Monday, August 2, 2021

VIDEO: Men’s soccer shuts down Eureka, Knox to get to .500

Gorloks beat Red Devils 5-0 and Prairie Fire 4-1 for first back-to-back wins of the season.

Webster opens cafe near downtown campus

The Gorlok Grind Cafe held its grand opening celebration at the Gateway Campus yesterday, Mar. 29. The coffee and Webster apparel shop is the newest addition to the Arcade Building at the corner of 8th and Pine St. in downtown St. Louis.

BBB warns students of spring break scams

With spring break right around the corner, the Better Business Bureau is working to make sure college students are aware of the risk that comes with booking a trip through untrustworthy resources.

VIDEO: Thunder storm through Gorloks to end women’s soccer’s season

The season ended for the Webster University Gorloks with a 4-0 loss to No.11-ranked Wheaton College (Ill.). The Gorloks are disappointed with the loss but are excited for next season's potential.

VIDEO: Webster hosts its first Global Game Day to promote cultural exachanges

Webster University hosted its first Global Game Day April 6, organized by five different organizations on campus. The event was held to help International students and students who want to discover culture meet each other.

VIDEO UPDATE: Home of the Gorloks now home to professional soccer

The St. Louis Soccer Park will now be home a United Soccer League team. Athletic Director Scott Kilgallon said this will provide new opportunities for the Webster soccer team.

Lifestyle Spotlight: City of Parks makes Pointfest

Fenton-based pop-punk band City of Parks won the chance to perform at music festival Pointfest at Pop's Nightclub and Concert Venue. This will be the band's second year performing at the festival.

VIDEO: Gorloks clinch playoff berth with eight-point win over Greenville

Webster University's women's basketball team beat Greenville College 69-61 to claim a spot in the SLIAC tournament.

Webster student founds ‘sanctuary for dogs’

Webster student Autumn Smith originally was not a dog person, but now they are her life.

VIDEO: Webster University Professor Don Conway-Long Recalls Lessons Learned since 9/11

Don Conway-Long has been teaching courses on Islam at Webster since 1995. His goal since 9/11 has been to better educate students and get rid of the stereotypes on Islam.

Students recognized at annual leadership awards

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

Webster Students Decide on Presidential Race


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] All footage was captured...

VIDEO: Webster University Music Department Hosts 9/11 Memorial Concert

On the 10-year anniversary of September 11, the Webster University Music Department held its first concert of the semester in a cathedral downtown, in remembrance of the attacks in 2001.

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.

St. Louis streets torn by economic ruin and violence

Kendell McCline saw his dad murdered on the street in front his housing project. McCline said he would see a lot of shootings and killings before he decided to put up his own gun.