Saturday, April 10, 2021

ISB construction begins March 30, final estimated cost announced

Workers will begin staking the site and preparing the ground for the Interdisciplinary Science Building’s (ISB) construction Thursday.

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...

ISB reaches halfway point; final steel beam in place

A "topping out" ceremony will offer students and staff a chance to leave their mark on the ISB.

Students mourn at Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil

On an altar, Students placed photographs of each person killed from transphobia violence in 2019. "I find it a really hard day,” Jay Hinchman,...

Webster GMC team wins awards for Conservatory, Browning Hall promotions

Global Marketing and Communications won the awards for their work with the 50th Anniversary of the Conservatory and the dedication events for Browning Hall, the Interdisciplinary Science Building.

Dave Chappelle speaks with Webster students at Master Class event

On Nov. 5, comedian Dave Chappelle spoke with Webster students about his documentary short, "8:46" at a Master Class event. The conversation also touched...

Webster Groves names April 23 “Webster University Chess Team Day”

Webster Groves Mayor Gerry Welch presented the declaration to Susan Polgar, Beth Stroble and members of the chess team at the City Council meeting on April 21.

Hurricane Florence hits Webster campuses

Webster University students and faculty in the Carolina’s are in the aftermath of a devastating hurricane. Hurricane Florence made landfall at 7:15 Friday morning...

Webster University offers cheaper, off-campus housing

With larger freshman classes and limited housing last school year,  many students were left without an on-campus home. To accommodate the growing problem, Webster...

Faculty and staff award nominations open

Webster is accepting nominations for faculty and staff awards.

Free public college could hurt Webster

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders has proposed free tuition for four-year public colleges and universities as part of the College for All Act. The proposal would direct the Department of Education to provide $47 billion per year to states to eliminate tuition and required fees at public colleges and universities.

Committee: Webster faculty will not receive raises

Webster will not consider raising faculty salaries until September.

Public Safety logs four rape reports

This month, the Department of Public Safety’s (DPS) crime log recorded four allegations of rape, two instances of fondling, five instances of dating violence...

SVO to host Mental Health Advocacy panel

Webster's Veterans Organization is inviting mental health professionals to discuss tools for fighting the stigma of mental illness.

Webster students receive Dean’s Award

The recipients for the Dean’s Service Award and the Outstanding Student Employee Award have been named. Junior Alaa Abudarb was one of the nominees...

Academics worry Better Together diminishes black representation

Better Together's proposal promises a streamlined metropolitan government. St. Louis academics question who the proposal will cut out. A person interviewed for this story, Atem...