March 18, 2018

Author: Megan Favignano

Webster University Provost Julian Schuster answers questions about the university's budget at Faculty Assembly on Feb. 6. PHOTO BY HOLLY SWAN/The Journal
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Webster to make $6-7 million in mid-year reductions

Webster University will make more than $6 million in mid-year budget adjustments due to the university’s projected shortfall. The adjustments could reach $7 million. Webster Chief Financial Officer Greg Gunderson said the university will make short-term reductions to align the budget for fiscal year (FY) 2014 and approach the budget process for FY15 differently than last year.

Illustration by Victoria Courtney

Webster University volleyball wins SLIAC semifinal, now plays in Championship game against Principia College

The No. 2 seed Webster University volleyball team defeated No. 3 seed Westminster College in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) semifinals. The team is now facing the No. 4 seed Principia College (Ill.) in the SLIAC Championship game at Greenville College in Illinois. Webster is the only team that has made the SLIAC Tournament in all 19 years of the tournament.

Patrick McCaffrey said his uncle and coach Marty Todt taught him about the mental and emotional aspects of soccer, which made him a better player.