Thursday, May 26, 2022

Thousands turn out for STL Women’s March

People of all ages came out the fourth annual St. Louis Women's March to support women's rights, despite the cold. The theme of the...

Webster Community hosts 25th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

Members of the Rock Hill and Webster Groves communities came together for the 25th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Community Celebration. Attendees participated in...

University club partners with mayor for community service day

SGA President Sarah Hill said students have been looking for ways to become involved since the postponement of Webster Works Worldwide. The city of Webster...

Students for Life protest new Planned Parenthood

Students for Life organized a protest last week at the new, secretly-constructed Planned Parenthood in Fairview Heights, Ill.  Dozens gathered in front of Planned Parenthood’s...

St. Louis climate strike draws hundreds

"Be loud. We want the whole city to hear us," Brianna Chandler, organizer of Climate Strike St. Louis said. From the top of the steps...

‘An immense feeling of loss’ Webster alumnus loses family home to Hurricane Dorian

Dominic Newton said the Category 5 hurricane left his parents stranded in a hotel without running water or electricity. Three days passed before Webster alumnus...

CDC warns against e-cigarettes

"I strongly urge all people, and especially otherwise healthy young people, to please think before inhaling foreign substances into your lungs," Assistant Professor of...

Webster Groves mayor questions state gun laws

"This afternoon, we could have someone walking down the streets of Webster Groves with an AK-47 over their shoulder, and there's nothing you can...

Student succumbs to injuries after vehicle accident

A memorial service for Andrew Goldbranson will be held July 18 in Darien, Ill. Webster student Andrew Goldbranson,19, passed away July 10 due to injuries...

Vice chair of the board of trustees dies

Story by Kenya Rosabal Jack Galmiche will be remembered by students and faculty after years of service to Webster's School of Communications. John “Jack” Galmiche III committed...

Columbine 20-year anniversary sparks policy conversation

Since Columbine, there have been 238 incidents of gun violence on school campuses, according to data collected by the Washington Post. More than 226,000...

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...

Merger would change population and voting

St. Louis City’s population would go from 62nd highest in the country to 10th highest if Better Together’s proposal passes in 2020. The actual...

Taxation led to original St. Louis City and County divide

Story written by Kenya Rosabal St. Louis City and County have been separate entities for more than 14 decades. This could all change in a...

Sodexo employees demand higher wages

One Sodexo employee worked in custodial services for twelve years and still only made $11 an hour. One Sodexo employee did not want to release...

St. Louis celebrates Mardi Gras in Soulard

Photos from the second largest Mardi Gras celebration in the country. Photos and story by Mandy Wyatt. Thousands flocked to Soulard on Saturday, March 2 for...