Gage Hall 

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Gage Hall was named after Westminster professor Daniel Shaw Gage, 1863-1951.  He was an alumnus of Westminster, class of 1889, and a professor of Greek, philosophy and Bible for 58 years.



LAURA WILTSHIRE

Major:
 
Environmental Science and Transnational Studies

Minor:
Spanish and Anthropology

Hometown:
Lees Summit, Missouri

Why Westminster?
I love the interdisciplinary study required; and the small, tight-knit community makes it feel like a month camp.

What is your favorite class and why?
I absolutely adored my Into to Cultural Anthropology and Honors courses in Spring 2013.  They were very interrelated and both helped me open my eyes to new ways of thinking about people and the environment.  However, I think the best way to enjoy any class is to have done the homework ahead of time, and to participate in class discussions!  That was the key to my enjoyment of those classes.

Favorite foods? 
Homemade chocolate chip cookies, Bek's salad, Fresh-squeezed orange juice, and BBQ chicken

Favorite place on campus and why?
HAC - I love, love, love working out with my friends!  It's also a great place to relax and enjoy intramural games.

An interesting fact about you:
I'm a Disney fanatic - you'll notice the second you enter my room!

Advice to an incoming student:
Attend as many school events as possible, especially in the beginning of the year - it's a great way to meet people and make friends!

Clubs and Organizations:
Alpha Gamma Delta's External Philanthropy Coordinator, The Honors Program, SGA Executive Secretary, CAB volunteer, and the Varsity Women's Tennis team.



NICK FOX

Major:

Biology

Hometown:

Kansas City, Missouri

Favorite foods?
Watermelon, Chinese, Tai, and a crisp, dry salad.

Favorite place on campus and why?
Outside--anywhere.  I don't like being cooped up, and fluorescent lights are a bore. 

Advice to an incoming student: 
Make sure you read your textbook!  It is more important than you think!

Clubs and Organizations:
Resident Advisor, Break Dance Club