Monday, May 17, 2021

Changes coming to Vehicle Stop Report to prevent inaccuracies

The 2020 Vehicle Stops Report will include data on residential zip code of pulled-over drivers.  In previous years, the Webster Groves Police Department (WGPD)...

St. Louis residents protest conditions at St. Louis Justice Center

The "INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY" demonstration, which took place on April 19, drew nearly 50 protesters. The attendees chanted for better prison conditions and...

Webster plans COVID-19 vaccination clinics

Webster students, along with the Webster community, can sign up to be vaccinated at the Luhr Building on April 24 or April 29. Webster...

Director of Community Engagement to start new position with the city of Webster Groves

Jennifer Starkey has been with Webster since 2013. On May 3, she will start her new position for the city of Webster Groves. Jennifer Starkey...

Photo Series: Inmates protest at St. Louis City Justice Center

On April 5, inmates at the City Justice Center in St. Louis protested. They broke windows and chanted as people gathered on the street...

Webster Students Research Bees and the Community Through Shutterbee

If you live in St. Louis and have a backyard (or access to a local park), you can become a citizen scientist. By Charlotte...

Students and community take part in Police Community Engagement Board

The Police Community Engagement Board plans on holding a presentation in April via Zoom to discuss positive changes made by the Webster Groves Police...

54% of schools did not have a pandemic plan before COVID-19

During the 2017-2018 school year, most schools did not have a written plan for a pandemic. Webster Groves School District was one of the...

Black Lives Matter co-founder speaks at Webster

Patrisse Cullors is a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement. On Feb. 24, Cullors spoke as a keynote speaker at Webster's Diversity, Equity...

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion conference promotes productive conversations about difficult subjects

Students and guest speakers spoke on panels on discussions about race, gender identity, sexuality and disability during the sixth annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion...

Severe weather leaves students stranded at home

Severe weather impacted Webster's St. Louis campus over the week — but classes went on as scheduled, virtually.  This past week, St. Louis received a...

Webster launches revamped version of Webster Mentoring Program

The relaunched Webster Mentoring Program allows students to connect with Webster Alumni. There are no deadlines, and students can decide how long the mentorship...

The St. Louis International Film Festival is more accessible than ever

This year, the St. Louis International Film Festival went virtual due to COVID-19. Now, people from around the country - and even the world...

Page issues tighter restrictions as COVID-19 cases rise

St. Louis County's daily COVID-19 cases topped over 1,000 last week. County officials are emphasizing the need to get cases under control or else...

A resistance rejuvenated: ResistSTL says ‘Trump must go’

ResistSTL reactivated this summer as people in the St. Louis area came together to resist President Donald Trump. Keith Rose grabbed his lawn chair, mask...

Webster professor spends every week protesting for Black Lives Matter

Associate professor Amanda Kracen has attended Black Lives Matter protests for the past 22 weeks. Kracen has also helped plan these events with her...