Thursday, September 16, 2021

Simone Cummings named business school dean

Cummings is currently an associate professor and associate dean of Academic Quality Assurance at the Walker School of Business. She has been employed at Webster since 2013.

Eden fights for clarification

For Eden Theological Seminary the proposed zoning changes are not just a matter of politics, it’s also a matter of religion. Dr. David Greenhaw,...

Webster Groves residents fight university expansion

Webster Groves resident Maggie Sowash said she is proud to live in a beautiful old brick house in the historic Webster Park area. Sowash, who has lived there since 1987, also said her home and town are in danger of being disturbed by heavy commuter traffic and loud Webster University students.

Dismissed professor spoke out about colleague’s death

A Webster University Thailand professor passed around autopsy photos of a colleague he suspects was murdered.

ISB construction begins March 30, final estimated cost announced

Workers will begin staking the site and preparing the ground for the Interdisciplinary Science Building’s (ISB) construction Thursday.

Webster Study Abroad holds International Education Expo

The International Education Expo included information on Webster campuses in London, Vienna, Mexico, Japan, Thailand, China, Geneva and Leiden, The Netherlands.

Discrepancies between adjunct union and admin website

Corrections: Attribution has been corrected for Patrick Giblin under the section “Escorted off campus.” Giblin said the public safety officer reported to him that...

VIDEO: Webster University Music Department Hosts 9/11 Memorial Concert

On the 10-year anniversary of September 11, the Webster University Music Department held its first concert of the semester in a cathedral downtown, in remembrance of the attacks in 2001.

Missouri citizens debate gun accessibility

Missouri received an F rating in gun safety from the Gifford’s Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence. The center ranked Missouri the third worst state in...

Navy Yard shooting victim was mother, proud Webster grad

Mary Francis Knigh, 51, was one of 12 victims in the Navy Yard shooting in Washington D.C. Beyond her military service she was a proud mother and proud Webster University Alumna.

SGA: Moving forward to benefit the students

We are almost at halfway, and we are staying positive.

U.S. student debt reaches $1.2 trillion

U.S. student debt has reached $1.2 trillion. The average borrower will owe $26,600 after graduation.

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...

Webster University chess team wins Final Four championship

Susan Polgar said her team spent hundreds of hours researching through databases for for potential opponents.

Webster sophomore spent spring break involved in politics

Blain McVey was out in 30-degree weather on Election Day canvassing for the candidate he believed in: Bernie Sanders.  McVey did it all in...

Webster University European campuses will not cut 8-week study abroad, director says

Webster’s study abroad department incorrectly informed students that 8-week study abroad at Webster’s three European campuses would be cut starting fall 2013. Students will still be able to study abroad for 8-week terms.