Saturday, October 1, 2022

Students carry mattresses around campus to support sexual assault victims

Universities in Canada, Washington DC, London and now Webster Groves have banned together in a national day of action in support of survivors of...

Professor Bill Barrett remembered by students and faculty

On Feb. 3, Webster University’s home campus lost a piece of its community. That was the day Bill Barrett, an almost thirty-year professor and advisor...

Webster University’s dean of students responds to student protests

John Buck, the dean of students at Webster University, said his door is open for students who want to discuss issues they may be...

Webster plans to double study abroad numbers

Webster pledges to double its study abroad numbers by 2020 as a part of a pledge to a international education initiative

School of Education receives grant for English language learning

Webster University and the School of Education's English as a Second Language program received a $2.7 million grant. This is the largest grant Webster has received to date.

Tom Palozola: The new voice of veterans at Webster

A combat veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan has big plans to benefit veterans at Webster University.

UPDATED: Tax forms reveal president receives highest total percentage pay increase in 5 years

Webster University's 990 tax forms reported a combined $112,000 increase in bonuses for President Stroble and Provost Schuster.

Student’s email, Facebook ‘hacked’ in Library

After using a library computer, Webster Conservatory of Theatre Arts student Jade Collins did what many students do in a rush before class. She...

Faculty, students debate ban on campus smoking

As SGA considers a ban on on-campus smoking, some at Webster fail to see the benefits.

Service dogs assist veterans through mental illness

Tom Palozola relied on his dog Basilone, who helped him cope with anxiety and stress. Organizations like Missouri Patriot Paws match veterans with service dogs specifically trained to help them combat PTSD and emotional trauma.

Entrepreneur works with Webster staff in business competition

Manske created Made for Freedom in 2011 to help victims of sex trafficking find dignified employment. Among the products produced by Made for Freedom include jewelry, clothes, and other fashion accessories.

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...

Webster University announces changes in tuition rates for the upcoming academic year

While part-time students will see a decrease in tuition, many full-time students will see an increase for the upcoming academic year. On Feb. 7,...

SVO to host Mental Health Advocacy panel

Webster's Veterans Organization is inviting mental health professionals to discuss tools for fighting the stigma of mental illness.

The College School celebrates diversity through “Witnessing Whiteness” program

The program is a voluntary program offered to faculty at The College School. It is designed to racism in the classroom through age-appropriate conversation.

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II deadline extended

Students now have until April 15 at 11:59 p.m. to apply for the federal grant. On April 7, Webster University sent an email to...