Saturday, October 1, 2022

Webster Art Coalition brings back print sale after absence

The Webster Art Coalition hosted the print sale on Dec. 9 and 10, giving student artists the ability to connect with peers and sell...

College of Arts and Sciences throws first Ugly Sweater Party

According to organizer Kathryn Watkins, more than 75 students attended the Ugly Sweater Party on Dec. 9. Students roasted S’mores over an open fire,...

Webster University’s dean of students responds to student protests

John Buck, the dean of students at Webster University, said his door is open for students who want to discuss issues they may be...

Local Elementary Students Pull “Wagon Train of Food” to Fight Hunger

Second-and-third-graders from The college School delivered over 3,000 nonperishable food items to Emmanuel Episcopal Food Ministry on Nov. 19. The sun was shining. The...

Local holiday light attractions go up for the season

Throughout this month, both big businesses and small shops alike are celebrating the holiday season with extravagant light shows and decorations. If you’re looking to...

Danielle Schultz becomes first national qualifier in Webster history

Danielle Schultz is a cross country runner at Webster University. She became the first person in cross country to qualify for the NCAA Division...

Phase two of ‘Sverdrup Re-Imagined’ scheduled to start in January

The renovations will focus on media production facilities in the School of Communications, such as a new soundstage and audio suite. Starting in January,...

Webster Art Professor Exhibits ‘In Shadows’ at the Sheldon

Webster professor Tate Foley said his exhibit's theme is inspired by a french philosopher's idea of living in a simulation. French philosopher Jean Baudrillard...

‘Webster students must unite:’ Students join together in protest

Students chanted phrases like "If they refuse to treat us right, Webster students must unite," at a protest on Nov. 16. The protest started...

Soccer team chases championship after record-breaking season

The men's soccer team has won their last 24 conference match-ups. Players like Matt Coffey, however, said he is still taking things one game...

Delta Phi Epsilon’s Fall Fest raises money for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Delta Phi Epsilon's president Madison Zumwalt said the sorority worked to offer fun activities for the community of Webster Groves while also raising money...

Webster Groves welcomes ‘visual literature’ store Betty’s Books

Betty's Books offers literature like manga ang graphic novels to the Webster Groves community. owner Betty Bayer said pictures have the power to add...

Webster athletics promotes Red Card Campaign at City Hall

Webster's soccer and softball teams, joined by Chancellor Elizabeth Stroble, went to Webster Groves City Hall on Oct. 5 to sign the red card...

VetSuccess on Campus offers help to veterans across Missouri

Webster University offers a VetSuccess on Campus program. The program offers everything from job references to counseling for veterans. Webster University’s Jason Blakemore sits...

Alumni Justin Bailey opens exhibition at Webster University’s Hunt Gallery

"Traces I was here" was the Hunt Gallery's first in-person exhibition since the pandemic. THe reception took place on Sept. 17. On Friday, Sept....

Jim Obergefell talks activism at Webster’s first Speaker Series of the year

Jim Obergefell spoke to webster students on Sept. 20 at the Loretto Hilton Center. The 2015 Supreme Court case Obergefell v. Hodges effectively legalized...