Monday, January 30, 2023

Webster volleyball team beats Greenville in five sets to cap undefeated week

The Webster University volleyball ended a perfect week of play by traveling to Greenville College and defeating the Panthers in an action-packed match.

Webster directors visit St. Louis for annual meeting

Ronald Daniel, director of Webster University’s campus in Geneva, sat at a table in the Grant Gymnasium eating lunch with people he meets with...

Former star volleyball player rejoins program as coach

Abby Williams was a force for the Webster University volleyball team during her four years as a player. Williams has returned to the program, this time as an assistant coach, to try to lead the Gorloks back to the NCAA tournament.

Officer’s Summit, SGA choose Delegate’s Agenda

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

Filmmaker Ken Burns visits Webster

Ken Burns, award-winning producer and director of documentary films such as “Baseball” and “The Civil War” came to Webster University on Sept. 19 for...

INTERACTIVE – SGA Fall 2011 Election Candidate Info

Interactive Information graphic about the Fall 2011 SGA candidates
Webster University cheerleading team

VIDEO: Webster University cheerleaders kick off season with increased numbers

By Josh Sellmeyer and Evan Mueller Even though she had been a varsity cheerleader all four years at Owensville High School, freshman Meghan Steineker admits...

VIDEO: Middle Ground: A conversation between an Israeli and a Palestinian

The constant threat of terror between Israel and Palestine is an ancient matter Webster University students Hanan Rahman, a Palestinian-American, and Daniel Movitz, a...

Webster violinist finds solace in running

Webster University senior cross-country and track athlete Tony Morales uses his violin to communicate and express himself.

St. Louis Holocaust Museum with Webster offer internships for students

Interns learn that genocide is not a thing of the past at the Holocaust Museum and Learning Center.

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.

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...

Dorm Room Dishes

Writer Megan Senseney provides an alternative food option when campus dining becomes bland.

VIDEO: Webster University student reflects on 10 year anniversary of 9/11

As a 5th grader in September 2001, Hanan Rahman remembers feeling scared and alone, and receiving community support. Other Muslims speak frankly about representing Islam, airport security and prejudice in the workplace after the 9/11 attacks.

VIDEO: Webster Student Tyler Holman Collects Thousands of Flags to Honor 9/11 Victims

Senior political science student Tyler Holman has a history of planting flags around Webster University's campus every year on September 11th. However, this year's preparation for the 9/11 memorial will involve replacing some of the flags after an act of vandalism and protest.

Webster University over awards work-study jobs to students last year, resulting in less positions...

Work-study jobs have been cut, leaving students to seek other employment.