Sunday, December 5, 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...

SGA president resigns

Valdimir Radojkovic cited "disrespect" from the dean of students.  Vladimir Radojkovic resigned from his position as Student Government Association (SGA) President last week with one...

County police chiefs oppose merger

County police chiefs fear the proposed merger would demolish community policing.  Webster Groves Chief of Police Dale Curtis scoffs when he talks about the proposed...

Newly-renovated Arcade Building classes kick off

Webster University’s new downtown Gateway Campus kicked off classes for the spring semester in early January. The Gateway Campus is located in the Arcade Building on Olive Street across from the Old Post Office. Renovation of the Arcade Building began in 2014. This marks Webster’s third downtown location.

Mind’s Eye Radio brings beepball to Webster University

“I’m just amazed by how many people, even though they were wary of it, just threw on the blindfold and tried it,” Borah said. “I was really happy with how all of the people were just really enthusiastic and wanted to try it out.

Webster Student Veterans Organization works to combat vets’ isolation on campus

Cory Krassinger never crosses the street until he is told to walk, while he watches other students sprint across to avoid oncoming traffic. He feels this is a representation of the isolation he often feels as a military veteran student.

Webster remembers Andrew Goldbranson

Friends of Conservatory student Andrew Goldbranson reflect on his life three months after his death. Sophomore Meghan Storts said she can still feel the warmth...

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.

History of Webster and the military

Webster's history with the military dates back to the 1940's and World War II. Today, Webster has extended campuses on 39 military bases throughout the United States.

Webster University hosts first ever bike share program

Webster University's Sustainability Coalition will open a bike share program starting March 8. The program will cover the Webster campus as well as certain areas around Webster Groves.

Criticisms about Confucius Institute of no concern to Webster

In the last year, the Confucius Institute has come under fire by American and Canadian professors for censoring topics in class. The Director of Webster’s Confucius Institute said no such problems have occurred.

Delta Phi Epsilon hosts body positivity week

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

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...

The sociology behind the events in Ferguson

Andrea Miller and Remy Cross offer their knowledge and insight to explain the workings behind the events happening in Ferguson.

Enrollment falls for sixth year in a row by nearly 1,600 students

For the sixth year running, Webster's total student headcount has dropped. This is the second year in-a-row of graduate enrollment fell by more than 1,000 students.

Sodexo employees earn higher wages after complaints, protest

“With what these guys make, they can’t afford to live,” Service Employees International Union representative Mike Murphy said.  Multiple Sodexo janitors who work at Webster confirmed...