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Webster Volleyball player Cassie Gray comes out as gay, slays

Webster volleyball player Cassie Gray recalls a recent conversation with her parents. Gray was trying to explain to her parents, Rodney and Terri Gray,...

Webster unveils new Sverdrup Building renovations

State-of-the-art, purpose-built, a giant playground of audio equipment – these are just some of the words used to describe Sverdrup’s phase II of renovations.  The...

Opinion: On abortion, weed and STDs

When applying to college, most students assume that they will learn everything about everything. The movies that influence us showcase college students and graduates...

Student-loan forgiveness: are you keeping up with the latest?

The Biden administration’s student-loan forgiveness program is now before the Supreme Court, with a ruling expected from the high court sometime this year. Last...

Webster University places “books on trial”

Every year, book lovers across the world dedicate the last week of September to celebrating and raising awareness of banned books. The event, known...

Opinion: Webster students deserve better food

When I first came to Webster in the fall of 2016, one of the things that got my attention was the food: the wide...

Webster University offering rare, new chess minor

Chess in Education, one of Webster University’s newest degrees, gives students yet another way to learn about the world of chess.  Introduced in fall 2022,...

International students navigate academics while dealing with cultural shock

The life of a young college student is tough: Between assignments, quizzes and exams, they have to manage to make time for themselves to...

Fandom businesses thrive in St. Louis

From conventions to small businesses that celebrate hobbies like games and anime, St. Louis is becoming a hot destination for fandom. St. Louis has always...

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