Monday, September 26, 2022

Dismissed professor spoke out about colleague’s death

A Webster University Thailand professor passed around autopsy photos of a colleague he suspects was murdered.

Webster student overcomes adversity to accomplish his dream

Webster University sophomore Dominic Newton has travelled 2,580 miles around the world, only to end up in Webster Groves, where he now teams up with a friend he met along the way.

Biden’s stutter is not dementia and it’s definitely not a joke

In her first speech after the 2020 presidential election, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris introduced Joe Biden as “a man with a big heart.” In...

House caught on fire in Webster Groves

A fire broke out at a house located at the intersection of Fairview Avenue and Bompart Avenue in Webster Groves, roughly a mile away...

Pipe damage in Sverdrup leads to minor flood damage

Written by John Hund  A bathroom pipe burst on the second floor of Sverdrup Hall Wednesday morning in the south end of the building. Standing...

Webster University art department professor dies

Brad Loudenback, a drawing professor at Webster, died April 3.

SGA president resigns

Valdimir Radojkovic cited "disrespect" from the dean of students.  Vladimir Radojkovic resigned from his position as Student Government Association (SGA) President last week with one...

Pagan strives to win fourth NSCAA All-Region Award

Brianna Pagan is hoping to have another strong season and help lead her team to the NCAA Championships.

Local fitness retailer sees 392% increase in sales of exercise equipment during COVID-19

As fitness enthusiasts began to work out at home during the pandemic, Play It Again Sports saw a drastic increase in their sales of...

Student-run exhibit tackles sensitive subjects

A student-run exhibit titled "Back to Our Roots" sets a goal for students to reconcile with their past. Webster’s first-ever student-run exhibit entitled “Back to...

Masks create problems for deaf individuals

St. Louis County issued a mask mandate for everyone over the age of 9. This public health order has caused new communication barriers for...

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...

New York photography trip lets students explore career paths

All 10 students got to go to professional studios, meet professional photographers while also exploring the city with their cameras.

UPDATED: Incoming freshmen remain positive despite uncertainty during COVID-19

“Going in as a freshman, knowing that everyone's going through this together, I feel like it's really going to help me there as a...

Editorial: Cutting students activities the wrong answer to Webster’s financial problems

With the revelation of Webster’s fourth consecutive shortfall, it is more important now than ever that Webster and its administration stick to a promise it made to its students during this year’s spring convocation: keep students’ best interests in mind. Webster students’ best interests are not the cutting of academic and extracurricular programs they came to Webster for.

Connecting with Students in the Age of COVID-19

Graphic by Nermina Ferkić When the first case of COVID-19 was detected in the United States in January 2020, nobody could have predicted the aftermath....