March 29, 2017

Profiles

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Webster University alumnus Bryan Alaspa (right) has authored around 30 books, with his primary genres being horror and thriller. His wife Melanie Parker (left) assists him in the final review of his stories.
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The St. Louis “Ripper” connection

Could Jack the Ripper have died in St. Louis? Dr. Francis Tumblety, a suspect in the murders, did. Webster University graduate student Michael Sandknop is looking into the connection as well as the evidence in his upcoming documentary.

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Making the most of a degree in the arts

Webster University alumna Dion Allison works at Paint with a Twist, teaches art at an elementary school, pursues her Masters online and raises four children. She has no regrets that she graduated with a degree that has her working two jobs.