Thursday, July 29, 2021

Broeder, Stimpfl to fill in for Wilson

Wilson’s resignation left the dean position for the College of Arts and Sciences vacant. A void that is now temporarily filled by two faculty members of the college; Jenny Broeder and Joseph Stimpfl.

Webster faculty helps vaccinate St. Louis community

Nursing Professor Mary Ann Drake looked at her patient after vaccinating them against COVID-19. The patient had tears in her eyes; she was a...

‘Let’s get to work;’ Alumni serve in Biden administration

Gen. Lloyd Austin III will be making history as both the first Black Secretary of Defense and Webster alum in a cabinet position. Jesse...

A resistance rejuvenated: ResistSTL says ‘Trump must go’

ResistSTL reactivated this summer as people in the St. Louis area came together to resist President Donald Trump. Keith Rose grabbed his lawn chair, mask...

Social movements on the rise: Students speak out for justice

Breonna Taylor was honored by students at a vigil on Sept. 27. Junior and president of the Association for African American Collegians Savanna Hulbert...

Classes will move online for rest of the semester

Webster students will finish the spring 2020 semester online. President Julian Schuster announced the decision to move to an online setting in an email...

Webster Men’s basketball wins conference tournament

Webster men's basketball team beat Greenville University to win the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament on Feb. 29. This is the team's first...

Hawley advises closure of Confucius Institute

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) wrote a letter to Webster this summer cautioning the school against continuing relations with the Confucius Institute. This summer, Missouri Senator...

Strange Donuts founder turns a second chance into success.

Jason Bockman grew up living in group homes. Now he owns a half-a-million dollar house in West County. Jason Bockman went from a troubled adolescent with...

Spring headliners Bobby Berk and Karamo Brown teach importance of self-worth

"I want you to know things do get better," Brown told headliner attendees.  When “Queer Eye” stars Bobby Berk and Karamo Brown came to Webster...

Employees feel impact of mandatory furlough day

Staff members affected by the mandatory furlough will have reduced pay for the next eight weeks. All U.S. Webster University administrators and staff took a...

Webster drag queen trades books for ‘lewks’

Former film major T.K. Mays (a.k.a. Tiki Vonté) recently placed second in the St. Louis drag competition "Glitter to Gore." When T.K. Mays moved from...

Webster alums start publishing operation Riso Hell

The images they draw come to life in the form of prints, wallpaper or stickers - all from the Riso printer.

Terry Crews inspires students with personal life stories

From addict, to artist, to football star, to actor. Terry Crews had a lot to talk about with students.

Former student raises awareness for child abuse in Pakistan

She was the Vice President of SGA at Webster. Now she is leading a movement in Pakistan.

Webster alum protets D.C. Kavanaugh hearings with NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri

The two went to D.C. with a mission. Now their fight continues back home.

Galaxy Radio seeks to innovate sports coverage in 2018-19

Sophomore Michael Langston saw both of his parents enter some form of radio in Missouri. This year, he took a step into creating his...