St. Louis Artist hides profile in paintings
Painter Phil Jarvis paintings hide his artworks that are all over the world and tattooed upon bodies.
Tim Hendrickson's passion for vinyl records has followed him throughout his life. Five years after his graduation from Webster University, he became a co-owner of Dead Wax Records on Cherokee Street, where he shares his biggest hobby with young and old record collectors alike.
Adjuncts at Webster raised awareness and called for the right to unionize to combat the working conditions they feel are unequal on National Adjunct Walk-out Day.
The five topics at this semester's Delegates Agenda were Campus-wide digital Signage, Comprehensive Sexual Health Services, Academic Advising Standards, Student Organizational Storage Space and an Office of Community Service.
Webster University photojournalism students are creating a photo series on this St. Louis hotspot. The Journal has an exclusive first look at the images before they are displayed in a gallery on Cherokee Street in late April.