Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Firing of professor Ibrahim Wazir raises questions

Some members of Webster Vienna's community questioned Wazir's dismissal after he wrote a letter of complaint about the school's administration.

Missouri left with few abortion options

Editor’s note: Due to the current political climate surrounding abortion and out of respect for our sources, The Journal has given a source an...

Webster professor & local museum team up for movie showing at Winifred-Moore Auditorium

Webster University history professor Warren Rosenblum hosted the first part of a two-part film series in the Winifred-Moore Auditorium on Thursday, Sept. 8. The...

Actress Laverne Cox coming to Webster

The Emmy Award-nominee will be visiting Webster to explore transgender rights with students and faculty.

Webster Groves Crime Log week of March 14

Webster Groves Crime Log week of March 14

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...

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....

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...

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...

Webster Groves residents vote on school board, Prop. U

Webster Groves residents headed to the polls to vote in the election on April 5, 2022. Ballots included items such as the mayoral race,...

Webster to kick-off bike share program

Webster plans on steering local transportation in a new direction with a new bike share program.

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.

Webster Conservatory remembers 50 years in weekend long celebration

The celebration is bringing back alumni from Broadway in New York and Hollywood in Los Angeles.

Faculty and staff award nominations open

Webster is accepting nominations for faculty and staff awards.

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.”

Webster professors join thousands for STL Women’s March

Women, men and children marched for women’s rights on Market Street in downtown St. Louis Saturday morning, protesting the policies of President Trump. Webster University Adjunct Terri Reilly, Psychology Professor Linda Woolf and Film Professor Kathy Corley all marched while repping Webster gear.