Second opportunity for relief funds available
Students need to apply by March 31 to be considered for the funds. Time is ticking for Webster students to cash in on the Higher...
Winghaven campus to close May 31
Webster's Winghaven campus will close not close its doors for summer break in May. Instead, it will be closing forever. A decrease in enrollment...
Social movements on the rise: Students speak out for justice
Breonna Taylor was honored by students at a vigil on Sept. 27. Junior and president of the Association for African American Collegians Savanna Hulbert...
Hawley advises closure of Confucius Institute
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) wrote a letter to Webster this summer cautioning the school against continuing relations with the Confucius Institute. This summer, Missouri Senator...
Students begin recruitment for conservative political club
Webster students applying to form the Webster University Conservatives club hope to bring speakers like Dana Loesch and Ben Shapiro to campus. Sophomore Mikey Thomas...
Spring headliners Bobby Berk and Karamo Brown teach importance of self-worth
"I want you to know things do get better," Brown told headliner attendees. When “Queer Eye” stars Bobby Berk and Karamo Brown came to Webster...
New Webster smoking policy repercussions unclear for students, faculty
Webster implemented its new no on-campus smoking policy on Aug. 15. While the details can be found in the student handbook, confusion lingers regarding punishment if caught breaking the policy.
SPICE loses first national championship in six years
SPICE was one win away from the record for the most President's Cup victories and had not lost the cup since 2013.
Former Webster director sentenced to probation
Former Webster director sentenced to probation after embezzling $380,000 from Webster's Confucius Institute.
Update: Westboro Baptist Church cancels demonstration at Webster’s home campus
Westboro Baptist Church cancelled its plan to demonstrate at Webster University.
Former Webster University student detained by ICE, threatened with deportation
Francis Ladege immigrated to the U.S. from Sudan when he was nine years old. He has been a U.S. resident for 18 years. After several run-ins with the law, Ladege finds himself faced with indefinite detainment and possible deportation.
Westboro Baptist Church plans to demonstration at Webster’s home campus
Westboro Baptist Church to demonstrate at Webster's campus for the second time since 2003.
Webster University Library will host Adobe program seminars
Webster University will offer students the opportunity to learn different Adobe programs for free. The seminars for individual programs will be offered throughout March and April.
The heroic life and traumatic death of Tom Palozola
Tom was thought of as the strong one. The one who was the rock for everyone around him. Tom Palozola committed suicide after a battle with post-traumatic stress disorder. This is his story.
Webster University ends relationship with military-focused media organization under FTC investigation
Webster has been connected with a company under investigation by the Federal Trade Commission for asking schools to pay for their military rankings.
Webster DACA student concerned for future in the United States
Maria and her family traveled from Nogales, Mexico to the United States in search of a better life and education. With DACA, this was possible. Now, Maria is concerned what her future will look like in the U.S.