The Forum Podcast is a Forum Media production. The Forum newspaper started on Westminster's campus in 1938 and now, 82 years later, we have a podcast. Any content published by the Forum does not reflect the opinions of Westminster.
“Focus on what you can control”: sports psychology in the age of uncertainty
By Melissa Reeves
In this podcast, Forum reporter Melissa Reeves sat down with sport psychologist, Kelli Warmouth, to discuss mental health and sport psychology in the age of COVID-19.
GPS Office provides connection amid ‘awakening and questioning’ times
By Kate McMaster
Jan Saeed, director of spiritual life for the Office for Global Peace and Spirituality, shares the office’s current projects, events and resources. She discusses how to foster understanding in polarized times, COVID-19’s effect on emotional well-being and how her personal spiritual view informs her outlook on the pandemic.
Devin Maxwell sits down to talk about the music technology classes at Westminster
By James Carson
In this podcast, Forum Reporter James Carson sits down to talk with Devin Maxwell, a core adjunct professor in the school of music. They discussed the music technology courses that the school offers to students.
The Surreptitious World of Experimental Film with Tyrone Davies
By Katana Urry
Tyrone Davies, a film professor at Westminster College, shares his love for experimental film, and how it took him all over North America as a film curator. His passion immersed him in a community of people that he describes as both authentic and honest: “a welcoming crowd interested in new ideas,” said Davies.
Thanksgiving is a ‘myth,’ says member of Sovereign Choctaw Nation
By Lauren Shoughro
Roasted turkey, cranberry sauce and any type of potato one can think of -- These foods all represent Thanksgiving for most Americans. As students approach the holiday season, it’s important to understand the true history of the American holiday.
Franci Taylor, the director of the American Indian Resource Center at the University of Utah and a member of the Choctaw tribe, shared with The Forum what Thanksgiving means to her.
Army student studies behavioral counseling to shatter soldier stereotypes
Recorded by Mekenzie Denault. Edited by Marina McTee
Westminster student Joe Richardson talks about his journey through the military and how that lead him to want to be a family and marriage counselor for military families.