April 18, 2015

Headlines

Chad Vaccarino and Ian Axel of A Great Big World.
adjunts
Kelsey (right) and Hayley (left) Rightnowar began a GoFundMe page to raise $100,000 to support their mother

The road to recovery

Sisters Hayley and Kelsey Rightnowar were told to say their goodbyes to their mother Angie more than four years ago when she tripped and fell down the stairs, causing a traumatic brain injury. Since then, Angie has progressed in therapy and could possibly even walk again, all with the support and care of her daughters.

DragBall1Web

A zombie apocalypse

Student and professional performers got all dressed up in their best apocalyptic looks on March 28 to perform in Webster University’s 19th Annual Drag Ball. On stage, the performers look effortless, but a lot of hard work and creativity lies beneath the illusion.

DERRICK VARNER / The Journal
Catcher Zach Allam throws down to first in Webster’s 10-0 win over Westminster. Allam has developed a close relationship with pitcher Matt Goro.

News

adjunts
More Posts:

Opinion

"A Rape on Campus"
More Posts:

Lifestyle

Chad Vaccarino and Ian Axel of A Great Big World.
More Posts:

Sports

DERRICK VARNER / The Journal
Catcher Zach Allam throws down to first in Webster’s 10-0 win over Westminster. Allam has developed a close relationship with pitcher Matt Goro.
More Posts: