Thursday, May 19, 2022

Up and down Gorloks go 3-1 in weekend doubleheaders

Webster baseball team lost their first conference game since 2013; finish the weekend with a 3-1 record.

Kavahn Mansouri vs. The World: Harry Potter: the chosen one

The Harry Potter series influenced the lives of a generation on a global scale. The characters grew with readers and warmed their way into readers’ hearts in a powerful way.

PODCAST: Soccer teams continue winning ways

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

PODCAST: Jeffries has another stand out cross country meet

The Webster University Soccer teams began St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play Saturday with 5-0 victories. Also find out where Ethan Jeffries finished in his most recent cross country meet.

Webster University Basketball teams fall in doubleheader

Both the men's and women's basketball teams were defeated by less than three points. Find out how each team lost, and what the difference was in each games

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.

Kavahn Mansouri vs. the world: Vegetarianism

Journal news editor Kavahn Mansouri takes on copy editor Hailey Kaufman on the topic of vegetarianism in the first round of Kavahn Mansouri vs. the world.

Head Women’s Basketball Coach reflects on senior leadership

The Journal sat down with Head Women’s Basketball Coach Jordan Olufson and asked where the team stands and if he could reflect on the two seniors on the team — guard Kaliann Rikard and forward Courtney Pursley.

Kavahn Mansouri vs. The World: One series to rule them all

When it comes to fiction, Tolkien stands alone. Harry Potter will prove to be a passing fad in the long run.

Special project podcast: immigration in St. Louis

Matt Woods talks to Kristen Farrah, Hanna Holthaus and Christine Tannous about the Journal's next special project surrounding refugees and immigrants.

Webster teams off to NCAA Tournament

Find out what women's soccer senior forward Jordan Fosburgh thinks about going to the NCAA tournament, and what difference was in the men's soccer SLIAC championship loss.

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.

PODCAST: City Council postpones moratorium vote

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

The Extra Point: Webster pitcher racks up the strike outs after switch to NCAA...

Webster Pitcher Chris Jansen leads the Gorloks in strikeouts.

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.

Government Reopen

The government came to a decision and reopened today, Oct. 17.

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.