Friday, April 9, 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...

Candidate Q&A: Senatorial Candidate Chandler Waite

“There are a lot of things I want to do. But I moved it down to things like school spirit, getting people more involved and going to our sporting events."

Connecting with Students in the Age of COVID-19

Graphic by Nermina Ferkić When the first case of COVID-19 was detected in the United States in January 2020, nobody could have predicted the aftermath....

Webster students want more budget jobs

Last fall's Delegate's Agenda listed an increase in budget jobs as the fourth most important topic.

Confucius Institute instructors denied visas

Webster, Institute of International Education sponsor two Chinese teachers to obtain correct permits and teach in the US.

Former S. Korean ambassador speaks at Webster University

Former South Korean ambassador Ho-Jin Lee addressed about 100 students and faculty members regarding the rising tensions between South Korea and North Korea.

Phyllis Brissenden leaves Opera Theatre of St. Louis $45 million Endowment

According to many who work for Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Phyllis Brissenden viewed Opera Theatre as her family. When Brissenden died on Dec....

UPDATED: Webster joins with USIP to host QDDR webcast conference

David Carl Wilson, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, will speak tomorrow at the United States Institute of Peace conference about the...

Fall 2012 SGA candidates information

Check out the candidates for the 2012 SGA elections.

Webster art students wanted for sculptures in proposed Webster Groves sculpture park

The Webster Groves City Council continued discussion of a proposed sculpture park at their council meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 4. The council plans to seek sculpture contributions from Webster University art students.

Navy Yard shooting victim was mother, proud Webster grad

Mary Francis Knigh, 51, was one of 12 victims in the Navy Yard shooting in Washington D.C. Beyond her military service she was a proud mother and proud Webster University Alumna.

University implements changes after game design allegations

The university now seeks new game design faculty after 13 students and former faculty released statements alleging a former professor of professional misconduct.  Senior Nicholas...

City Plan Commission postpones discussion and voting on proposed zoning

The Webster Groves City Plan Commission voted unanimously to postpone any discussion or voting on the proposed education zoning until their April 2 meeting.

MULTIMEDIA: McCarthy case sent to state court

Webster University associate professor Tracey McCarthy’s case against the university was sent back from federal court to the Circuit Court of the City of St. Louis on Aug. 22

Webster gives students choice on pass/fail grading

Webster students have the option to make any of their courses pass/fail until April 24. Webster University adjusted its pass/fail policy for the spring semester...

Student funded Gorlok statue planned for the centennial

The student funded Project Gorlok has raised $2,000 of the $13,000 goal.

Students determined to increase voter turnout

With the upcoming elections, students and organizations on campus are working to increase voter turnout on campus.  Webster University students and staff are working to...