December 16, 2017



Tiny house, big living

Webster University student Meghan Panu wanted to learn what it is like to live small. She seeks to learn by constructing her own small, mobile house with a lot of support.

Webster student Jared Campbell helped organize the art therapy-inspired event / Photo by Yue Zhang
Photo by Emily van de Riet
Senate candidate Jason Kander speaks to Webster students in the Winnifred Moore Auditorium. | BRIAN RUTH / The Journal

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"It always makes me feel welcome. I feel more like I am home here." Students taking part in campus activities during their first week of school.   [embed][/embed]  

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P!NG performance showcases student talents

Webster University’s P!NG: A Peforming Arts Collective produced its first show since receiving the approval to become an official club. After discussing at weekly meetings what the club’s first official event would be, the club decided to hold a cabaret titled “Great Expectations.”


Art Prom honors David Bowie

Students came dressed in their best 70s glam ready to dance as a tribute to their favorite artist David Bowie. From his 1977 sailor look to his iconic lightning bolt tattoo, Bowie was represented at the annual Art Prom hosted by the Webster University Art Department.

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