Wednesday, May 5, 2021

For one graphic designer, love of music and art mixes together

In an assignment from kindergarten, Michael Doherty wrote, “‘I like art and moozic.'" Since then, he has been able to create art for his...

Webster track athlete named SLIAC Indoor Track Athlete of the Year

Jacob Ridenhour won first in the 60m dash and the 200m dash during the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Indoor Track Championships on Feb....

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion conference promotes productive conversations about difficult subjects

Students and guest speakers spoke on panels on discussions about race, gender identity, sexuality and disability during the sixth annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion...

The Journal On Air: Episode #3

Let's talk about the most recent edition of The Journal. The hosts speak about the news of COVID-19 vaccinations, the second impeachment of former president...

Webster Groves restaurants find ways to adapt in spite of pandemic

Ghost kitchens. Delivery service. Curbside services. These are just some ways restaurant owners have had to get creative in the face of the COVID-19...

Women’s basketball team ready for return to court

Webster women's basketball team member Lauryn Freeman said preparation has been difficult. However, the team is hoping to once again be tournament champions.  After winning...

‘Let’s get to work;’ Alumni serve in Biden administration

Gen. Lloyd Austin III will be making history as both the first Black Secretary of Defense and Webster alum in a cabinet position. Jesse...

Webster baseball hopes to make it to Division III World Series

Perfect Game USA, a national baseball scouting organization, placed Webster's baseball team at the top of their 2021 preseason rankings.  It is World Series or...

Local restaurant offers bands a chance to play during COVID-19

COVID-19 has limited the opportunity for local bands to perform live. Highway 61 Roadhouse and Kitchen is one restaurant that is continuing to offer...

Calling for Senator Hawley’s resignation, students join protest

Webster student Shaeleigh Parsons stared down at the big, painted yellow letters that spanned across the street in front of the Old Courthouse in...

Volleyball team must replace five starters despite restricted practices

Going into the spring season, the Webster Volleyball team only has two of the seven starters from their last conference tournament. The Webster volleyball...

Woody-Cooper appointed to American Psychological Association

Jameca Woody-Cooper has not only taught, but inspired students. Now, she is a member of the America Psychological Association.  In December 2020, Jameca Woody-Cooper, an...

‘One Brick Shy’ series built with Webster University connections

A web series by three Webster alums has allowed the women behind it a chance to build their friendship creatively, brick by brick. Jenna McDonald,...

Webster graduates’ future careers impacted by COVID-19

Kat Rubush was scheduled to work at the Opera Theatre of St. Louis over the summer. Then, COVID-19 canceled the season. “That scrapped plan A,...

‘Art is sanity:’ Artist with background in graffiti depends on his creations to keep...

Jordan Massey used to watch "graffiti trains" pass through his hometown. Now, he uses spray paint to create all kinds of art. Jordan Massey grew...

Local art studio offers creators a chance to show off and sell work

Union Studio is here to help artists of all kinds. “I am proud that we have a reputation of everything being handmade but it...