Sunday, November 27, 2022

Geneva professor pleads guilty to manslaughter

Webster Geneva Professor Norma Patricia Esparza pled guilty to manslaughter in Aug. 12 in a plea deal that will have her spend six years in prison.

Two dead in shooting near Webster San Antonio campus

The two victims in Friday’s shooting on Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas near a Webster University campus have been identified as Air Force Technical Sgt. Steven D. Bellino and Lt. Col. William A. Schroeder, military officials said in a statement.

Adjunct professor assaulted at downtown campus, suspect arrested

A suspect has been charged with third-degree assault in the Wednesday evening attack of a Webster adjunct on Olive St. in the vicinity of the Gateway Campus in downtown St. Louis.

Sun Coffee Roasters receives warm welcome at the Cyber Cafe

The new coffee company replaced Kaldi's coffee after news outlets published stories where former employees of Kaldi's alleged that racism was a problem for...

New IMPACT Scholars program instills civic values in students

Students in the IMPACT Scholars program are learning how to serve the community while also getting the chance to broaden their skills. The IMPACT Scholars,...

SPICE wins Final Four Championship for sixth time in a row

Webster University's chess team won the Final Four Championship April 3 for the fourth consecutive time. The team finished with an 8.5 standing to win the tournament over four other universities.

Updated: Fire in West Hall leads to water damage

The fire started in West Hall's kitchen, where a student was cooking.

Fariba Hachtroudi speaks on Iran-US relations at Webster University

The Centre Francophone at Webster University and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy hosted an event with Iranian and French author Fariba Hachtroudi.

Webster parking garage expansion to open April 20

The expansion will open with a ribboncutting ceremony that more than doubles the number of parking spots in the garage.

Simone Cummings named business school dean

Cummings is currently an associate professor and associate dean of Academic Quality Assurance at the Walker School of Business. She has been employed at Webster since 2013.

Students notice missing ‘Black Lives Matter’ banner outside of Sverdrup

Webster University has a long history of supporting and advancing social justice issues. Still, as the spring 2022 semester began, students couldn’t help but...

UPDATED: Students protesting Webster’s sexual assault policy

Happening now: Webster students are protesting the current Webster University sexual assault policy and want changes to be made.

Webster mobile app released

During New Student Orientation, Webster University officially released their first version of the Webster mobile app, complete with 13 different sub-applications including access to...

Webster offers new “bystander intervention” training

Webster University will begin offering a training program to teach students the skills to intervene in “problem situations” they see on campus. The program will...

Science building plans kick off with the help of design firm

Webster University officially kicked off the partnership with CannonDesign to begin design concepts for the Interdisciplinary Science Building.

Board of Trustees appoints Stroble chancellor, Schuster president

Chancellor Elizabeth Stroble said the changes in administration adhere to the 2015 "Strategic Plan," "Global Impact for the Next Century." On Thursday, Sept. 19, Board...