November 25, 2015


Livie Hal

Students join together for “It’s on us” video

Webster students Kelly Otto, Kaylen Kress, Kara Parr and Jake Thebeau created a Facebook page last week asking for students to come to the Quad Thursday, Nov. 19. A year after the “It’s On Us” campaign began at Webster, Thebeau said President Elizabeth Stroble’s office commissioned the four to direct and produce a video for the website.

Marion Ayers

Study abroad students flee Paris after terrorist attacks

Nov. 13 a series of coordinated mass shootings, suicide bombings and hostage-takings erupted in the tenth and eleventh districts of Paris. By the time the attacks ceased, 129 people were dead and more than 300 people were wounded. A group of Webster study abroad students were spending the weekend in Paris, as a part of a trip offered by Webster’s study abroad location at Regent’s College.


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