Monday, December 6, 2021

BREAKING NEWS: Bolts from water pipe fall in parking garage

A portion of the parking garage will be blocked for repairs.

UPDATE: Ameren’s outage map shows customers in Webster Groves without power Sunday evening

Ameren customers in Webster Groves are without power. KSDK reported via Twitter that power will be restored by morning.

Repertory Theater of St. Louis to host Jane Austen festival

Jane Austen scholars and fans alike will fill the Loretto-Hilton Center Dec. 6 to 8 for a Jane Austen festival. The Repertory Theatre of...

Conservatory 50 years celebration planned for April

Webster's Conservatory commemorate 50 years with a celebration weekend April 20-22.

After 19 years as Webster Director of Athletics, Tom Hart takes position at Berry...

After 21 years at Webster University and 19 as the director of athletics, Tom Hart is leaving Webster to fill the same position at Berry College. Click to read about the other roles Hart has held at Webster over the years.

SGA announces election results

Student Government Association (SGA) announced election results for next school year.

Update: Police and Fire Department respond to UC transformer explosion

A witness said the transformer exploded at approximately 8:15 a.m.

Kodachrome: End of the Run

Webster University Press is proud to announce its first student/faculty collaborative work. Kodachrome End of the Run, Photographs from the Final Batches was edited by Electronic & Photographic Media professors Bill Barrett and Susan Hacker Stang.

Operating hours will not change for Media Center, Photography Lab

On Feb. 20 the media center will be opening and closing earlier.

Hiroshima survivor to speak at 2014 commencement

Hiroshima survivor Tanimoto “Koko” Kondo will be Webster University’s 2014 commencement speaker. She has spent the majority of her life sharing stories of the victims of Hiroshima and frequently speaks at her alma mater, American University in Washington D.C.

Majority of classes to shift to remote learning after Thanksgiving break

As COVID-19 cases in the area rise, Webster University announced new actions to limit community spread.  Webster University will be shifting most of its St....

SGA Election Results Fall 2012

See the winners of this year's fall SGA elections.

Sisu: a female exhibition, opens doors March 10

Webster's Arcade building will feature art pieces done by women for women throughout March to celebrate Women's History Month.

Joshua Maassen wins Photojournalist of the Year

For the second year in a row, a Webster University student has been named the Missouri Collegiate Photojournalist of the Year.

Study Abroad deadline this weekend

Do you want to study abroad? Deadline is coming up

Home campus power outage Wednesday Feb. 14

UPDATED 4:30 Webster will close West, East and Maria halls for safety reasons due to the power outage at 5 p.m. The Webster Village apartments...