Monday, November 28, 2022

AUDIO: Webster University students perform as part of the band The Thin Dimes

Webster students Nick Pence, Hannah Satterwhite, Kevin Cheli and Gabe Maichel are four-sixths of the blues/folk/jazz band The Thin Dimes. The other members are Nick Pence's brother, Nathan Pence, and Paul Rhodes. The Thin Dimes play together around St. Louis and Columbia, performing a mix of covers and original songs.

PODCAST: Webster University alumni victim in Navy Yard shooting

Knight graduated from Webster University’s former satellite campus at Pope Air Force Base in N.C. in 2004 with a degree in computer resources management and information management.

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.

Trash to cash

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

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.

PODCAST: City Council postpones moratorium vote

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

Kavahn Mansouri vs. The World: A planet too far gone

Kavahn Mansouri states why he feels recycling isn't a master plan to save the world in this edition of Kavahn Mansouri vs. The World.

PODCAST: Runner makes history for Webster University

Senior cross country runner Ethan Jeffries made history by becoming the first Webster runner to win a cross country meet. Also, find out how Webster Interim Director of Athletics Merry Graf is making the transition at her new job.

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.

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.

AUDIO: Professional development unaffected by budget cuts

Webster University has placed a hold on travel and entertainment expenses in an effort to stay within its budget for the fiscal year. The hold will not affect faculty and staff’s professional development funds.

Podcast: Webster University Men’s Basketball misses mark against Missouri S&T

After the men's basketball team defeated the Fontbonne University Griffins, 78-60, the team was defeated by Division II school, Missouri Science and Technology. Find out how the Gorloks' game-plan faltered in the third loss of the season.