Provost offers explanation for budget shortfall
Amid the announcement of the budget shortfall, Provost Schuster offers clarity to the situation.
Webster study abroad student in Brussels reflects on attacks
When Teresa Lynn Hasan-Kerr decided to study abroad in Brussels, she was hoping for an opportunity to improve her French skills and live in the city she had once visited and thought was beautiful. Soon, however, Brussels found itself at the center of a tragedy.
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...
Webster University receives Green Initiative Award from Chamber of Commerce
Webster University is recognized for the faculty and student's work in global sustainability.
ISB adds new dean, majors, classroom space to campus
Browning Hall adds nearly 100 new classrooms, lab spaces and offices to campus. Additionally, Webster's latest addition brings a new dean and a new major.
North Hall residents raise concerns about fire safety system
North Hall does not have a connected system of fire alarms. Residents have to sound an air horn if they sense a fire. Residents of...
Thefts reported in Loretto-Hilton Center
Webster University's Public Safety released a advisory April 5 warning students of several thefts that have taken place in the Loretto-Hilton Center in the past month.
Students rally around instructors, plan for possible protest
Correction: In the article "Students rally around instructors, plan for possible protest, The Journal states eight professors were terminated from the university. That is...
Two students awarded $75,000 each for academic excellence
Two Webster University students have been awarded $75,000 each for their Webster education over the next four years.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion conference promotes productive conversations about difficult subjects
Students and guest speakers spoke on panels on discussions about race, gender identity, sexuality and disability during the sixth annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion...
Webster to rename Veterans Resource Center after former president Tom Palozola
Palozola was the driving force behind the grant to introduce a center for veterans on Webster University's home campus.
Webster addresses community ahead of Stockley trial verdict
Webster University is prepared to take action regarding student and faculty safety in light of upcoming Jason Stockley trial verdict.
Faculty elects new senate president
Professor Gary Renz has been elected Webster Faculty Senate’s next president, after running against current president Gwyneth Williams.
Students express hopes for election at watch party
The Journal asked Webster students who voted in Tuesday's election to participate in an informal exit poll at the Election Day watch party yesterday in the Sunnen Lounge.
Conference aims to ‘demystify sustainability’
Webster University will host its fifth annual conference on sustainability in October, focus- ing on the theme “Demystifying Sustainability: The Impact of the Individual.” The...
Webster groves property values rising, amid concern
Despite resident concerns, property values in Webster Groves have been rising and are expected to continue climbing.