The dean of Webster University’s Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts and a man of many nicknames, won the Webster Groves 2014 Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award while wearing his signature plaid tie.
Hezekiah McCaskill and Keyra Stephens wrote the Journal in response to the letter critiquing AAAC’s dead-in. The writers believe the demonstration was a justified means to convey their protest of Black shootings.
Internation Human Rights major Henrietta Campbell argues the stalemate for gay marriage with the supreme court is not a win. They believe LGBTQ rights to employment, safety and inclusion are more pressing issues.
The Journal supports District 5 County Council Candidate Patrick Dolan’s policy on public transportation. We believe an investment to improve the Metro’s accessibility would especially benefit Webster students.
Democratic representative Arthur Lieber does not have the campaign funding or the party endorsements Republican Incumbent Ann Wagner has in the race for representative of Missouri’s 2nd Congressional District. Lieber…
The Webster University Mentoring Program has doubled in size in its second year of existence, according to Webster Today, Webster University’s blog. The mentoring program, which is offered to sophomores,…
The Extra Point: Webster pitcher racks up the strike outs after switch to NCAA Division-III
Webster Pitcher Chris Jansen leads the Gorloks in strikeouts.
Kavahn Mansouri vs. The World: Harry Potter: the chosen one
The Harry Potter series influenced the lives of a generation on a global scale. The characters grew with readers and warmed their way into readers’ hearts in a powerful way.