April 23, 2018


    Tattoos of Webster

      Tattoos of Webster

      In the spring of 2016, The Journal set out to create a gallery chronicling the different tattoos that students and employees at Webster have on their bodies. Every tattoo holds significant meaning to those that get ink, and The Journal wants their stories to be heard.

      JORDAN PALMER/ The Journal
Ahmad Smith falls to the floor in pain after he suffered a sprained ankle in Webster’s win over Fontbonne on Jan. 17. He is expected to miss at least a week.
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        Webster softball team takes on Fontbonne

        On March, 30 Powers pitched 3.1 innings in Webster’s 8-0 loss to Fontbonne University in the first game of a double header. Sam Powers thought of the perfect way to describe her role for the Webster University Softball team this year. She is the grandma.

          CLAIR STAPLES / The Journal
Ryan Sheehan directs The St. Louis Big Band on Friday, Feb. 14, for the Valentine’s dance at Casa Loma Ballroom in St. Louis, Mo. Sheehan is a 2013 Webster University graduate.
              MEGAN FAVIGNANO / The Journal
Julia Kalkbrenner writes “Yes I’m mixed. No I will not pick a side,” on a poster. The poster was stapled to a wooden stake and hammered into the quad with 73 other posters — all representing stereotypes students have experienced. The posters were part of LGBTQ Alliance and Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority’s event, Breaking Stereotypes held on Monday, Oct. 7.
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