Sunday, February 28, 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.

MULTIMEDIA: Webster University students ‘live in poverty’ at Heifer Ranch, live in homes without...

Ten Webster University students spent half of their fall break in Arkansas in a poverty simulation to learn about world hunger. They slept in homes that exemplified poverty in different countries. They promised to pass on what they learned.

Transgender actress Dominique Jackson shares struggle to find acceptance

"I was so determined to prove I wasn't this abomination everybody said I was," Jackson said at the Oct. 17 fall headliners event. From fleeing...

Calling for Senator Hawley’s resignation, students join protest

Webster student Shaeleigh Parsons stared down at the big, painted yellow letters that spanned across the street in front of the Old Courthouse in...

Volleyball team must replace five starters despite restricted practices

Going into the spring season, the Webster Volleyball team only has two of the seven starters from their last conference tournament. The Webster volleyball...

NCAA Div-III to Reduce Punishment for Positive Drug Tests

Division III officials hope the rule change will encourage athletes to return to athletics, school after serving their suspensions.

Woody-Cooper appointed to American Psychological Association

Jameca Woody-Cooper has not only taught, but inspired students. Now, she is a member of the America Psychological Association.  In December 2020, Jameca Woody-Cooper, an...

Webster graduates’ future careers impacted by COVID-19

Kat Rubush was scheduled to work at the Opera Theatre of St. Louis over the summer. Then, COVID-19 canceled the season. “That scrapped plan A,...

‘One Brick Shy’ series built with Webster University connections

A web series by three Webster alums has allowed the women behind it a chance to build their friendship creatively, brick by brick. Jenna McDonald,...

‘Art is sanity:’ Artist with background in graffiti depends on his creations to keep...

Jordan Massey used to watch "graffiti trains" pass through his hometown. Now, he uses spray paint to create all kinds of art. Jordan Massey grew...

St. Louis couples marry as an act of protest

Cupcakes and pride flags were passed out on the steps of St. Louis City Hall the week of Oct. 12. Lot's Wife Trans and...

Softball player travels 4,420 miles, finds home away from home

German Anna Muecke has not seen her family in almost two years but her softball teammates have helped her create a new one at...

Blaming China is racist

Blaming China and its people for COVID-19 doesn’t prove anything. It just makes you racist. Just like anyone else, I see the “China Virus'' and...

Local art studio offers creators a chance to show off and sell work

Union Studio is here to help artists of all kinds. “I am proud that we have a reputation of everything being handmade but it...

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...

‘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...

Campus activities try to build community during COVID-19

On campus, clubs and organizations are figuring out new ways to connect and engage with students during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Involvement Fair was...