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Advertising and Marketing Communication Students

Award-Winning Students

Students in the Advertising and Marketing Communications Program won a local marketing challenge and also donated hundreds of pairs of socks to the homeless during the competition.

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Luisa Mercado

From the Chess League to the Ivy League

Two alumni of Webster's Chess Program have landed prestigious research jobs at Ivy League institutions.

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Shirley LeFlore is one of two Webster alumni selected as St. Louis' poet laureate

Poet Laureates

Artists Shirley LeFlore ‘76 and Jane Ellen Ibur ’73 were appointed as St. Louis’ poet laureate. LeFlore was sworn in at a City Hall ceremony in early November and will serve until April. Ibur will then take over and serve a two-year term. 

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All-Academic  Honors

The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) named 25 Webster University honorees to the 2018 Fall All-Academic Team. Gorlok athletes from the volleyball, soccer and cross country teams were given honors.

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Recent News

The winter blood drive will happen on Feb. 6 in the University Center.

Winter Blood Drive Feb. 6

January 23, 2019

Webster University's Residential Housing Association (RHA) is excited to continue its partnership with Mercy Health Systems, for the university's first blood drive of the semester. The Blood drive will take place Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 from 10 – 1:30 p.m. in the University Center's Sunnen Lounge. All presenting donors will receive a free t-shirt and all presenting donors who sign up for and attend their appointment will be entered into a drawing for prizes!

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Advising Curriculum Series 'Helping Vulnerable Students' Feb. 1

January 23, 2019

This session’s theme is “Helping Vulnerable Students” and will feature a panel including representatives of the Academic Advising Center, the Online Learning Center, First Year Experience and Undergraduate Persistence, and Student Affairs. It will be held at 2 p.m. CDT on Friday, Feb. 1, in person in East Academic Building 137 and via WebEx.

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'Grave Tales' Series with Horror In Media and Culture Class

January 23, 2019

"Grave Tales" is a selection of films screening Thursday nights in January and February in the Webster University Film Series. It was curated in conjunction with a course of the same name in the Film Studies program. This week students will hear from David J. Skal, a writer and documentary filmmaker, who will also hold a director discussion at Thursday's screening of "Dracula" and Skal's "The Road to Dracula."

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