Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Officer’s Summit, SGA choose Delegate’s Agenda

A student survey and students leaders weigh in on campus issues.

Webster named ‘best for Veterans’

Webster’s School of Business and Technology was listed in the “Best for Vets: Business Schools” survey for top private institutions for graduate programs among four-year business schools.

Running down a dream

After being rejected from the U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Naval Academy and U.S. Military Academy because of his vision, Nate Hitchcock has a clear future with the Marines.

City council approves garage extension, with caveats

Webster Groves City Council unanimously approved Bill 8806 allowing Webster University to build a five-story parking garage extension if the university also constructs a left-turn lane at Edgar Road and Garden Avenue. University and city officials have been debating for months over which instituion will fund the left-turn lane.

Men’s tennis dominates opponents, wins three straight

The Gorloks pummeled Greenville, Eureka and Concordia and now stand alone in second place in the SLIAC.

Reaching bandwidth capacity

Webster's bandwidth is becoming over-utilized, with individual websites taking up too much bandwidth.

Continuing the conversation

The Webster University community responds to "Guest Commentary: Check!" by Joshua Ritchey from last week's issue. Join the conversation. Send your opinions on Ritchey's article or the other articles below to websterjournal@gmail.com.

Volleyball team makes NCAA tourney after Greenville sweep

The Webster volleyball team pummeled Greenville College in straight sets to earn a second straight trip to the NCAA Division III tournament.

Volleyball aims for second straight SLIAC title

Depth and last year's visit to the NCAA tournament fuel the Gorloks in 2012 as they try to repeat as St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champions.

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...

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,...

SGA event funding dwindles: programming, trip budget nearly out of funds

The amount of money in the Student Government Association’s (SGA) programming pool and Student Grant Fund (SGF) are dwindling

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...

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...

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...

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...