Friday, December 9, 2022

Webster-Wheaton Game Preview

The Webster University baseball team will take on Wheaton College in the opening round of the College World Series. Check out a preview of the game by The Journal's Josh Sellmeyer.

VIDEO: Asymmetrical Ear Gauges, Tattoos belong to Student Employee from Cleveland

It is estimated that 19% of people in the United States have some form of a piercing. Julian Williams is one of those 19 percent and has a very unique story on how they came to be.

College World Series Overview

Read capsules of the College World Series matchups to find out more about the teams Webster University will have to get through to bring the CWS title back to St. Louis.

VIDEO: Webster Athletics Hall of Famer Jeff Reis inspires freshman Jeff Wallner

Freshman Jeff Wallner followed in the footsteps of his father’s godson, Jeff Reis, to Webster. Reis played soccer and basketball player at Webster, and Wallner is a standout soccer and basketball player, too.

Sasaki & Associates unveil Master Plan design for Webster University

Faculty and Webster Groves community given designs of Webster University master plan.

Master plan prioritizes future building projects

Bonds and donations fund the majority of building renovation and expansion on Webster’s campus.

Webster Groves City Council again postpones a decision on Eden’s master plan

With a revised ordinance, the Webster Groves city council will hold another public hearing on July 17.

UPDATE: Gorloks to face Birmingham-Southern in NCAA Central Regional championship

Birmingham-Southern's 9-7 win over Illinois Wesleyan University on Friday night sets up a rematch for Webster. The Gorloks will face Birmingham-Southern once again, this time for the NCAA Central Regional Championship. A victory for Webster means the team will earn its first ever trip to the College World Series.

VIDEO: Webster Art Student uses Tattoos to Express Himself

Tom Cline designed his sleeve tattoo himself, including the heart on his bicep.

Students gather in Sunnen Lounge for vice presidential debate watch party

Gwenyth Williams, political science professor, led Webster students in a discussion last night after the vice presidential debate.

Seminaries see changes after enrollment drops nationwide

Bangor Theological Seminary will no longer offer a graduate degree by fall 2013.

VIDEO: Inside the New Business & Technology Building

Find out whats behind the doors of Webster's newest facility.

VIDEO: City council passes Ordinance 8753

The ordinance places new restrictions on any sale or lease of Eden property, including limiting vendor space on campus to less than 5,000 square feet and limiting vendor employees to 15 or less.

Couples grow closer from a distance

Two Webster students in long distance relationships discuss the challenges of being geographically separated from a significant other and how they've overcome them.

Neighbor expresses concern over President Stroble’s home

Concerns over noise and traffic revolve around Stroble's new Webster-owned home.

Students, faculty respond to first presidential debate

More than 40 students gathered at the Emerson Library Conference Room to watch the presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney