Sunday, August 14, 2022

With mask requirements gone, Webster’s COVID-19 cases still remain low

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, over 222,000 St. Louis citizens have tested positive for COVID-19 and over 3,000 of those St. Louisans...

St. Louis air quality score decreases

The American Lung Association released its 2022 “State of the Air” report on April 20. The report found “mixed results” for St. Louis air...

Illegal trash dumping in South St. Louis is causing harm to minorities

According to a report titled “Environmental Racism in St. Louis,” illegal trash dumping in St. Louis happens in areas with majority Black or minority...

Webster closes St. Louis area campuses due to inclement weather

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning until Thursday at Noon. Due to the inclement weather, Webster has closed its campuses...

Student helps unveil Holocaust history in translating internship

At her internship, Webster student Lisa Johnson translates Holocaust-era documents that contribute to public knowledge of the Jews’ struggles at the time. Johnson’s internship at...

St. Louis Thies Farm & Market struggles to shift to climate friendly tractors

Thies Farm & Market's Darrell Thies said solar and electric tractor options are too expensive for the business. Darrell Thies of Thies Farm &...

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...

Phyllis Brissenden leaves Opera Theatre of St. Louis $45 million Endowment

According to many who work for Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Phyllis Brissenden viewed Opera Theatre as her family. When Brissenden died on Dec....

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...

Kyle Luzynski advocates for a vegan diet to combat climate change

Kyle Luzynski aims to make the Midwest vegan by 2056 through his work as the executive director of Project Animal Freedom. When Kyle Luzynski was...

‘Bringing greenways to life’ in the St. Louis region through Great Rivers Greenway’s online...

People can take an online survey about Great Rivers Greenway through Feb. 6. The survey helps inform plans for the greenway moving forward. For the...

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.

COVID-19 affects Webster Groves, the first few weeks in photos

On March 11, Webster University announced all classes would move online until April 3 in response to the coronavirus outbreak. However, as the situation...

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...

Government shutdown affects Gateway Arch student visitors

Webster graduate students Ola Ugobo and Raphael Thorpe planned to visit the Gateway Arch during winter break but were unable to due to the...

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...