Monday, May 16, 2022

University announces Project Gorlok

I Heart Webster week kicked off Monday with an announcement from President Beth Stroble. Stroble released the university’s plan for constructing a Gorlok statue...

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 to pre-screen centennial documentary

Webster will be pre-screening a documentary on the university’s first century, made by the Nine Network of Public Media.

Conference talks privilege, identity

Panels at Webster's Critical Conversations conference covered topics from gender to age to veterans' issues.

Students carry mattresses around campus to support sexual assault victims

Universities in Canada, Washington DC, London and now Webster Groves have banned together in a national day of action in support of survivors of...

Faculty accept 1.5 percent raises

At a meeting on April 26, Webster University’s Faculty Assembly unanimously approved a proposal for a 1.5 percent raise for tenured and tenure-track faculty.

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.

Webster celebrates the Great American Total Solar Eclipse

Webster celebrated the Great American Solar Eclipse with 850 students, faculty and community members from across the country.

SGA board running unopposed in election

Nine of 13 positions in Webster University’s Student Government Association (SGA) will not be up for a contested vote this year, including president and vice president. Two of the 13 SGA positions did not receive any applications: senators in the School of Education and the School of Business and Technology. The only candidates who are not running unopposed in this election are the senators of the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Fine Arts.

More than $1 million worth of grants awarded to Webster aimed to lure new...

Two federal grants will help Webster attract transfer students and promote faculty research.

Music education freshmen reflect on first month of college

Online and hybrid classes - along with restrictions on gatherings - have made the first-year experience for current music education freshman different from years...

Students remember literature professor David Clewell

David Clewell had taught at Webster for 35 years, and he left a lasting impact on students like Nick Miller. Nick Miller, Webster sophomore,...

Webster partners with St. Louis Blues in ad campaign

As part of the campaign to increase visibility and awareness during the Centennial year, Webster has added an advertisement to the ice-level digital dashboard at the St. Louis Blues games. Webster will now have an ad on ice-level, as well as on the screen that wraps around the stadium.

The process and workings of a grand jury

Grand juries have been at the focus of media attention recently, but do people understand how they work when deciding whether or not to send a case to trial?

Delta Phi Epsilon hosts body positivity week

Hundreds of sticky notes with positive messages hung from the wall in the University Center.

Webster SGA clarifies process to remove officers

New president Vasif Durarbayli says SGA seems to be preparing for "potential impeachment".