July 20, 2019

Author: Mary Eveker

First adjunct professor elected to Webster’s faculty senate

“No one lives forever, except through what they leave behind.” This reads at the bottom of Terri Reilly’s emails. This is more than just her tagline – for this adjunct professor it represents her motivation behind her teaching career, and it sheds light on her dedication to represent adjuncts on the Faculty Senate at Webster University

Webster art students struggle to pay class lab fees

“I can’t speak for the individual teachers, but one thing students don’t see are the things that we buy, like say drawing boards and easels, paper cutters and devices. We have to then ask students to buy a certain amount of materials themselves. Art is just unfortunately a very expensive process,” drawing professor Brad Loudenback said.

‘A spiritual battle’: Webster Groves churches take part in 40 Days for Life campaign

Members of the Catholic parishes Annunciation and Holy Redeemer in Webster Groves joined Pagano and Chesterfield-based Incarnate Word Parish and other anti-abortion organizations. The group took part in the nationwide anti-abortion campaign called 40 Days For Life campaign on Wednesday, Oct. 9. As part of the campaign, parish members prayed and held signs at the clinic.