March 18, 2018


David Wertheimer, a Webster Geneva communications major, speaks about his photo project on gender equality titled “Androgen,” in which he compares the physical qualities imposed by society on both males and females. Wertheimer was one of the presenters at the Swiss campus at the recent media conference on gender equality and women’s rights. - Carlos Restrepo
Yvonne Osei, a sophomore Graphic Design major and Nadja Cajic, a senior psychology major speak about issues concerning classroom renovation at the Delegate's Agenda March 3, 2011, in the University Center Sunnen Lounge.
Some faculty members have complaint about the Islamic pamphlet that has circulated their mailboxes

Students say parking passes not worth it

Travis Kelly, who doesn’t have a parking pass this semester, and who had his car booted three times for not having a parking pass and parking in visitor parking, reflects two of the biggest problems students complain about on campus — parking and the price of parking passes.

Courtesy Senator's Website/MCT Christopher 'Kit' Bond, former Republican Senator from Missouri, was announced as the selected speaker on Feb. 25
CAROLYN COLE / MCT Campus There were 16,000 inhabitants of the village of Minami-Sanriku before the Tsunami hit on March 15. More than half of them are still missing.
EVA CONNORS / The Journal Associate provost Nancy Hellerud came to Webster University to answer questions from faculty and staff in the University Center Sunnen Lounge Jan. 12.

Webster welcomes new associate provost

Webster University’s St. Louis campus welcomes a new member in a first-time position. Nancy Hellerud, interim dean at Hamline University, will be the new associate provost of the university. She will assume position Monday, April 18.

MAYA NORFLEET / Contributor The Webster Thailand campus started a process of restructuring early this year.
EVA CONNORS / The Journal Ho-Jin Lee, former ambassador of S. Korea, addresses students and faculty on Feb. 24 in the Sunnen Lounge.
Tornados in Missouri
GRAPHIC BY JOSHUA MAASSEN / Webster University seniors with a student visa must find a job in their area of study withing three months of graduating or must return to their countries
CONTRIBUTED BY RACHEL KAUFER Lauren Flecke, a Webster alumnus, tries to avoid the overwhelming smell while diving in a dumpster outside the Webster Villiage Apartments Feb. 19 during a waste audit conducted by WSES.
JOSHUA MAASSEN / The Journal  Back up emergency lights guided students through the May Gallery inside the Sverdrup building when the power suddenly went out at the university and other areas of Webster Groves, Feb. 21. Ameren Missouri restored power on campus approximately an hour later.