Thursday, September 16, 2021

VIDEO UPDATE: From politics to pop, a Q&A with Alyssa Hegwood

The Journal sits down with Alyssa Hegwood to talk about her life, her future and her newly released album.

VIDEO: Student with Hearing Trouble Benefits From Assistive Technology Services

Hearing impaired student Megan Moore says Webster has done an excellent job accommodating her needs.

Webster’s Interdisciplinary Science Building’s (ISB) final beam in place

The Webster community signed the last steel beam of the ISB. the ISB represents a significant investment in science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) fields. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwPd7XAmtJA

DOCUMENT: Provost moves into university-owned home

Nearly one year after Webster University purchased the two-story house at 8376 Big Bend Blvd., the property has a new tenant. Provost, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Julian Schuster was expected to move into the residence on Sept. 1, 2013, and is the only listed occupant.

PODCAST: Soccer teams continue winning ways

The mens soccer team also earned their fourth consecutive shutout in a weekend of Gorlok victories.

Webster human rights students, faculty visit Rwanda

Dr. Elizabeth Sausele, Dr. Lindsey Kingston and students traveled to Rwanda for two weeks as part of a human rights hybrid course. The group experienced the land and culture of the country including Azizi Life and the Kagali Genocide Memorial.

VIDEO: Parents Interviewed at New Student Orientation 2011

Several parents of new Webster students were asked to share their feelings on saying goodbye and on the orientation weekend. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AabZS0mSU18&w=560&h=345] All footage was captured...

Student finds quiet places to take Zoom classes

Commuter student Logan Nguyen takes an online class the same day as an in-person class. Over the first few weeks, Nguyen explored places to...

One of Webster’s best injured in win over Fontbonne

Ahmad Smith has set numerous records in his time at Webster, but he suffered a leg injury against Fontbonne and is out of action for at least a week.

VIDEO: Student brings his culture for Japan to Webster

Devin Spencer, a freshman study abroad student from Japan, teaches a form of martial arts called "Shorinji Kempo" on the Quad every Tuesday evening. He said the main reason he teachers it is to build self-confidence and to have fun.

VIDEO: Despite injuries, baseball team aims for 6th straight SLIAC title

If the Webster University baseball team wants to capture its sixth straight St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title, the Gorloks will have to overcome preseason setbacks.

Former East St. Louis police chief combats gun violence

Michael Hubbard knows how a bullet sounds flying past his head. Despite any dangers he has faced, he loves his city of East St. Louis.

St. Louis couples marry as an act of protest

Cupcakes and pride flags were passed out on the steps of St. Louis City Hall the week of Oct. 12. Lot's Wife Trans and...

VIDEO: On Air: Webster alumna Ashley Elzinga lives out dream as radio DJ

DJ personality Lux, a Webster alumna, is the only female host at 105.7 The Point. She found her calling for radio in second grade.

Missouri citizens debate gun accessibility

Missouri received an F rating in gun safety from the Gifford’s Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence. The center ranked Missouri the third worst state in...

Students recognized at annual leadership awards

The twenty-fourth annual Student Leadership Awards recognized students for their service to Webster University and their peers.