Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Webster, Nerinx Hall agree to share parking

Webster University has reached an agreement with Nerinx Hall High School that will allow Nerinx students access to some parking spots on Webster’s campus....

Nearly 500 work study awards unused by students

Out of more than 1,000 students awarded federal work-study funds, around 500 of them who are deemed eligible did not use their award this semester. According to the university, some student employees in the program do not even work enough hours to earn their total award. This results in money being left unspent.

‘Fake news’ prompts new focus on media literacy

Two Webster University professors see media literacy education as increasingly important in the current political climate.

Webster University awards most Presidential Scholarships in school’s history

The university awarded fifteen students the full-tuition scholarship this year.

Faculty and administration work together to solve financial problems

"We, the Faculty Senate, fear that Webster's finances are deteriorating so rapidly that, unless substantial changes are made soon, Webster's future is in jeopardy." Much...

Webster University expecting budget shortfall of around $7 million

Webster University expects a budget shortfall of around $7 million, President Elizabeth Stroble told faculty Tuesday. She said the university will have to make budget cuts during the remainder of the spring semester.

Summer tuition reduction affects internship program

The university announced a tuition reduction for 2021 summer courses on Feb. 10.  Summer school used to sound boring as a kid, but in college,...

Webster student receives Phi Theta Kappa distinguished achievement scholarship

Webster student Ayesha Ather received the Phi Theta Kappa Distinguished Achievement Scholarship, the largest scholarship award given to transfer students at Webster University.

Webster parking garage expansion to open April 20

The expansion will open with a ribboncutting ceremony that more than doubles the number of parking spots in the garage.
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...

Students want Webster to divest from fossil fuels

12 students created a petition to urge Webster to change its spending. A group of students, staff and faculty aim to get Webster University to...

Mayor attends SGA meeting

A not so common face attended a general body meeting held by Webster University Student Government Association. Webster Groves mayor Gerry Welsh attended...

Webster University, Eden fill chamber for City Council’s public hearing on educational zoning

The Webster Groves City Council tasked itself with understanding the goals of three local institutions at a public hearing concerning the city’s proposed educational zoning....

UPDATED: Webster St. Louis Metro campuses to open at noon today

Update (10:17 a.m.): All St. Louis area campuses are closed for daytime classes. Evening classes will be evaluated at 2 p.m.   Due to inclement weather, all...

Students, staff vote on new ISB furniture

Webster University students and faculty were invited to pick their seats during the Interdisciplinary Sciences Building (ISB) Furniture Fair. The event in which students and...

Sustainability students plant trees for Arbor Day

Webster University students teamed up with facilities staff to celebrate Arbor Day on April 29 by planting new trees on campus.