October 2, 2014
“Its On Us” helps prevent and report sexual assault
Webster students and faculty provide awareness about the “It’s On Us” campaign by changing their Facebook profile pictures in support of sexual assault victims and bystander intervention.
The Webster Sports Roundup
The best of every active Webster sports at a glance, including updates, photos and highlights from the best moments of the season so far.
Webster groves property values rising, amid concern
Residential properties in Webster Groves have risen more than four percent in average value and are expected to rise more than one-and-half percent in the coming year, according to the…
Webster and Missouri S&T partner for new engineering program
Webster University and University of Missouri Science and Technology have established a partnership in order to provide students with access to an engineering degree.
Science building plans kick off with the help of design firm
Webster University officially kicked off the partnership with CannonDesign to begin design concepts for the Interdisciplinary Science Building.
Student opens up about sexual assault during Delegate’s Agenda
C.D. Wiley presented her topic of sexual assault awareness to Delegate’s Agenda and included her own personal assault with the delegates as well as the audience.
Freshman steps in for Webster’s All-Conference goalkeeper
Freshman Rachael Ainsworth and senior Jessica Davis are at different points in their Webster careers– but both have enjoyed similar success this season.
Different paths land senior and freshman in Women’s Tennis finals
Although it has been three weeks, and counting since the Webster Women’s Tennis team competed in the St. Louis College of Pharmacy Invitational, the tournament still has not ended. Webster tennis players Marissa Lewis and Monica Behrle will compete in the tournament’s final match, they just don’t know when.
Banned Books event allows students to openly read challenged books
The Banned Book Read Out event attracted students from evolutionists to the religious onto the quad to read passages from books that some consider controversial.
Keeping up with “Keeping Busy”
Cydney Lucio became a YouTube personality after a video she was in went viral over two years ago. Now operating her own channel, Lucio is setting an example of confidence for her young followers.
Muny partners with university for summer program
Webster University and The Muny have expanded their partnership by developing a new program for high school students focused on musical theatre, set to begin next summer. The program will…
The Extra Point: Webster pitcher racks up the strike outs after switch to NCAA Division-III
Webster Pitcher Chris Jansen leads the Gorloks in strikeouts.
Kavahn Mansouri vs. The World: Harry Potter: the chosen one
The Harry Potter series influenced the lives of a generation on a global scale. The characters grew with readers and warmed their way into readers’ hearts in a powerful way.
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