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.

St. Louis petitions for professional soccer team

St. Louis has renewed its push for a Major League Soccer (MLS) franchise. With the potential of having a team, many players and coaches...

Gathering Gorloks: Why student athletes choose Webster

It's a long process for Webster University student athletes to become Gorloks. See the recruitment process from their perspectives in an in-depth story by sports writer Andy Arb.

Kirkwood and Meacham Park residents still feel separate 10 years after shooting

Meacham Park residents remember Kirkwood shooter as a friendly neighbor. They are also aware of some of the social issues that may have led to his actions.

Arcade Building renovation key in Webster downtown location

The renovations to the Arcade Building will be the next step in Webster's plans to become a partner in the St. Louis area.

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.

Former star athlete Ashley Zeier set to enter Webster Hall of Fame

Though she only tallied one goal and nine assists for her career, Ashley Zeier is headed to the Hall of Fame because of her defensive dominance.

Gorloks fall into loser’s bracket in College World Series

Webster's start to the 2013 College World Series put the Gorloks in the loser's bracket for the second year in a row. Webster faced arguably the best pitcher of the day -- compared to the earlier College World Series games -- and failed to rattle him.

Webster payroll system browser issues cause student employee frustration

Webster University launches two year project “My Webster” with obstacles.

Webster women’s soccer team looks to four-peat

Webster University looks to repeat as conference champions for the fourth year in a row.

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...

Revenge escapes Gorloks, team rebounds with win over Rhodes

Webster men's soccer had been waiting three years for a rematch against Loras College, but the Gorloks fell 4-1. The team recovered with a shut-out win the next day against Rhodes College.

Webster baseball stays at No. 2 despite win streak

The Webster University baseball team went 4-0 in week 9 of the season, but kept its No. 2 ranking even with No. 1 Linfield College’s loss to George Fox University. Head Coach Bill Kurich voted to keep Linfield and Webster No. 1 and 2 respectively.

Former Webster University students own St. Louis staple Vintage Vinyl

Lew Prince and Tom "Papa" Ray stray from areas of study to pursue music with one of St. Louis' most known establishments: Vintage Vinyl.

Men’s soccer clinches berth in SLIAC tournament

A 2-0 win over conference rival Fontbonne University on Oct. 23 means the Webster men's soccer team has earned a spot in the four-team SLIAC tournament.

Webster’s Super Fan

Webster University professor Larry Furrer has attended 600 Gorlok athletic contests in his 20 years at the university.

Adjunct professor Renee Hirshfield collapses, dies during class

Students performed CPR and called 911. Paramedics arrived at the scene but could not revive Hirshfield.