Monday, February 6, 2023

Remembering the Webster University Women Studies program founder

Seena Kohl recently passed away, but professors still recognize her impact and legacy in the Webster Anthropology department.

Webster to launch new website in October

The new site will be opening Oct. 17 to test out. It will be publicized the week after.

Mizzou grad student on Webster MBA advertisment

A student who received an undergraduate degree at Webster University, but her MBA from the University of Missouri Columbia, is the face of a Webster MBA ad.

Webster combats human trafficking at home and abroad

Projects at Webster's St. Louis and Leiden campuses attempt to combat sex trafficking in two very different legal environments.

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II deadline extended

Students now have until April 15 at 11:59 p.m. to apply for the federal grant. On April 7, Webster University sent an email to...

Students ‘shame’ St. Louis Police Department after Stockley verdict

“This is the evolved Webster, the one I think Webster should be and should represent,” Aideen O’ Brien said. “If we are for diversity, we have to not just talk the talk, but do the do.”

Webster sees slight increase in students with double majors

The number of double majors at Webster is on the rise. The 8.6 percent of students with more than one degree is an increase from the 6.5 percent in the 2009-2010 class.

Drag queens protest in state capitol

Drag queens protesting in the state capitol caused the Westboro Baptist Church to make an appearance in Jefferson City. The queens remained focused on...

DOCUMENT: Former student files lawsuit against university and management department chair

A former Webster student claims in a lawsuit that Management Department Chair James Brasfeld made a promise in 2004 to allow him to return to the management program after extended leave from the university.

Webster student creates board game to highlight the realities of abuse

Junior Ashleigh Schrum has created a board game called "Those Beasts Out There" to highlight the different types of abuse individuals face.  “Those Beasts Out...

Memorial service at Webster recognizes this year’s student deaths

A professional football player, a military officer, a poet and a professional golfer were among the 11 deceased students honored at the end-of-semester memorial service in the University Center on April 25.

Wellness Fair showcases Webster healthy living

By Austin Petersen The Wellness Fair brought together Webster students and members of the Webster Groves community to learn about local health and fitness initiatives....

Webster University SGA official creates committee to address financial aid

Webster University's Student Government Association (SGA) Sergeant at Arms Chris Hawk has gathered a committee called, "As Hawk" to look into issues concerning financial aid.

Perspectives on 9/11: Ted Hoef

Our writers profile how 9/11 affected educators on campus.

Supporters march for Planned Parenthood

Rallies for and against Planned Parenthood took place Feb. 11 nationwide, including in St. Louis.

The Importance of Sexual Health Services at Webster

Student leaders urge the Webster administration to consider an increase in budget and broader sexual health services available to all students.

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.