Monday, November 28, 2022

District lines likely subject to gerrymandering

Stacking the deck isn’t a new concept when it comes to politics, and drawing the boundary lines in a state is one of the...

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.

Professor vows laptop access for every student

Basiyr Rodney is coordinating to get every School of Education students by fall 2019.  After Basiyr Rodney saw students struggle with their devices he had...

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.

Iranian politics discussed at forum

Iranian political science professor Tamineh Entessar discusses Iranian and middle eastern politics at Webster University.

UPDATED: GoFundMe raises money for SGA president after carjacking

Wiley has since recovered the car, although it was damaged extensively. A suspect is in custody, who Wiley was able to positively identify in a police lineup.

New Webster program offers early retirement

Faculty and staff will have new retirement plan opportunities in Voluntary Retirement Incentive Program.

Thefts reported in Loretto-Hilton Center

Webster University's Public Safety released a advisory April 5 warning students of several thefts that have taken place in the Loretto-Hilton Center in the past month.

Provost says new business plan, programs will lead Webster to a balanced budget in...

Three straight years of budget shortfalls have caused the university to rethink their business model and look toward building a Webster of the future.

Local restaurants fundraise for Rain Stippec

PBR, a club in Ballpark Village, raised $10,000 to donate to Rain Stippec's medical costs, an alumna who was shot multiple times Feb. 6.