Saturday, October 16, 2021

Webster Students Research Bees and the Community Through Shutterbee

If you live in St. Louis and have a backyard (or access to a local park), you can become a citizen scientist. By Charlotte...

Three editors selected as finalists in regional competition

Journal editors Dan Bauman, Josh Sellmeyer and Brittany Ruess have been selected as finalists in the Society of Professional Journalists "Mark of Excellence" awards.

Where’s where in student living

Apartments. Rental homes. On-campus. Off-campus. When it comes to living spaces, there are many options. These featured places offer various amenities, advantages and disadvantages.

Director of Student Engagement expected more from SGA fall elections

With seven senate positions available in this year’s SGA fall elections and just five students running, voters had little to choose from.

INTERACTIVE: Tax documents reveal President, Provost and SPICE coach received bonuses and raises in...

President Elizabeth Stroble, Provost Julian Schuster and Webster Chess Coach Susan Polgar received nearly $170,500 in bonuses during the 2014 Calendar Year (CY), university tax documents revealed. Stroble and Schuster also received raises to their base salary compared to the CY13.

Counseling and Life Development office working to offer a virtual COVID-19 support group

One student has expressed interest in the virtual support group so far, according to Patrick Stack. The group would meet virtually on Tuesdays at...

Progressives gather to protest presidential debate

In a protest organized by Fight for 15, various groups expressed their dissatisfaction with one or both of the presidential candidates.

Webster releases response to Trump immigration order

Webster University has released a statement on President Donald Trump’s executive order suspending immigration from seven “countries of concern” in North Africa and the Middle East.

The Ladege family escapes Sudanese civil war

Francis Ladege and his family are originally from Sudan. They evacuated their home country for their own survival.

Alliance for Interracial Dignity discusses race in the Webster Groves community

The Alliance for Interracial Dignity discussed community issues related to race and ethnicity. They will continue to discuss and create initiatives to address community issues.

Webster adjunct runs for Missouri representative

Brian Elsesser, an adjunct faculty member at Webster University, is running for Democratic state representative in Missouri’s 77th district. Students at Webster have started volunteering for his campaign, and Elsesser says education and social justice are his focus.

Webster Title IX policy under review

“There’s nothing that’s happened with what’s come out of the federal government that tells us we have to weaken our policies,” university Title IX coordinator Betsy Schumtz said.

Service dogs assist veterans through mental illness

Tom Palozola relied on his dog Basilone, who helped him cope with anxiety and stress. Organizations like Missouri Patriot Paws match veterans with service dogs specifically trained to help them combat PTSD and emotional trauma.

Possible credit card fraud at Webster Groves Schnucks

Grocery chain Schnucks Markets Inc. reported that it was hacked last month and credit card information was stolen from thousands of customers.

‘.zip bomb’ released by hacked email

Webster University email accounts were compromised last week. An employee's computer was infected and sent a virus out to Webster employees and students through email.

European campuses to cut 8-week study abroad

Starting fall 2013, studying abroad for an eight-week term will no longer be an option for Webster undergraduate students.

Students throw WU birthday party to raise funds

In addition to fundraising for Project Gorlok, Webster University students took part in food and fun to celebrate 100-year mark of their school.