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Webster professor spends every week protesting for Black Lives Matter

Associate professor Amanda Kracen has attended Black Lives Matter protests for the past 22 weeks. Kracen has also helped plan these events with her...

Missouri sees increase in nontraditional voting

Missouri offered expanded voting options Nov. 3 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The law expanding voting options, however, is set to expire at the...

Students launch project for pre-and-post election education

Students in Social Movements and Technology Keystone Seminar worked to educate people about voting before the election. The class will continue to spread awareness...

As election results trickle in, local elections known, national isn’t

See which candidates and issues led in election results across Missouri.  The polls closed at 7 p.m. on Nov. 3 in Missouri. The election night...

Expert says unrest expected post-presidental election

Before Nov. 3, some Americans worried about Election Day violence and unrest. Webster professor Kelly-Kate Pease discussed these concerns and the likelihood of violence. It’s...

A guide on voting

With the election coming to a close, make sure you have all the information if you're casting your vote tomorrow. The election ends tomorrow....

Misinformation drives Webster professor to action

Professor Julie Smith hates misinformation and disinformation. She's dedicated her career to educating people on how to combat the spread of "fake news." With the...

St. Louis couples marry as an act of protest

Cupcakes and pride flags were passed out on the steps of St. Louis City Hall the week of Oct. 12. Lot's Wife Trans and...

Breaking down the ballot

Voting can be hard with so many options to choose from. Nov. 3 is inching closer. With debates and articles coming out about the...

Students organize protest against Nigerian police brutality

Webster students Igho Ekakitie and Brian Barlay are asking students to use the hashtag #EndSARS in order to raise awareness of police brutality in...

Early voting differs between Missouri and Illinois

Senior John Wallis had several factors and obstacles playing into voting early in Missouri. Sophomore Garrett Dohlke simply showed up at a polling place...

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....

Marches to take place downtown

March for Reparations and the STL Women's March are planning protests in downtown St. Louis this weekend. Downtown St. Louis will be filled with protesters...

Webster announces death of Beijing Language and Cultural University representative

On Oct. 7, police informed Webster University of Qiang "David" Liu's death. This morning, Webster University's Chancellor and President released a statement on the death...

Mental health urgent cares provide relief for patients and hospitals

SSM Health Behavioral Health Urgent Care opened on Aug. 24, offering patients specialized treatment for mental health crises. Mental health crises are traditionally and increasingly...

New IMPACT Scholars program instills civic values in students

Students in the IMPACT Scholars program are learning how to serve the community while also getting the chance to broaden their skills. The IMPACT Scholars,...

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