Monday, September 26, 2022

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.

Black history month event rescheduled

After canceling due to a personal emergency, Ilyasah Shabazz is rescheduled to speak about her life as the youngest daughter of Malcolm X.

City council closes public hearing, record

Anyone wishing to make their voices heard or add written documents to the public record on educational zoning will have to wait until next month.

Career Closet Pop-Up Event

Webster University is holding a Career Closet Pop-Up Event, hosted by Webster employees Trezette Dixon, Anne Geraghty-Rathert, John Holste, Joy Leopold and John Link. The...

Advertising class wins first gold award for ‘Not a Date’ campaign

Webster advertising students create an award winning campaign despite challenges due to the pandemic. Webster University’s ADVT 4910 Campaigns class received two top awards in...

Spirit Weekend continues with Facebook LIVE breakfast for parents and students

Parents and students were able to enjoy breakfast at Marletto's during Webster University's Spirit Weekend. Members of the Parent Council attended the event and...

Webster may offer new study abroad trip to Italy in 2017

Paperwork was filed Tuesday, March 29, with the Webster's Study Abroad office for a new short-term program taking students to Florence, Italy.

Webster graduate student-employee Chorsie Martin found dead in Glen Park apartment

Media Center employee and Webster student Chorsie Martin was found dead in his Glen Park Apartment Thursday morning after not being heard from since last Friday.

Online programs receive high ranks

Webster's online programs receive recognition for being top in the nation.

Webster STEM grant gives students chance to impact high-need Missouri schools

The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Webster University a $124,000 grant. The Noyce Capacity-Building is to encourage science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) majors...

Webster introduces new antiracist classes in multiple schools

Webster University is offering two new courses that focus on race, racism and antiracism in the arts, education and psychology. Webster University is offering...

Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II deadline extended

Students now have until April 15 at 11:59 p.m. to apply for the federal grant. On April 7, Webster University sent an email to...

Student account of watching family business burn down

Webster student and staff writer Lara Hamdan gives her account of how her family's business was burned down by looters during the Ferguson protests on Nov. 24.

Students socialize at Karaoke Night & Headphone Disco

On Aug. 24 and 25, Sunnen Lounge bustled with students enjoying music, singing and dancing. Campus Activities’ Karaoke Night and Headphone Disco events saw...

Webster University counseling program receives CACREP accreditation

Webster University counseling program receives CACREP accreditation. This accreditation makes Webster University the only private university in Missouri with CACREP recognition.

Student Government Association confirms new student group

Brothers Empowered aspires to empower men of color in their new group.