Monday, August 15, 2022

Webster plans to make already existent African American, LGBTQ curriculum more visible.

Two weeks after Webster University administrators heard from students about how they felt the university lacked African American and LGBTQ studies, the delegates were...

Webster faculty and students assist less fortunate women in need of legal help

The WILLOW Project is working to rescue underprivileged women across the nation from a law system that appears to have left them behind.

Criticisms about Confucius Institute of no concern to Webster

In the last year, the Confucius Institute has come under fire by American and Canadian professors for censoring topics in class. The Director of Webster’s Confucius Institute said no such problems have occurred.

Director of Student Engagement expected more from SGA fall elections

With seven senate positions available in this year’s SGA fall elections and just five students running, voters had little to choose from.

Update: Ferguson protest comes to Webster Groves

Protesters of the shootings of Michael Brown and VonDerrit Myers gathered outside a fundraiser for St. Louis County Executive candidate Steve Stenger.

Plans transform pond from cesspool to amphitheatre

The retention pond behind a parking garage will serve the Webster students in a more relaxing way after a new transformation, thanks to a Webster science lecturer.

Arcade Building renovation key in Webster downtown location

The renovations to the Arcade Building will be the next step in Webster's plans to become a partner in the St. Louis area.

Program earns grant for Webster

Webster University was awarded the “Teachers Matter: Promoting Partnership & Measuring Efficacy in Teacher Preparation” grant from Boeing for their educational course on teaching...

EnGo charging station is a go

Webster University has the nation’s first EnGo solar power phone charging station installed on Sept. 9. The EnGo is a product of the Volta...

Mayor and city council get to work, postpone public hearing on proposed educational zoning

The Webster Groves mayor Gerry Welch said the city council has received enough information and comments from Webster University, Eden and the residents of Webster Groves and now the council needs to get to work.

Webster faculty member weighs in on Greece campus

The struggling economy in Greece caused Professor Allan MacNeil concern when Webster University announced the opening of a campus in Athens.

City Council puts off public hearing on educational zoning until November

In an effort to improve the proposed zoning ordinance, the Webster Groves City Council elects to delay the public hearing.

Listen live to the third public hearing on educational zoning

The Galaxy Radio will be live streaming the third public hearing on educational zoning. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Webster and Missouri S&T partner for new engineering program

Webster University and University of Missouri Science and Technology have established a partnership in order to provide students with access to an engineering degree.

Science building plans kick off with the help of design firm

Webster University officially kicked off the partnership with CannonDesign to begin design concepts for the Interdisciplinary Science Building.

Student opens up about sexual assault during Delegate’s Agenda

C.D. Wiley presented her topic of sexual assault awareness to Delegate's Agenda and included her own personal assault with the delegates as well as the audience.