Wednesday, May 5, 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.

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...
Marty Todt

Soccer legend Marty Todt inducted into Hall of Fame

After a 35-year coaching journey, Webster University men’s soccer coach Marty Todt was inducted into the St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame on Oct. 13.

The road to recovery

Sisters Hayley and Kelsey Rightnowar were told to say their goodbyes to their mother Angie more than four years ago when she tripped and fell down the stairs, causing a traumatic brain injury. Since then, Angie has progressed in therapy and could possibly even walk again, all with the support and care of her daughters.

Webster students, faculty and alumni protest on home campus in solidarity against Stockley verdict

Student activists gathered along with faculty and alumni to protest the not-guilty verdict of former St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley.

New Media Center policies cause concern

Students are discontent with new Media Center practices.

A World With No Sports Hits Hard For St. Louis Fans

By Nick Wagner In early March, the sports world was taken by storm. The NCAA cancelled its March Madness basketball tournament on March 12, leaving...

Residents, supporters of university and Eden voice opinions on proposed educational zoning changes

The Webster Groves City Plan Commission kept the public hearing open on proposed zoning changes that could affect Webster University Expansion. Webster Groves residents and members of the university voiced their opinions on the proposed changes to the rezoning.

$1 million program proposal made by Susan Polgar to Texas Tech, documents reveal

In emails obtained by The Journal under Texas open records law, TTU administrators wrote that the university would be unable to meet Polgar’s stipulations. In February 2012, Webster University announced Susan Polgar and SPICE would be moving from Texas Tech to Webster.

Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum hosts first Midwest Ai Weiwei exhibition

Famed artist and activist Ai Weiwei opened his exhibition, "Bare Life," at the Kemper Art Museum last week.  Contemporary artist and activist Ai Weiwei established...

Conservatory costume designers create outfits for unscripted play

Webster University Conservatory's “A Devised Piece” is created entirely in the mind of the actors. With no script to guide them, Conservatory costume designers work closely with the cast to style the show.

The Sporting Insider: Where’s Willie Trimble?

Webster University men's basketball player Willie Trimble will miss the first 11 games of the regular season. Sports Editor Josh Sellmeyer has the details.

Students move to the rhythms of the world

Slideshow: Students celebrate international culture and diversity at Webster University’s I-Fest

MULTIMEDIA: University, Eden look to overturn CUP denial

Webster University and Eden Theological Seminaries aim to overturn the refusal of a conditional use permit by the city of Webster Groves though a lawsuit.

Michael Long carries on fencing tradition

Adjunct Michael Long honors former coach through fencing class lessons

Human Rights Conference inspires students to volunteer

Two Webster students, Neha Purswaney and Addi Rios began volunteering for Welcome Neighbor STL after professor Lindsey Kingston introduced them to the organization. For two...

Chancellor Neil George set to retire at end of year

After 40 years at Webster University,  Neil George will retire from his position as chancellor at the end of the 2011-12 academic year. George has...