April 23, 2018

Author: Haley Walter

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Webster University left the flag at half-staff to stand in solidarity with the victims of the mass shooting in Vegas.  
PC: Sara Bannoura

Webster mourns mass shooting in Las Vegas

“Las Vegas is a small-town, believe it or not, so everyone knows everyone,” Jessica Aguilar-Adan said. “Therefore, this attack felt personal. Those people went to a music festival to laugh, sing and dance without a care in the world.” The Webster community reacts to the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

President Trump's latest addition to the travel ban include Chad, Venezuela and North Korea. 
Graphic: Haley Walter
PC: Paris Lewis
The new ISB building is located behind and attached to the East Academic Building.  
PC: Andrew Young
This map shows all Webster campuses in the Florida peninsula.  The 425-mile width of the hurricane meant all campuses could be impacted.
Photo by Sara Bannoura
Hurricane Irma is expected to make landfall as early as Saturday.  Governor Rick Scott issued a state of emergency across all counties in Florida.  
PC: Webster University Lakeland Facebook
Illustration by: Sarah Blankenship