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SGA elections being held through Thursday

Webster’s Student Government Association (SGA) is currently holding fall elections, which began Monday and will run through 11:59 p.m. on Thursday. Director of Student...

Obama recognizes Webster University centennial

Webster University’s centennial kicked off with a celebration at the downtown campus and a letter from the President of the United States, Barack Obama. The...

Educational zoning debate continues after heated public hearing

At a public hearing on proposed educational zoning, Webster University discovered the only thing holding up the Interdisciplinary Science Building (IDS) from moving forward,...

Listen to city council hearing on educational zoning

The Webster Groves City Council is holding its second public hearing over educational that could dictate the future of Webster University and Eden Theological Seminary. Listen to the meeting live here thanks to Galaxy Radio.

Geneva professor pleads guilty to manslaughter

Webster Geneva Professor Norma Patricia Esparza pled guilty to manslaughter in Aug. 12 in a plea deal that will have her spend six years in prison.

Sexual assault awareness among five topics on Delegate’s Agenda

More than 40 students gathered in the Sunnen Lounge today to discuss what topics should be on at the upcoming Delegate’s Agenda.  After a...

Webster University offers cheaper, off-campus housing

With larger freshman classes and limited housing last school year,  many students were left without an on-campus home. To accommodate the growing problem, Webster...

Peer counseling program expanding after pilot run

By Lara Hardman Patrick Stack, director of counseling and life development, envisions the growth of peer education programs across the sub-cultures of students on campus....

Global Citizenship Program loses 15 seminars

By Sierra Hancock Low enrollment for the Global Keystone Seminars has caused the seminar selection to dwindle from 19 classes to four. Only 50 students...

Webster mobile app released

During New Student Orientation, Webster University officially released their first version of the Webster mobile app, complete with 13 different sub-applications including access to...

Webster adopts Car Share program for students

By Rebecca Doran Nick Nonos, does not have a car on campus and has limited options for getting off campus. Nonos said having access to a...

Bernie Hayes educates about racism

The shooting of Michael Brown came as no surprise to Ferguson community member and Webster University professor Bernie Hayes. Hayes, who grew up in...

Webster University, Eden fill chamber for City Council’s public hearing on educational zoning

The Webster Groves City Council tasked itself with understanding the goals of three local institutions at a public hearing concerning the city’s proposed educational zoning....

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.

Webster University braces for changes from proposed educational zoning

President Elizabeth Stroble and university administration hosted a meeting in Sunnen Lounge to discuss the possible effects of the city’s proposed zoning change

Webster Groves Plan Commission votes to extend public hearing

Webster Groves Plan Commission voted unanimously on Aug. 19 to hold another public hearing on amendments to the already proposed zoning changes. That hearing...

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