Sunday, February 28, 2021

SGA working on new programs

This PSA was written by Vice President of SGA Zoe Burton Guess what is coming up, folks? Delegates Agenda. This means the administration is finally...

Alumni Association announced winners for Outstanding Alumni Award

The Webster University Alumni Association announced its winners for the 2018 Outstanding Alumni Award.

Former Webster director sentenced to probation

Former Webster director sentenced to probation after embezzling $380,000 from Webster's Confucius Institute.

Sverdrup construction update

This is the latest update on the Svedrup 2018 construction project.  In terms of progress, the reviews of test plots for “polished” concrete flooring...

SGA is excited for Black History Month

Show your leadership by applying for SGA. We need you.

SGA Column: Get involved with SGA

Student Government Association Vice President Heather Hamilton will have a column every issue of The Journal about what is happening in SGA. There are many opportunities to get involved.

International Education Week kicks off on Monday

Webster is hosting a variety of events in celebration of international culture, language and cuisine.

Stockley verdict protest in pictures

The St. Louis community gathered at the intersection of Tucker Boulevard and Market Street downtown St. Louis to protest the verdict of Jason Stockley. Journal...

UPDATED: Webster’s Florida campuses to close Thursday due to onset of Hurricane Irma

Webster University's Florida campuses prepare as category 5 Hurricane Irma passes through the Caribbean, heading toward Florida coast.

Webster’s Ghana campus finds new location in Accra, set to offer new programs

The campus relocation completes Webster's move from the original Accra location, where the university put its first African campus in 2013.

Delegates’ Agenda takes hiatus

Webster’s Student Government Association (SGA) announced the Delegates’ Agenda will take a hiatus during the spring semester to work on the format of the program.

Webster reaches its Centennial year

As Webster reaches its Centennial, the university takes a look back at its 100 year history.

Webster press presents centennial coffee table book

Among many Centennial events celebrating 100 years of Webster University, there is one tangible memory, something students, alumni, teachers, faculty and community members can...

Gateway Campus to open in December

Scheduled for completion in December, Webster University’s new Downtown Gateway Campus will offer students a variety of new programs and opportunities. Several members of Webster’s...

University breaks ground on science building, set to bolster Webster STEAMM

After more than 50 years of planning, Webster broke ground on the Interdisciplinary Science Building (ISB) Sept. 9. Estimated by Webster to cost $33 million, the building will relocate several departments into one building near the north lawn of the East Academic Building.

Paving the road to a new science building

Webster President Elizabeth Stroble said without the generosity of late trustee member Laurance Browning and his family, several of Webster’s newest building and additions would not be possible. The latest building the Brownings helped fund is the Interdisciplinary Science Building (ISB).