Monday, August 8, 2022

Former Webster University student detained by ICE, threatened with deportation

Francis Ladege immigrated to the U.S. from Sudan when he was nine years old. He has been a U.S. resident for 18 years. After several run-ins with the law, Ladege finds himself faced with indefinite detainment and possible deportation.

United States moves to dismiss federal complaint against Webster University

The complaint alleges the university committed fraud and could have cost the university upwards of $75 million.

Webster Quidditch hosts largest tournament in school history

Webster University was one of eight teams to play in the second annual Gorlok Invitation. The team faced off against World Cup-qualifying competition only losing one game.

Students begin recruitment for conservative political club

Webster students applying to form the Webster University Conservatives club hope to bring speakers like Dana Loesch and Ben Shapiro to campus. Sophomore Mikey Thomas...

Students conduct survey on diversity and inclusion on campus

SGA Ambassador of Student Inclusion Brian Barlay created a team to help understand what students need from Webster University regarding diversity and inclusion. Brian Barlay...

March for Our Lives in pictures

Photo: 15,000 protesters marched under the rain chanting for unity to end gun violence in St. Louis and nationwide.

Webster alum who survived eight gun shots learns to dance again

When Rain Stippec was shot in a random act of violence in 2017, she did not let that stop her from doing what she loves.

Webster graduate student-employee Chorsie Martin found dead in Glen Park apartment

Media Center employee and Webster student Chorsie Martin was found dead in his Glen Park Apartment Thursday morning after not being heard from since last Friday.

Webster combats human trafficking at home and abroad

Projects at Webster's St. Louis and Leiden campuses attempt to combat sex trafficking in two very different legal environments.

SLIAC approves spring sports schedule

Spring sports will be able to play, according to the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. However, COVID-19 numbers and health expert guidelines will play...

COVID-19 ravages student and university finances nationwide

For some colleges, experts say COVID-19 could be the tipping point. It was definitely not something freshman Marcel Dalton planned for. The coronavirus derailed everything: his...

PHOTOS Webster activists protest at the home campus #STLVerdict

Demanding police brutality to be condemned, Webster activists marched around the home campus on Tuesday chanting “show me what democracy looks like.” Zoe Burton is...

K-pop class returns for registration

The class is open for spring 2020 registration.  As K-pop gains popularity, Webster gains a new class that gives students a different perspective on music....

Students want Webster to divest from fossil fuels

12 students created a petition to urge Webster to change its spending. A group of students, staff and faculty aim to get Webster University to...
The Lizardtones rock headlining at AES Concert Series

The Lizardtones Rock Headlining at Audio Engineering Society Concert Series

When their previous headliner dropped out, AES had to make some changes to their lineup on Jan. 31. The Lizardtones stepped up to the...

Uzbekistan student helps thousands of families during COVID-19

Webster master’s student Fazliddin Bakhromov has been volunteering in Tashkent, Uzbekistan during COVID-19. His volunteer work has reached over 30,000 families. Fazliddin Bakhromov has helped...

Delegates’ Agenda returns with new structure after semester hiatus

After a semester off, the Delegates' Agenda returns with a new slate of topics and new rules to the process.