Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Webster student tests positive for COVID-19

The Conservatory student tested positive after a trip to New York over spring break. President Julian Schuster and the COVID-19 Task Force announced a...

Behind the Scenes of the Webster COVID-19 Task Force

The COVID-19 Task Force has been responsible for keeping students and staff updated all semester.  By: Charlotte Renner As Webster University students, along with faculty and...

Local store Blue Dahlia Designs restructures business to survive

Mother and daughter duo Angie and Alyssa Mangan opened their dream interior design store last August. Now, COVID-19 caused them to rethink how they...

Student housing to close by March 22

President Julian Schuster announced the "phased departure" of student housing due to coronavirus in an email sent to students. All student housing facilities on and...

Comparing Webster’s COVID-19 plan to other St. Louis area colleges

Webster returned to campus with temperature checks and daily health screenings. What are other St. Louis colleges doing? So, what’s the plan? Webster students returned to...

Webster moves to online classes amid coronavirus outbreak

In an email sent earlier today, Webster University President Julian Z. Schuster said all classes will be moved to an online setting due to the...

UPDATED: Incoming freshmen remain positive despite uncertainty during COVID-19

“Going in as a freshman, knowing that everyone's going through this together, I feel like it's really going to help me there as a...

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....

International students face new challenges due to COVID-19

Yasmin Khan was one of the many students at Webster that felt displaced after the closure of on-campus housing. She was tasked with making...

Shrewsbury local hosts park party to bring community together

Caitlyn Reynolds knew something had to be done for local businesses during the COVID-19 shutdowns. Her solution? Park parties. On Saturday, Sept. 25,  Caitlin Reynolds...

54% of schools did not have a pandemic plan before COVID-19

During the 2017-2018 school year, most schools did not have a written plan for a pandemic. Webster Groves School District was one of the...

Historians Seek Stories of the Pandemic

By Sarah Hammeke The COVID -19 pandemic and its impact on society will forever be in the history books as the Missouri Historical Society (MHS)...

Webster announces remote learning for summer 2020 courses

Webster University's summer 2020 classes will now be held online. The decision was announced by the COVID-19 Task Force on April 9. Today, Webster’s COVID-19...

Local fitness retailer sees 392% increase in sales of exercise equipment during COVID-19

As fitness enthusiasts began to work out at home during the pandemic, Play It Again Sports saw a drastic increase in their sales of...
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The sad irony of it all

For someone who has downplayed the virus and used it as a tool for political division, it is no wonder President Donald Trump tested...

Teams forced to adjust practices due to COVID-19

Fall sports have been put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but teams are still training. Practice looks different this year, though, as...