Monday, February 6, 2023

Webster graduates’ future careers impacted by COVID-19

Kat Rubush was scheduled to work at the Opera Theatre of St. Louis over the summer. Then, COVID-19 canceled the season. “That scrapped plan A,...

Webster unveils new Sverdrup Building renovations

State-of-the-art, purpose-built, a giant playground of audio equipment – these are just some of the words used to describe Sverdrup’s phase II of renovations.  The...

Student-loan forgiveness: are you keeping up with the latest?

The Biden administration’s student-loan forgiveness program is now before the Supreme Court, with a ruling expected from the high court sometime this year. Last...

Webster University places “books on trial”

Every year, book lovers across the world dedicate the last week of September to celebrating and raising awareness of banned books. The event, known...

International students navigate academics while dealing with cultural shock

The life of a young college student is tough: Between assignments, quizzes and exams, they have to manage to make time for themselves to...

Food truck scene flourishes with new gardens

In the past decade or so, the St. Louis dining landscape has been transformed by food trucks, popular mobile kitchen units serving specialty items...

The District in Chesterfield wows as new entertainment venue

Bringing new life to Chesterfield, The District of St. Louis offers a unique combination of entertainment sure to capture all audiences, including the already-popular...

No longer a military base: Armory STL opens to public

The Armory building has seen many changes in its history. It originated as a base for the 138th infantry of the Missouri National Guard...

Gateway Arch gains national park status, revitalizes landmark

In 2018, St. Louis’ most famous monument - The Gateway Arch - was granted the status of national park, one of many in Missouri...

Renovated Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum opens

Seventy-seven years ago, the tragedy that is the Holocaust ended after killing over 6 million Jews. Since then, Holocaust museums and memorials have been...

Brickline Greenway to connect several St. Louis Parks

In five to 10 years, St. Louis city’s infrastructure will be completely transformed and changed. Forest Park, Tower Grove Park, Fairground Park and Gateway Arch...

Expanding City Foundry STL curates local vendors in Midtown

It all started in Atlanta: Will Smith, managing director of New + Found investment firm, was living there when his father, the company’s CEO,...

Saint Louis Zoo WildCare Park expected to open in 2027

In five years, locals and St. Louis visitors will have the opportunity to experience a real-life safari without leaving the city at the new...

St. Louis Union Station modernized for changing city

Just five years ago, the downtown St. Louis skyline was just the Gateway Arch and the buildings that surround it. Today, St. Louis Union Station,...

Ukrainian Webster student adjusts to ‘new normal’

For Dariia Sidorova, most days are the same. She goes throughout her day with hardly any electricity, no warmth, no fresh meals, sometimes no...

Get to know your Counseling and Life Development staff

At the beginning of the fall semester, nine graduate interns entered the doors of 540 Garden Ave. for the first time. Approximately 35 years prior,...

On-campus food pantry issues desperate call for donations during holiday season

This holiday season is seeing an urgent need for food, clothing and toiletries for struggling Webster University students. In the critical weeks leading to Thanksgiving,...