Thursday, February 2, 2023

VIDEO: The Life of Ordinance 8753

Webster Groves City Council approaches a final reading and vote, which may in part limit the lease or sale of property at Eden Theological Seminary. Learn about the "life" of Ordinance 8753 and how it could affect Webster University.

The Sporting Insider: ‘Thrice As Nice’

Journal copy chief and layout editor Josh Sellmeyer discusses the winning weekend that was in Webster sports and how it compares to what happened in 2009.

Editorial: Stroble is in the House

The Journal weighs in the Stroble's newest residential announcement.

Men’s soccer clips Jays for 2012 SLIAC title

The Webster University Gorloks took down Westminster 2-0 on Saturday, Nov. 3 to win the 2012 SLIAC men's soccer tournament championship. Read for reaction from the players and coach Marty Todt.

OPINION: Politically Incorrect: Why you shouldn’t vote for anyone in the presidential election

In reality, it doesn’t matter which candidate you vote for. A President Romney would make very similar decisions to a re-elected President Obama.

Q&A with campaign political director, Webster grad

Tyler Holman graduated from Webster University in May 2012 with a degree in political science. Now, he works as the political director for Republican Dave Spence’s campaign for governor.

VIDEO: Charles “CIEJ” Jacobs dreams of hip-hop stardom

As a 7th grader, he preferred to draw Dragon Ball Z characters, but his classmates encouraged him to rap.

Webster baseball earns first-ever berth in College World Series

Pitcher Cody Hafeli's gritty performance helped Webster narrowly defeat Birmingham-Southern, 3-2. The Gorloks will now play in their first College World Series, which begins May 25. Read for postgame reaction from pitchers Steven Dooley and David Mueller.

Commentary: 3 things I learned, look forward to

The Journal's Josh Sellmeyer talks about what he learned from the first day of the College World Series and what to look forward to the rest of the tournament.

OPINION: Obama destroys Romney on national security

If Mitt Romney wants a chance at the White House, he needs to start tackling foreign policy and Obama's strong national security background.

Men’s soccer shot down late by Stars, eliminated from NCAA tournament

After holding 1-0 lead into the 70th minute, the Webster University Gorloks were knocked out of the NCAA Division III tournament after allowing three goals in four minutes.

Newsletter promotes community relations

Webster University began distributing a four-page newsletter to the Webster Groves community in 2004. The purpose was to encourage more communication and promote positive relationships between the two entities, said Barb Ehnes, director of media and community relations. Stroble also mentions the possible construction of a residence for her on campus.

Why you shouldn’t play humans versus zombies

"No one seems to notice, or care, that this is functionally a children’s game — a slightly more sophisticated form of tag. It has absolutely no educational value, no social or political significance, no artfulness or creativity. It is, at base, a collegiate-level continuation of recess (which usually terminates after grade school)."

VIDEO: Thunder storm through Gorloks to end women’s soccer’s season

The season ended for the Webster University Gorloks with a 4-0 loss to No.11-ranked Wheaton College (Ill.). The Gorloks are disappointed with the loss but are excited for next season's potential.

RACE FOR THE SHOW-ME STATE: Missouri race for the U.S. Senate

The Journal writes about some of the positions Missouri candidate for U.S. Senate have taken.

Delegates’ Agenda discusses top five student concerns

Officers of student organizations present the top five issues they said the campus needs to address to members of administration.