Saturday, September 18, 2021

Conservatory 50 years celebration planned for April

Webster's Conservatory commemorate 50 years with a celebration weekend April 20-22.

Council hears from institutions for clarity on their needs, yet misunderstandings prevent mutual agreement...

The city votes to extend the public hearing on the proposed zoning ordinance after a disagreement on what the ordinance can and cannot allow for Eden and Webster.

Students officially form Webster University Conservatives (WUCON)

With the new year, student-led political activism at Webster is expanding. In 2019, students began organizing the foundations of the Webster University Conservatives club (WUCON). These efforts were led by the former club president, Vincent Fedorko, who is now studying abroad in Geneva, Switzerland. At this time, the club has been officially registered and is in action, but club members feel tension within the Webster community.

Snow Day? Snow Way

Webster holds morning classes despite snow-covered roads.

Webster students reflect on experiences involving #MeToo social media trend

Students reflect on their experiences involving the social media trend, sexual assault and harassment.

UPDATED: President Stroble addresses alleged sexual and professional misconduct from professor

Stroble announced an online portal for students and faculty to voice Title IX concerns. Updated at 7:20 p.m., May 17  Current and former students, faculty and...

Webster repeals sexual assault course requirement

Webster University will no longer require current undergraduates to participate in the university's online sexual assault prevention course. The university will instead focus more on the participation of incoming students. Webster, by making it a requirement for all undergraduates, was going beyond the federal mandate making all U.S. colleges provide sexual assault prevention training for students.

Douglas Anderson named Interim Chief Financial Officer

Webster University have named Douglas Anderson as Interim Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective immediately.

Non-profit offers voter protection

As Voting rights lawyer Denise Lieberman gave a presentation on voting rights on Washington University’s campus Sept. 8, the Supreme Court decision was handed...

Club crafts blankets for children

Eleven students attended the blanket-making event. The completed blankets will be donated to Shriners Hospitals for Children. The Webster University Students for Biological Sciences (SBS)...

Webster STEM grant gives students chance to impact high-need Missouri schools

The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Webster University a $124,000 grant. The Noyce Capacity-Building is to encourage science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) majors...

Professor Lionel Cuillé presents Webster programs at Biennale du français

Cuillé founded Le Centre Francophone and the Transcultural Language Studies programs at Webster for students who have an interest in French language and culture. By...

AAAC presents list of demands to administration, demands action taken against ‘systematic racism’ at...

The Association of African American Collegians presented a list of demands to Webster University administration to combat 'systematic racism' at Webster.

Webster’s enrollment decline leads to lower bond rating

Moody’s Investors Service downgraded Webster University’s bond rating from A2 to Baa1. The Baa1 rating displays Webster as a moderate credit risk. Moody’s ratings show...

Webster alum involved with Wikileaks portrays whistleblower trial in art

The opening reception of Clark Stoeckley: The U.S. vs. Private Chelsea Manning was held on Nov. 4 in the Hunt Gallery. The artist was available to talk via Skype from Kuwait, where he recently accepted a job.

Eden fights for clarification

For Eden Theological Seminary the proposed zoning changes are not just a matter of politics, it’s also a matter of religion. Dr. David Greenhaw,...