Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Black history month event rescheduled

After canceling due to a personal emergency, Ilyasah Shabazz is rescheduled to speak about her life as the youngest daughter of Malcolm X.

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...

Webster annual student cost exceed competition

Chances are you spend more money for your college education at Webster compared to nearby competing universities. Webster University first-time, full-time undergraduates pay a higher...

District lines likely subject to gerrymandering

Stacking the deck isn’t a new concept when it comes to politics, and drawing the boundary lines in a state is one of the...

SGA approves student vote on smoking ban

Webster’s Student Government Association (SGA) voted 13-to-two to move toward a student vote that could make Webster a smoke-free campus.

Professor Lionel Cuillé presents Webster programs at Biennale du français

Cuillé founded Le Centre Francophone and the Transcultural Language Studies programs at Webster for students who have an interest in French language and culture. By...

Former Webster Geneva Professor pleads guilty to manslaughter

Former Webster University-Geneva Professor Norma Patricia Esparza pled guilty on Sept. 12 to voluntary manslaughter in the killing of a man who she alleges...

Webster graduate student-employee Chorsie Martin found dead in Glen Park apartment

Media Center employee and Webster student Chorsie Martin was found dead in his Glen Park Apartment Thursday morning after not being heard from since last Friday.

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.

Students see lack of diversity at international events

International students raise concerns that Webster's student events attract few locals.

Vote on smoking ban awaiting admin approval

Webster’s Student Government Association (SGA) approved a measure for students to vote on whether or not they want to ban smoking on campus. The ban would include electronic cigarettes, vape pens and oral tobacco products. The policy states exceptions will be made to students who live on campus, but those students will have to get approval from the Office of Housing and Residential Life. SGA is in the final steps of getting the policy on next month's ballot and is awaiting final word from administration.

Webster students receive Dean’s Award

The recipients for the Dean’s Service Award and the Outstanding Student Employee Award have been named. Junior Alaa Abudarb was one of the nominees...

Amanda Rosen wins ASPA innovative teaching award

Amanda Rosen, an associate professor of International Relations at Webster University, was rewarded for her innovative teaching methods with an award from the American Political Science Association (APSA).

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.

COVID-19 ravages student and university finances nationwide

For some colleges, experts say COVID-19 could be the tipping point. It was definitely not something freshman Marcel Dalton planned for. The coronavirus derailed everything: his...

Webster promotes global Red Card Campaign

Nearly one in three women are victims of physical or sexual violence in their lifetime. Webster University is involved in a campaign seeking to...