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From the Slopes to Vogue
Eleanore Guthrie (’14) created Knorts, a line of knitted denim that, since its creation seven years ago, has been worn by celebrities and featured in the iconic fashion magazine Vogue. Today, Knorts has expanded the denim market by featuring comfortable, simplistic, and stylish pieces ranging from indigo to hot-pink flared pants, funky hats, deconstructed jackets, and Eleanore’s newest creation: hand-colored bikini tops as worn by Kendall Jenner.
Junior Daud Mumin Named a 2021 Truman Scholar
From a pool of 845 applicants nationwide, we are thrilled to share that Westminster junior Daud Mumin has been selected as one of 62 Truman Scholars for 2021! Truman Scholars are change-makers who demonstrate outstanding leadership potential, a commitment to a career in government or the nonprofit sector, and academic excellence.
Biology Students' Exhibit at Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Where does water in Salt Lake Valley come from? Where does it end up? Two Westminster biology students helped examine and visualize these important questions for an exhibition currently on display at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts at the University of Utah.