Friday, December 3, 2021

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.

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...

Webster announces new adjunct projects

Webster University released a list of items the university hopes will improve adjunct faculty’s quality of life. The report, released nearly eight months after Webster adjuncts filed for unionization, listed five improvements Webster hopes will make good on a commitment the university made to adjuncts last spring.

Tension rises after public hearing reopens

The Webster Groves city council hoped to receive new input and information on the proposed educational zoning ordinance, but instead the council received disapproval of the ordinance and their process of holding a public hearing.

Provost offers explanation for budget shortfall

Amid the announcement of the budget shortfall, Provost Schuster offers clarity to the situation.

Delegates’ Agenda takes hiatus

Webster’s Student Government Association (SGA) announced the Delegates’ Agenda will take a hiatus during the spring semester to work on the format of the program.

Undergraduate enrollment slightly up at home campus

This year, the university reported the School of Communications, College of Fine Arts and several other undergraduate areas saw growth in enrollment.

EnGo Solar station not working

The EnGo Public Charging Station at Webster University is intended to provide students and faculty with an environmentally way to charge their phones on campus, but most of its functions are currently not operational.

‘No tolerance’: Webster aims to raise awareness on bias, discrimination policy

Webster University officials hosted a town hall event in response to an incident labeled a hate crime at the end of the fall 2016 semester. The Jan. 19 event was aimed to raise awareness of the university’s policies on incidents of bias and discrimination.

Alumni Association announced winners for Outstanding Alumni Award

The Webster University Alumni Association announced its winners for the 2018 Outstanding Alumni Award.
Notaries help residents with their ballots.

Webster community bands together to help others vote

Community members are trying to help others overcome obstacles that stem from voting by mail. They are holding notary drives and Webster VOTES is...

New Webster program offers early retirement

Faculty and staff will have new retirement plan opportunities in Voluntary Retirement Incentive Program.

Tax forms show Webster president and provost received raises, bonuses

Stroble and Schuster received a combined $100,000 in bonuses during the 2015-2016 tax year.

Sisu: a female exhibition, opens doors March 10

Webster's Arcade building will feature art pieces done by women for women throughout March to celebrate Women's History Month.

Provost announces decrease in tuition discount rates

At Webster’s Spring Convocation, Provost Julian Schuster announced a decrease to the university’s dispersal of grants and discount rates. When discount rates are lowered, universities...

Webster helps students save on books

Webster University offers several programs that can save students money on books.