Friday, January 21, 2022

Webster celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

This past weekend Webster Groves community members marched through snow and freezing temperatures from Webster Groves City Hall to the Steger/Givens school building in...

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...

Diversity & Inclusion conference sets attendance record

Webster University hosted its fifth annual Diversity & Inclusion Conference from Feb. 23 to 27. The event featured Sam White, Shelly Tochluk, Michele Norris and...

Tension rises after public hearing reopens

The Webster Groves city council hoped to receive new input and information on the proposed educational zoning ordinance, but instead the council received disapproval of the ordinance and their process of holding a public hearing.

Webster named ‘best for Veterans’

Webster’s School of Business and Technology was listed in the “Best for Vets: Business Schools” survey for top private institutions for graduate programs among four-year business schools.

Webster University sets date for wifi change

The university's new wifi will take effect April 27.

Brief: Spring 2022 registration

Registration for spring 2022 is now open. Starting today, registration for spring 2022 will open for all undergraduate students attending Webster University in the...

Students receive scholarship for working on frontlines of pandemic

Over 300 webster students attend Webster virtually while also working as nurses. Webster has introduced a scholarship as a way to thank them for...

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.

The Confucius Institute celebrates Chinese Near Year

The Confucius Institute celebrated this year's Chinese New Year with a speech from a Chinese-American writer and heavy metal musician and musical performances by the St. Louis Language Immersion School.

Webster explores Emotional Support Animal policy

Sophomore Anna Rickard has a 65-pound secret living in her bedroom. Rescued in May, her white-pawed boxer, Romeo, is an Emotional Support Animal (ESA). “He’s...

Webster SGA clarifies process to remove officers

New president Vasif Durarbayli says SGA seems to be preparing for "potential impeachment".

Guest lecturer discusses population growth

John Seager, president and CEO of Population Connection, spoke in the Winifred Moore Auditorium at 7 p.m. Wednesday night. The International Year of Human...

‘Black Trans Lives Matter’ protests violence on campus

A group of students with the organization Flower Power gathered on campus on Tuesday, Sept. 1 to protest the death of 17 American black transgender woman this year.

Sverdrup Simply To Go closes

Students will no longer be able to purchase food with a meal plan option in the Sverdrup building this fall, as the Simply To...

Low tech vs high tech: How voting technology can void your vote.

For most polling stations, there are two types of voting machines; direct recording electronic (DRE) systems commonly known as the touch screen system and...