Monday, September 26, 2022

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.

A fondness for fashion becomes a career

ADD ABSTRACT: Former Webster student Sean Phillips turns his interest in fashion into a hybrid career.

Page issues tighter restrictions as COVID-19 cases rise

St. Louis County's daily COVID-19 cases topped over 1,000 last week. County officials are emphasizing the need to get cases under control or else...

Fragile fate: Resolution committee confident in re-signing of Troop 301’s charter

The resolution committee made its first presentation to the congregation on April 28.

Whitney Gelnett, alumna, lands job at ‘Two and a Half Men’

When Whitney Gelnett traveled to LA with no job prospects, but landed job on the major TV show.

New dean has history in gay rights movement

New Dean of Arts and Sciences Anton Wallner has a history as an athlete, gay rights advocate and dedicated educator.

UPDATED: GoFundMe raises money for SGA president after carjacking

Wiley has since recovered the car, although it was damaged extensively. A suspect is in custody, who Wiley was able to positively identify in a police lineup.

Higher education welcomes tattoos in the workplace

Webster's professors weigh in on how surprised they were that their tattoos were welcomed at the university.

Webster men’s Basketball suffers early exit from SLIAC tournament

The men's basketball team lost in the first round in the SLIAC tournament, despite home-court advantage.

Webster student helps local band Dots Not Feathers find fresh start with new lineup

Senior Katie Brooking joins five other musicians in the indie/pop band Dots Not Feathers. Read for more on how the band has evolved since its inception four years ago.

Students display art in ‘The Black Experience’

Seven Webster University students put on a show in the Visual Arts Building showcasing their lives as black individuals.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion conference promotes productive conversations about difficult subjects

Students and guest speakers spoke on panels on discussions about race, gender identity, sexuality and disability during the sixth annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion...

DOCUMENT: University, seminary file suit against City of Webster Groves

Webster University and Eden Theological Seminary filed suit against the City of Webster Groves on Wednesday, Sept. 18.

Kirkwood City Hall Shooting Memorial in Pictures

Wednesday, Feb. 7 marked the 10 year anniversary of the Kirkwood City Hall Shooting, which left six public servants dead.

Parsley prepares for first year as cross-country, track head coach

Webster athletics narrowed down more than 130 candidates to Pittsburgh native Kelly Parsley. Click to read about his expectations for the job and what lies ahead for the second track coach in school history.

Alumnus Maarten de Boer finds success as a celebrity photographer

Despite majoring in special education, Webster University alumnus Maarten de Boer found a passion for the camera. His career as an in-demand celebrity photographer earned him the Distinguished Alumni Award.

Webster announces new safety measures to slow COVID-19 spread

Students returning to campus for the fall semester are expected to follow safety measures outlined in an email sent to students on July 31. President...