October 25, 2020

Author: Tiffany Woods

Students’ stress levels rise as finals approach

In the last weeks of the semester, some Webster students may be feeling the strain that comes with final projects and exams. But exam crunch time isn’t the only thing worrying students. Junior Emily Korenak, international relations major, said her stress comes from her own expectations.

New SBT building construction ahead of schedule

Students, staff and faculty had a chance to sample and vote for the furniture that might fill the George Herbert Walker School of Business and Technology building in a furniture fair held April 18 and 19 at Eden Theological Seminary. Construction on the new Business and Technology building is three weeks ahead of schedule, and should be ready to hold classes by Spring II of 2012.

Kodachrome photos shown in May Gallery

A collection of the last images captured on Kodak’s Kodachrome film spanned the walls of the May Gallery last Friday to commemorate the film stock’s retirement. Webster University students and faculty showcased their now-rare photographs using historical film.

Education graduates uncertain about employment

Education graduates question their likelihood to find a job as a volatile economy causes state governments and school districts making budget cuts in education. Public schools receive funding from federal and state governments and local taxes. When these resources dwindle, schools compensate by cutting costs, which has lead to teacher layoff.

Whether in dorms or commuting, your campus is what you make it

Anyone who’s lived in Webster University’s housing knows it’s not exactly an “Animal House” experience. The small size of Webster does not lend itself to the college life of a large state university. Even so, living with other people your age in large numbers is an invaluable life experience, one that really only happens when you’re in college.