Features Westmont Magazine

A Sudden Interruption: Learning in the Time of COVID-19

By March 11, Americans were confronting the threat of the novel coronavirus. Students received an email from the college advising them to expect a decision by noon the next day about the rest of the spring semester. Students, parents and staff sensed their world was about to change. 

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I Was a Stranger, and You Welcomed Me

The class of 2020 includes the first group of Augustinian, Michaelhouse and Bridge to Rwanda scholars to graduate from Westmont. President Gayle D. Beebe spoke to six of these scholarship recipients about their experiences at Westmont.

Where Do We Go From Here?

We must do as Jesus taught, beginning with denying ourselves, putting personal and self-interests aside, and engaging in dialogue and work to combat systemic racism.