Sunday, August 14, 2022

Webster student arrested at St. Louis LGBTQ rally

A Webster study was charged with fourth-degree assault after a St. Louis protest for LGBTQ rights.

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...

Webster loses long-standing faculty members to voluntary retirement program

Kit Jenkins will be leaving behind 27 years of experience at Webster. She, along with 40 other Webster employees, will be taking the Voluntary Retirement Incentive Program.

Home campus power outage Wednesday Feb. 14

UPDATED 4:30 Webster will close West, East and Maria halls for safety reasons due to the power outage at 5 p.m. The Webster Village apartments...

Students ‘shame’ St. Louis Police Department after Stockley verdict

“This is the evolved Webster, the one I think Webster should be and should represent,” Aideen O’ Brien said. “If we are for diversity, we have to not just talk the talk, but do the do.”

Supporters march for Planned Parenthood

Rallies for and against Planned Parenthood took place Feb. 11 nationwide, including in St. Louis.

Webster student participates in annual Turkey Day Run

Mark Spewark has ran in the race since he was seven-years-old. He now prepares himself and his clients to run each Thanksgiving.

Webster Groves Police do not address Attorney General statistics

African American drivers were four times more likely to be pulled over by Webster Groves Police than white drivers in 2017, according to the...

Amendment 3 causes mixed reactions among voters

Amendment 3 is an item on the ballot this November. The amendment has quickly become talked about between community members and politicians alike. On Nov....

Local store Blue Dahlia Designs restructures business to survive

Mother and daughter duo Angie and Alyssa Mangan opened their dream interior design store last August. Now, COVID-19 caused them to rethink how they...

Webster Thailand faculty member’s mysterious death questioned by family

For David, the autopsy, and the photos he later saw, were proof that James was beaten to death. David now believes that his brother was murdered, and that Thailand’s police chose to ignore the obvious signs.

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...

Mayor and city council get to work, postpone public hearing on proposed educational zoning

The Webster Groves mayor Gerry Welch said the city council has received enough information and comments from Webster University, Eden and the residents of Webster Groves and now the council needs to get to work.

Coldwater Creek suspected cancers are relentless, say members of the surrounding community

What if a fire burned only 600 ft. away from toxic waste? What if this was your community? There is a fire burning underground in...

SVO to host Mental Health Advocacy panel

Webster's Veterans Organization is inviting mental health professionals to discuss tools for fighting the stigma of mental illness.

Students chalk the quad with positive messages post-election

Disappointed by presidential election results, students brought a message of hope and unity to campus with chalk.