Friday, October 22, 2021

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 signs memorandum of understanding with Uzbekistan Ministry of Higher Education

A memorandum of understanding (MOU) is an agreement between two parties. Webster and the Uzbek Ministry of Higher Education signed an MOU to begin seeing a Webster presence in higher and secondary education.

Webster University seeking new Global Citizenship Program director

Bruce Umbaugh has been the director since the program was introduced in 2011. Now, the university is looking for its next GCP director.

Students respond to hate crime in dorms with protest, solidarity

Since Webster University reported a hate crime on campus when flyers carrying racist and homophobic messages, students and staff have responded with art, protest and solidarity.

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.

Nearly 500 work study awards unused by students

Out of more than 1,000 students awarded federal work-study funds, around 500 of them who are deemed eligible did not use their award this semester. According to the university, some student employees in the program do not even work enough hours to earn their total award. This results in money being left unspent.

Webster moves to online classes amid coronavirus outbreak

In an email sent earlier today, Webster University President Julian Z. Schuster said all classes will be moved to an online setting due to the...

Webster Gorlok named one of Buzzfeed’s weirdest mascots

Webster was one of 23 university mascots from across the United States to make Buzzfeed's Weirdest Mascot list.

Two freshman win writing awards

Webster University honored two students at the Freshman Writing Award ceremony held Friday, April 8.

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

The science department dealt with outdated equipment, carpeted labs and sweltering lecture rooms in Webster Hall.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

Webster hosts first Diversity and Inclusion conference

The President’s Office and The Departments of Diversity and Inclusion and Community Engagement presented The Critical Conversations Conference on Feb. 29-March 1. The Conference featured nationally recognized leaders in diversity and inclusion and several panel discussions promoting equality among administration, faculty and students in an ever-changing world.

Contentious zoning hearing forces further discussion on Webster University expansion

Webster Groves City Hall flooded with concerned community members from the university, Eden and the city to discuss the city’s proposed educational zoning.

SGA leaders present top-five issues at Delegates’ Agenda

Student leaders presented this year’s top five issues, as chosen by a student survey, at the Delegates’ Agenda on October 31. The top issues...

Webster to pre-screen centennial documentary

Webster will be pre-screening a documentary on the university’s first century, made by the Nine Network of Public Media.

Marletto’s Marketplace to get a menu makeover

Marletto's will introduce three new food options next fall, including all-day breakfast and more vegan foods.

Report reveals stalking increase

The most recent instance of stalking on campus reported in the university crime log occurred on Feb. 2, 2019, but was not reported until...