Sunday, January 23, 2022

Department of Justice investigates Kirkwood relations, leaves residents dissatisfied

The aftermath of the Kirkwood shooting prompted an investigation by the Department of Justice. At the end of six months, nothing was accomplished, according to residents.

Stockley protestors sue St. Louis

Police arrested Aideen O’Brien during a protest following the Jason Stockley’s not-guilty verdict last year. O’Brien, a Webster student, said she still deals with...

Webster utilizes Browning Hall to reach science students outside campus

Webster joined together with the St. Louis Academy of Science to bring the top high school science lovers to the university to present their scientific finds at an honors division competition.

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...

Trump proposes budget to cut loan forgiveness for teachers

Teachers would be on their own to pay their student loans. The cut would leave teachers and public servants with $45 billion in debt...

Homeless college students seek shelter in extreme cold

*Due to the request of Covenant House and respect of privacy, The Journal has given alternative names to residents of the shelter. The polar...

Residents, supporters of university and Eden voice opinions on proposed educational zoning changes

The Webster Groves City Plan Commission kept the public hearing open on proposed zoning changes that could affect Webster University Expansion. Webster Groves residents and members of the university voiced their opinions on the proposed changes to the rezoning.

Webster student will speak alongside Joe Biden, Jason Kander at rally

The senate candidate's campaign asked Megan Price to speak after she helped organize his appearance at Webster.

City Plan Commission hosts public forum on educational zoning

The city plan commission presented amendments to educational zoning in Webster Groves during a public hearing at its Dec. 2 meeting.

House fire shuts down traffic near campus

Big Bend Rd. was blocked off earlier today as several fire departments responded to a fire near campus. The house fire occurred at 414...

City Council names Guild Theatre a landmark

Webster Groves City Council named The Guild Theatre of Webster Groves a city-designated historical landmark after a public hearing on Oct. 15.

Webster students react to Kavanagh hearing, #WhyIDidn’t Report

Groups of Webster University students across campus Thursday watched the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court Judicial nominee hearings.  Dr. Christine Blasey Ford accused Kavanaugh of...

UPDATED: Webster’s Gateway campus reopens following downtown protests

The Stockley verdict was announced Friday, September 15 and soon after, protests erupted in the streets of St. Louis.

Athens campus earns Greek accreditation

The campus earned its Greek accreditation last month, enabling the university to offer its degrees and programs at the campus.

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.

Webster student expresses concern regarding ADA accessibility during Sverdrup renovations

“I think taking out the entire middle of the building all at once was not smart,” James said. “It is not safe. It would have been better if they started during summer break because then they would have been months in and had time to figure this stuff out."