UCSB and an elementary school physical education teacher at El Camino Elementary School. more

COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Westmont overcome in overtime

It took five extra minutes to decide a winner between the Golden State Athletic Conference’s top two teams, but it was No. 5 Vanguard that eventually came away with a 64-57 overtime road win over No. 3 Westmont at Murchison Gymnasium on Tuesday night. more

Employer Branding with Glassdoor

The best employer branders are winning by enchanting their audiences. Join us for an evening with Kirsten Davidson, Industry Expert and former Head of Employer Brand at Glassdoor, as she shares research on insights driving the latest trends in Employer Brand…She received her Bachelor ofArts from Westmont College in Santa Barbara in English Literature & Communications. more

Speaker at Westmont College discusses climate change

MONTECITO – Over a thousand people attended Katharine Hayhoe’s “Why Climate Change Matters to Us in California” lecture at Westmont College in Montecito on Monday. more

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Warriors open baseball season with twinbill sweep

Saturday was a long first day for the Westmont baseball team, but it was a very successful effort. The host hit the field at Russ Carr Field for a doubleheader against Lewis-Clark State, and came away with a 4-3 win in 11 innings in the opener, followed by a 6-4 win in the nightcap. more

A Conversation on Youth and Vocation, with Chap Clark

In anticipation of the summer 2017 launch of Trailhead, our new vocational exploration program for high school youth, Westmont is pleased to host A Conversation on Youth and Vocation, a half-day workshop for pastors, faculty, and community partners. Led by Fuller Seminary’s Chap Clark, an expert in youth spirituality and development, we’ll examine together some of the ways we can help young people seek a life of real significance. more

Tuggy, Edward Obituary

Edward Tuggy, born June 20, 1923 in Los Angeles, CA; married to Eleanor Louise Kellogg October 11, 1947 in Los Gatos, CA; died January 21, 2017 in Fresno, CA… Attended Westmont College, where he met Eleanor Louise Kellogg (“Krispy”). more

Toreros Head to Hawaii for Their First Road Matches

This weekend the Toreros (1-1) head to Hawaii to play both Hawaii and CSUN…CSUN just came off a dominating victory in their home opener against Westmont College where they won 7-0. more