Saturday, May 8, 2021

Webster Groves Farmer’s Market offers work study jobs to Webster University Students

Folk music flows from the pavilion on Old Orchard as market vendors and Webster Groves residents come together to buy and sell goods.  The market...

University, Eden and city await judge’s decision in lawsuit

Webster, Eden and the city of Webster Groves await judgment from Judge Mark Seigel on the institutions lawsuit against the city.

Residents, supporters of university and Eden voice opinions on proposed educational zoning changes

The Webster Groves City Plan Commission kept the public hearing open on proposed zoning changes that could affect Webster University Expansion. Webster Groves residents and members of the university voiced their opinions on the proposed changes to the rezoning.

Plan Commission report on proposed amendments could affect Webster University expansion

A representative from the Plan Commission will give an interim report at the Jan. 21 city council meeting regarding proposed zoning code amendments. The proposed changes could affect Webster University’s future expansion.

City Plan Commission hosts public forum on educational zoning

The city plan commission presented amendments to educational zoning in Webster Groves during a public hearing at its Dec. 2 meeting.

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...

Biology department revamps programs

Changes have been made to B.A. and B.S. in Biology degrees.

Guest lecturer discusses population growth

John Seager, president and CEO of Population Connection, spoke in the Winifred Moore Auditorium at 7 p.m. Wednesday night. The International Year of Human...

Acts of vandalism in West Hall

During move-in week, homosexual slurs drawn on white boards and torn down welcome banners were found.