Tuesday, May 30, 2023

DPS refers stalking incident to police

Webster Groves Police Lt. Andy Miller said an ex-boyfriend attempted to contact the victim while returning property to her. Police warned him not to...

Panel of Webster professors speak out on the 2016 election

Political science professor Gwyneth Williams, history professor John Chappel and international relations professor Kelly-Kate Pease shared their views on presidential politics.

Politicking Me Off: Donald J. Trump’s United States of Fear

"We tried, as a country, having a black president. We tried to be at peace with the idea that all American citizens deserve health care that could prevent them from dying. We tried the idea of a multicultural society and regarding women as equals and extending some rights to LGBT people."

Webster named best in state, sixth in nation for online programs

AccreditedSchoolsOnline.org ranked Webster's online program sixth out of a total of 1,461 colleges and universities.

Crossing musical borders

Webster University alumnus Juan Salas found his love for music education where he was born and raised, Colombia. In 2010, he started volunteering in Colombia at a free public music school for underprivileged youth. He now does the same type of volunteer work for music schools in St. Louis.

Administration says staff jobs are not in danger despite budget shortfall

The path forward for Webster University will focus on reaching out to minority and first-generation college students, as well as offering more need-based financial aid, administrators said at a meeting today.

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...

Search advisory committee for CFO announced

A search advisory committee for Webster University’s chief financial officer (CFO) was announced April 6 in a Webster press release. According to the press...

UPDATED: GoFundMe raises money for SGA president after carjacking

Wiley has since recovered the car, although it was damaged extensively. A suspect is in custody, who Wiley was able to positively identify in a police lineup.

Webster Weekly Briefing: Week of February 8

Here is what you need to know to start your Webster week...

Webster student studying in Belgium safe after terrorist attacks in capital

One Webster University student studying in Belgium at the Université libre de Bruxelles has been accounted for and is safe, a Webster University press release said today.

UC parking closed off due to iFest

Several rows of parking spaces in the University Center (UC) lot were closed off Thurs., April 14. A public safety spokesperson said Thursday the spaces were closed off for iFest.

Students will not vote on possible smoking ban this semester

A proposal for a vote to ban smoking on Webster University’s home campus has not been approved for Student Government Association’s spring ballot.

Webster shuttles transport voters to the polls

Webster employees volunteered to drive students living on campus to the polls.

Thefts reported in Loretto-Hilton Center

Webster University's Public Safety released a advisory April 5 warning students of several thefts that have taken place in the Loretto-Hilton Center in the past month.

INTERACTIVE: Tax documents reveal President, Provost and SPICE coach received bonuses and raises in...

President Elizabeth Stroble, Provost Julian Schuster and Webster Chess Coach Susan Polgar received nearly $170,500 in bonuses during the 2014 Calendar Year (CY), university tax documents revealed. Stroble and Schuster also received raises to their base salary compared to the CY13.