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Students remember literature professor David Clewell

David Clewell had taught at Webster for 35 years, and he left a lasting impact on students like Nick Miller. Nick Miller, Webster sophomore,...

Students determined to increase voter turnout

With the upcoming elections, students and organizations on campus are working to increase voter turnout on campus.  Webster University students and staff are working to...

Webster draws students, parents and alumni to Spirit Weekend

Webster University hosted spirit weekend on Feb. 7 and 8 to bring alumni, students and parents together. Webster University hosted Spirit Weekend Feb. 7 and...

Students and staff attend Food for the Soul event

On Feb. 20, more than 60 students and staff gathered in room 102 of the EAB for Food for the Soul. The event, which...

Webster University hosts Soiree Mardi Gras

Students, faculty and staff came together on Feb. 13 to celebrate Mardi Gras. While this celebration took place over ten days before the holiday...

Spirit Weekend continues with Facebook LIVE breakfast for parents and students

Parents and students were able to enjoy breakfast at Marletto's during Webster University's Spirit Weekend. Members of the Parent Council attended the event and...

Webster hosts mental health awareness event

Faculty and Professors gathered in the Sunnen Lounge of the University Center on Jan. 30 for a discussion on "Supporting Students' Mental Health." This...

Webster University implements online Title IX training

Starting Jan. 21, students, staff and faculty at all Webster locations have a month to complete mandatory online Title IX training. The University says...

President Schuster responds to Coronavirus outbreak

President Schuster responded to the Coronavirus outbreak on Jan. 31. In his statement, Schuster touched on Webster's MBA program in China and reminded students...

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.

Webster Student Kneels for the National Anthem

By: Michah Barnes, Sadija Begic, Kaelin Triggs Senior basketball player Josh Johnson started kneeling during the National Anthem his freshman year. Johnson hopes this act will...

From Webster Hall to the ISB: The 2010 decade brought a new home to the science department

The science department dealt with outdated equipment, carpeted labs and sweltering lecture rooms in Webster Hall. The program received major improvements when the Interdisiplinary...

SGA committee plans overhaul of constitutional amendments

The review has been in the works for the past three years.  The Student Government Association (SGA) voted to give authority to the constitution committee...

Professors form Webster chapter of national organization

The group seeks to address common issues in higher education including academic freedom and salary.  A group of Webster professors concerned with local and national...

Webster community reflects on Peter Sargent’s impact

“Peter left a legacy, a precious gift we must preserve, nurture and grow,” President Julian Schuster said. “He defined art at Webster: flamboyant yet...

College Democrats hold mock caucus for 2020 election

Who won the November mock caucus organized by the Webster University College Democrats? Blain McVey, president of Webster University College Democrats (WUCD), had just gotten...

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