Thursday, February 25, 2021

Webster Groves City Council to restrict university expansion

Webster Groves City Council unanimously voted on Tuesday, Jan. 18 in favor of an ordinance addressing zoning codes that will affect the planned expansion of Webster University at Eden Theological Seminary.

Rams give away 300 tickets to students

The St. Louis Rams beat the Washington Redskins 30-16 on Sunday, Sept. 26, and several Webster University students attended the game at the Edward Jones Dome free of charge.

Agenda driven by students

The Delegates’ Agenda, once a round table discussion between students and the administration has become a complain session.

College loan debt now exceeds students’ credit card debt

Student loan debt now exceeds credit card debt in the United States. Americans owe $825 billion in credit according to the Federal Reserve, while Finaid.org estimates student loan debt at $830 billion, including federal and private loans.

Students question quality of rides at carnival

At least two other Webster University students were injured while riding the Rock O Plane ride provided by the American Banner Amusements Company at the festival on Saturday, Sept. 25.

From New York mosques to Webster: Creators of the “30 Mosques, 30 States” project...

Muslim-Americans, Aman Ali and Bassam Tariq chose Webster University as the first stop on their “30 Mosques, 30 States” tour where they visited a different mosque in a different state on each of the 30 days of Ramadan, getting a first-hand view of the many diverse Islamic communities in the United States.

Director of media center suddenly fired

Michael Williams, the Director of Media was suddenly fired on Wednesday, September 15th. Nothing has been disclosed regarding the reason for his dismissal.

Student death stuns Webster

Freshman Mason Gaddis died in his St. Louis home Tuesday. The circumstances of Gaddis’ death are not yet known. Mason Gaddis is the son of Ron Gaddis, an adjunct professor in the biology department.

Maplewood Firefighters Visit the White House for Medal of Valor Ceremony

Four firefighters of the City of Maplewood Fire Department receive the Medal of Valor at the White House Sept. 23. View the official press release...

Gen. eds are not as complicated as advertised

In the last two weeks, the Webster University Faculty Senate has met twice already to discuss the changes to student general education. During the...

SGA focuses on grad students with “What’s Yo Problem”

Student Government Association (SGA) reached out to non-traditional and graduate students this week as they geared up for their fall Delegate's Agenda with four...

Officer’s summit decides what issues matter most

Immediately after the Officer's Summit finished on Friday, Sept. 17, Dexter Earney, a senior public relations major, was on his way to pick up...

New environmental group on campus promises to stay

A group of students are trying to take Webster University's future into their own hands and point Webster University down a greener path. A...

Republican candidate for Congress speaks at Webster

Abortion. Immigration. The job market. The economy. On Sept. 16, students in an Introduction to Media Writing class had the opportunity to ask Ed...

423 New Gorloks

Enrollment numbers throughout universities in Missouri are increasingly high for the freshmen class this fall. However, this cannot be said for Webster University because...

Webster India Campus

If Indian parliament passes education law, Webster will look at India for new campus. Webster University is closely watching the progress of a bill awaiting...