COVID-19

At Risk COVID19

By Alex Darmody Logging on to any form of social media in this time period is a minefield. Whether it be an estranged family member posting...

Webster students experience discrimination during COVID-19 due to Asian heritage

Webster student Mimiw Seagrave returned hometown in Thailand as the COVID-19 pandemic spread across America. Her parents, however, were worried about the spread of...

Uzbekistan student helps thousands of families during COVID-19

Webster master’s student Fazliddin Bakhromov has been volunteering in Tashkent, Uzbekistan during COVID-19. His volunteer work has reached over 30,000 families. Fazliddin Bakhromov has helped...

Conservatory student uses her skills to create face masks for family

Webster student Dorathy Johnston has been sewing nearly all her life. Johnston is putting her costume design skills to use by creating face masks...

COVID-19 ravages student and university finances nationwide

For some colleges, experts say COVID-19 could be the tipping point. It was definitely not something freshman Marcel Dalton planned for. The coronavirus derailed everything: his...

Gorloks on the Front Lines: Eyes from the Eye of the Hurricane All-in-one

By Brian Ostrander Webster Nursing department students photo courtesy of Webster University “We are really in a good era to handle this, if ever there is 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...

Coronavirus could cause major impacts for SLIAC schools

St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Commissioner Dick Kaiser saw collegiate games get canceled after 9/11. He remembered a campus measles outbreak canceling a team’s...

Connecting with Students in the Age of COVID-19

Graphic by Nermina Ferkić When the first case of COVID-19 was detected in the United States in January 2020, nobody could have predicted the aftermath....

COVID-19 affects Webster Groves, the first few weeks in photos

On March 11, Webster University announced all classes would move online until April 3 in response to the coronavirus outbreak. However, as the situation...

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...

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)...

National Collegiate Athletic Association grants extra season to student-athletes

Webster students have been granted an extra season of their spring sport. Seniors are left deciding what to do after planning on graduating this...

Webster gives students choice on pass/fail grading

Webster students have the option to make any of their courses pass/fail until April 24. Webster University adjusted its pass/fail policy for the spring semester...

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...

Film majors conquer challenges caused by campus closure

While the Webster University campus has been closed, film major Brooke Kinsley has focused on film making. Other film majors, however, feel the shutdown...

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