Friday, January 27, 2023

VIDEO: Webster University volleyball standout Jenny Howard has a softer side

Although star volleyball player Jenny Howard is intense on the court, off it, she displays a gentler side in her love for animals.

Baseball seniors end legacy as Webster record holders

The seniors who played their last game for the Webster University baseball team brought the school the two most successful seasons in Gorlok athletics history.

VIDEO: Zehner basketball legacy continues at Webster University

Webster University men’s basketball freshman Danny Zehner isn’t the first person from his family to attend Webster. He is actually the third, as basketball has been a longtime passion for him and his sisters.

East Academic Building [Slideshow]

Photos of the new Business and Technology building at Webster University

VIDEO: Study Abroad, Return Tattooed

Nearly everyone collects souvenirs to remember their study abroad trip, but some students choose to pay for the permanent souvenir: a tattoo.

Webster adjunct Neal Richardson died, memorial service planned

Webster University adjunct faculty Neal Richardson died Friday September 8. Richardson was a faculty member in the Conservatory of Theatre Arts and the Department of...

Former Webster student transfers to a university closer to home

Former Webster University student Emmett Gladden transferred to Ohio State for his sophomore year hoping to find a college where he could fit in, but he realized it was not the college, it was his homesickness.

VIDEO: Professors anticipate move to new offices

Webster University School of Communications professors are excited to settle into new offices inside Webster University's Sverdrup building now that the business school has (mostly) moved out.

Sports Short: Baseball team wins sixth straight SLIAC title

On April 29, the Webster University baseball team won its sixth consecutive SLIAC title by defeating Fontbonne University in a three-game series.

After heart-breaking 4th inning, Gorloks’ season comes to a close

An emotional game with a fateful fourth inning and a scary moment in the eighth spelled a Gorlok elimination from the College World Series. Marietta scored 10 unanswered runs to win 12-7. Read for postgame reaction from coach Bill Kurich and Webster senior players.

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.

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.

Homesickness can be felt from any distance

Homesickness can affect even those close to home. Webster sophomore Jake Kevrick lives only 22 minutes from campus yet he misses the smell and the feel of his home in Eureka Mo.

College World Series Game 2 Preview: Webster vs. Kean University

Webster baseball hit a bump in Game 1 of the College World Series. The Gorloks will look to get their offense back on track and avoid elimination in Game 2 against Mid-Atlantic Regional champion Kean University.

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.

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.