Thursday, August 18, 2022

Interdisciplinary Border Project takes its fifth visit to the US/Mexico border

After delay due to the pandemic, the Interdisciplinary Border Project is back to traveling. Over spring break, Webster faculty and students took their fifth...

103rd commencement speaker announced

Djibril Diallo has been named Webster University’s 103rd commencement speaker. Diallo is the president and CEO of the African Renaissance and Diaspora Network (ARDN)...

Webster to add two new colleges

On June 1, Webster University will add the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. The school will provide opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate...

Student helps unveil Holocaust history in translating internship

At her internship, Webster student Lisa Johnson translates Holocaust-era documents that contribute to public knowledge of the Jews’ struggles at the time. Johnson’s internship at...

New campus to open in Republic of Georgia

The location in Tbilisi, Georgia plans to offer classes for Media Studies, International Relations and Business Administration undergraduate majors, as well as GCP courses....

Webster University announces changes in tuition rates for the upcoming academic year

While part-time students will see a decrease in tuition, many full-time students will see an increase for the upcoming academic year. On Feb. 7,...

Study abroad trip to Ecuador concerns and excites students

Webster University students are visiting the indigenous Sápara community this spring. Some students, however, worry about bringing COVID-19 to the indigenous community. From roaming...

Brief: Mistakenly sent loan discharge letter

The letters were sent to Webster students incorrectly from the Department of Education. Some students and parents were alarmed to receive a letter this...

President Joe Biden gives State of the Union, talks Ukraine

During the State of the Union, President Joe Biden stated, "To our fellow Ukrainian-Americans who forged a deep bond that connects our two nations,...

Professor Bill Barrett remembered by students and faculty

On Feb. 3, Webster University’s home campus lost a piece of its community. That was the day Bill Barrett, an almost thirty-year professor and advisor...

Student involvement in organizations on home campus declining

The LGBTQ+ Alliance normally hosts events like "The Drag Ball." This semester, however, it was unable to re-register with Webster University as a student...

Webster sees highest ever enrollment among international and study abroad students

Webster University's international and study abroad enrollment is at an all-time high. Webster University international students are making campus history. International and study abroad...

‘Bringing greenways to life’ in the St. Louis region through Great Rivers Greenway’s online...

People can take an online survey about Great Rivers Greenway through Feb. 6. The survey helps inform plans for the greenway moving forward. For the...

Webster University’s student employees receive 85 cent pay raise but face anxiety working through...

The pay increase comes as minimum wage went from $10.30 an hour to $11.15 an hour. Webster University student employees receiving the minimum wage have...

SGA organizing Period Equity Project for menstruating students

Webster University's 139 bathrooms will soon be stocked with menstrual pads and tampons for students. The Student Government Association is working to launch the...

Emerson Library eliminates fines and fees

Blain McVey reached out to the library in his role as comptroller of the Student Government Association to help spark the change. Before 2022,...