Wetterau Hall was named in 1978 after Mrs. Edna Wetterau Miller and her son Ted of the Class of 1951. Ted served on the Board and Edna’s grandsons, Mark and Conrad, also attended Westminster. This family line will now forever live in Westminster’s history.
Memphis, TennesseeWhy Westminster?
I wanted a place where I could be challenged to be as involved as I can while being at a small school. Favorite foods?
Barbecue anything. I love me some barbecue.Favorite place on campus and why?
The Chapel. It has a simple beauty that I just can't get enough of.Advice to an incoming student:
Be open to new things and don't be afraid to step out of your comfort zone, college is about experimenting and discovering yourself and what you love.Clubs and Organizations:
Vice President of A.F.T.E.R. (LGBTQ group), staff writer for the Columns.BONGIWE SHONGWE
Economics Major, Minoring in MathematicsHometown:
Manzini, SwazilandWhy Westminster?
When I first heard about Westminster, the college mission and values were very similar to those of my high school which was a UWC, thus advocated for unity and equal access to education in a diverse community, not just socio-economically or racially, but in any other way that makes us as people differ from one another. That sense of community, as well as having my own identity, amongst many other things, I truly found here.Favorite foods?
Almost anything that is homecooked. But I especially love dishes that include pork!!!Favorite place on campus and why?
Latshaw Plaza in the Quad. Brings back a lot of good memories from my freshman year :)An interesting fact about you:
I still have slight difficulties telling my right hand from my left hand. But I'm getting better!!Advice to an incoming student:
Be you, not who and what you think others will like. Also, be sure that you attract people's attention for all the right reasons. Westminster is a small campus, and there is room for one to be whatever and whomever he/she desires.Clubs and Organizations:
African Union Organization (former Treasurer), Westminster Catholic Students Group (returning Vice President), member of Interfaith Advisory Board, Westminster Poverty Initiative