Saturday, September 18, 2021

LGBTQ+ students find support on campus while encouraging growth

Senior John Wallis credits some of his comfortability with coming out to Webster. Yet, he wants to see Webster continue to have tough conversations...

Q&A: Webster business owners hopeful for return to normal after pandemic

Three business owners in Webster Groves reflect on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their businesses. One year after the COVID-19 pandemic halted normal...

Witchcraft gains popularity through TikTok

Throughout history, witches have turned to seclusion and faced being hunted and killed. Today, Gen Z has embraced witchcraft and is sharing their knowledge...
Jim Singer sits in the studio

K-SHE legend shares his expertise with students

School of Communications student media coordinator Jim Singer found his passion for radio at a young age. He wants to help the next generation...

Webster student starts her own small business

Junior Kayla Calac has made $5,000 in the past five months from selling homemade products.  Junior Kayla Calac processed about 20 orders last week, and...

Conservatory student uses her skills to create face masks for family

Webster student Dorathy Johnston has been sewing nearly all her life. Johnston is putting her costume design skills to use by creating face masks...

MAP: Over 100 St. Louis-area restaurants offering curbside and delivery services

If you're hungry, we know just the place(s).  Yeah, isolation sucks. But that doesn't mean you have to stay away from your favorite eats. The...

Amy Shaw named CEO and president of the Nine Network

Webster School of Communicstions advisory board member Amy Shaw has worked at the Nine Network for 17 years. Now, she's the network's first female...

Strange Donuts founder turns a second chance into success.

Jason Bockman grew up living in group homes. Now he owns a half-a-million dollar house in West County. Jason Bockman went from a troubled adolescent with...

Webster literacy tutor breaks language barriers with music

Junior education major Logan Furey spends two afternoons a week playing jazz music with middle schoolers at Hancock Place Middle School. He spent every...

Webster drag queen trades books for ‘lewks’

Former film major T.K. Mays (a.k.a. Tiki Vonté) recently placed second in the St. Louis drag competition "Glitter to Gore." When T.K. Mays moved from...

Killer Mike encourages students to stay free and creative

The overall message of Killer Mike represented social change, music and the importance of learning.

Film major works to turn passion for music into a career at Sony

In August, Dreckmann got a job as a Sony music rep. She's been offered many opportunities in the industry since then.

Esports bring Webster students around the world

The esports allow the students to play games professionally while also work on their major.

Webster alums start publishing operation Riso Hell

The images they draw come to life in the form of prints, wallpaper or stickers - all from the Riso printer.

Broke and Abroad – Students ponder living penniless in a foreign country

Alison Bacon thought she had enough money when she went to Vienna, turns out she did not. But that doesn't matter to her now.