Friday, August 19, 2022

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...

Webster announces plans for in-person graduation ceremonies

Over 1,500 people signed a petition to postpone Webster's 2020 Commencement Ceremony. A day later, Webster announced plans to include in-person ceremonies during Homecoming...

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.

St. Louis climate strike draws hundreds

"Be loud. We want the whole city to hear us," Brianna Chandler, organizer of Climate Strike St. Louis said. From the top of the steps...

Students consider impacts of Proposition B

Proposition B will gradually raise minimum wage. By 2023, it will be $12 an hour.

Webster University’s student employees receive 85 cent pay raise but face anxiety working through...

The pay increase comes as minimum wage went from $10.30 an hour to $11.15 an hour. Webster University student employees receiving the minimum wage have...

COVID-19 affects Webster Groves, the first few weeks in photos

On March 11, Webster University announced all classes would move online until April 3 in response to the coronavirus outbreak. However, as the situation...

Webster University’s renovated communication building nears completion

Webster professors hope the Sverdrup construction will soon near completion and allow students to work together in the new building.

Webster community responds to university’s website design

During fall break, Webster University debuted its new website.

St. Louis residents protest conditions at St. Louis Justice Center

The "INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY" demonstration, which took place on April 19, drew nearly 50 protesters. The attendees chanted for better prison conditions and...

Students react to Bush being first Black congresswoman in Missouri

U.S. representative Cori Bush is Missouri's first Black congresswoman. Webster student Leatrice McNeal felt her election is an inspiration to the people Bush represents. Leatrice...

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.

‘Make Good Trouble’ Multimedia Contest Calls Students to Vote

Webster students are taking part in the “Make Good Trouble: Why John Lewis Inspires Me to Vote” multimedia competition. The contest encourages students to...

City Council names Guild Theatre a landmark

Webster Groves City Council named The Guild Theatre of Webster Groves a city-designated historical landmark after a public hearing on Oct. 15.

Canceled classes leave students fewer options

A Webster policy enacted in fall 2008 restricts courses with fewer than 10 students enrolled.

Students seek shelter during severe storm

Unseasonable severe weather came through the St. Louis area Sunday night, causing disruption for students living on campus.

Faculty will not receive raises for 2015-2016 academic year

Expert says lack of salary increase is uncommon