Monday, September 27, 2021

AUDIO: Former death row inmate Randy Stiedl speaks at Death Penalty Speaker Series

The mother of Reginald Clemons, a St. Louis man sentenced to death as an accomplice in the murder of two girls, maintains his innocence as she speaks at the Reggie Clemons Death Penalty Speaker Series at the Emerson Library Conference room on March 1.

Trash to cash

Webster’s recycled materials travel from Webster Groves to north St. Louis, prepped for sale.

AUDIO SLIDESHOW: Sisters of Loretto protest fracking, protect land

The Sisters of Loretto denied a plan to lay a pipeline under the grounds of the Sisters of Loretto Motherhouse. The pipeline will instead be directed through a neighboring county.

A look at the International Friendship Program

Webster's International Friendship Program gives the community an opportunity to develop friendships with international students. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BnAM3PV8Qo

Webster community reflects on Peter Sargent’s impact

“Peter left a legacy, a precious gift we must preserve, nurture and grow,” President Julian Schuster said. “He defined art at Webster: flamboyant yet...

Webster Wrap up:March 21

Administrators and staff take a furlough day, Sodexo employees threaten to strike over wages, and more on this edition of Webster Wrap Up. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/596115912"...

Fall Webster University athletic programs finished after NCAA appearances

The Webster women's soccer, and volleyball teams were eliminated in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Find out how Ethan Jeffries fared in the NCAA regional meet, and how the basketball teams did in its opening weekend.

VIDEO: St. Louis welcomes home war heroes, remembers fallen soldiers

Parents and friends remember together the hardships and trials of loved ones who serve in the military.

AUDIO SLIDESHOW: Webster Groves churches host vigil, support same-sex marriage

Local congregations gathered on Monday, March 26 to pray for a ruling in favor of marriage equality from the U.S. Supreme Court this week. The U.S. Supreme Court will hear the oral arguments of two cases that could change federal laws concerning same-sex marriage on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 26-27.

Jason Kander makes case to fellow ‘millennials’ during Webster visit

Current Missouri Secretary of State and Democratic nominee for senate Kander spoke at the Winifred Moore Auditorium Tuesday. According to Kander, who is 35, he is the first millennial to be elected to statewide office in the U.S.

Audio: Students show solidarity with banned books at Banned Books Read-Out

Students wore T-shirts that read "I'm with the Banned" at the Banned Books Read-Out on the Quad Oct. 2.

Eliot Wilde, freshman, continues love for guitar

Click to hear one of Eliot's songs Freshman Eliot Wilde started playing guitar through the Childbloom program at age five. “It wasn’t my decision to start,”...

AUDIO: Hip-hop cultural specialist teaches workshop, performs at Webster

Hip hop artist Toni Blackman taught students how to conquer their fears while performing spoken word poetry during her 'I Rhyme Like a Girl' workshop on March 28.

Late professor is guiding light for Theatre Department

Former Webster University Professor and Alumna Marita Woodruff’s 35-year-lamp and 25-year black chair were returned to Webster’s Conservatory of Theatre Arts department.

PODCAST: University soccer teams sweep Coe College Kohawks

The university soccer teams swept the Coe College Kohawks, and Mens Soccer Head Coach Michael Siener talked about how he coaches tennis from a team aspect.

PODCAST: City Council postpones moratorium vote

The city is considering placing Webster University in an institutional zoning (also known as educational zoning) district.