Monday, November 28, 2022

Service dogs assist veterans through mental illness

Tom Palozola relied on his dog Basilone, who helped him cope with anxiety and stress. Organizations like Missouri Patriot Paws match veterans with service dogs specifically trained to help them combat PTSD and emotional trauma.

Author, actress Perri Gaffney performs excerpt from one-person play

“So many people tell me, ‘This was my grandmother,’ ‘This was my godmother,’ ‘Was this the story of my…’” Gaffney said, before trailing off. Actress...

Listen to city council hearing on educational zoning

The Webster Groves City Council is holding its second public hearing over educational that could dictate the future of Webster University and Eden Theological Seminary. Listen to the meeting live here thanks to Galaxy Radio.

SOC getting a new look

New renovation plans for the Sverdrup Complex have been made, but there is no exact date for when the project will begin.

Webster plans to double study abroad numbers

Webster pledges to double its study abroad numbers by 2020 as a part of a pledge to a international education initiative

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...

Sun Coffee Roasters receives warm welcome at the Cyber Cafe

The new coffee company replaced Kaldi's coffee after news outlets published stories where former employees of Kaldi's alleged that racism was a problem for...

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.

New green bike station installed

A new bicycle service station has been added on campus. Located on the University Center patio, the Dero Fixit Bike Service Station is a place for bikers to perform basic maintenance.

UPDATED: SLCPD arrests Webster student following Galleria Stockley protests

O' Brien is the third student arrested during the Jason Stockley protests.

Webster students contemplate election of Josh Hawley to the U.S. Senate

Thousands gathered and saw President Donald Trump endorse Josh Hawley the night before the midterm election. Webster students then watched as Hawley won by 6 percentage points the following night.

North Hall residents raise concerns about fire safety system

North Hall does not have a connected system of fire alarms. Residents have to sound an air horn if they sense a fire. Residents of...

Free public college could hurt Webster

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders has proposed free tuition for four-year public colleges and universities as part of the College for All Act. The proposal would direct the Department of Education to provide $47 billion per year to states to eliminate tuition and required fees at public colleges and universities.

Webster seeks Student Ambassadors

For student Haley Emelko, being a student ambassador is a chance to represent the chancellor and the university. Emelko also says ambassadors act as...

Webster announces new safety measures to slow COVID-19 spread

Students returning to campus for the fall semester are expected to follow safety measures outlined in an email sent to students on July 31. President...

Tom Palozola: The new voice of veterans at Webster

A combat veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan has big plans to benefit veterans at Webster University.