Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Webster music students performed ‘The Human Experience’ on March 9

Seventeen Webster University music students created a concert to perform for peers, family and community members on March 9 titled “The Human Experience.” The...

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...

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...

Opinions on tattoos differ by religion

Though religions take various stances on tattoos, Webster students sometimes do not take their beliefs into account.
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 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...

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.

From voice memos to EPs, student Keshon Duke has grown as an artist

Keshon Duke taught himself how to play bass and drums in middle school. Now he has released an EP titled "love letter." In one of...

Creations

Underclassmen dance majors embrace performance opportunity Webster University underclassmen dance majors had the opportunity to perform their own choreographed pieces in “Creations: A Student Choreography...

Remembering Terry, Kirk and Tony

The families of Terry Jackson, Kirk Cappello and Tony Saputo reflect on their time with the three before their tragic deaths.

May Gallery hosts first Bill Barrett Annual Faculty Photography Exhibition

The exhibition ran from Feb. 18 to March 11 and was open to all current and former faculty, according to Aaron AuBuchon. For 23...

McPherson Community Garden brings fresh food and fellowship

The McPherson Community Garden started as a way to make the area look nice, but has since grown into a source of fresh, healthy...

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...

Student helps unveil Holocaust history in translating internship

At her internship, Webster student Lisa Johnson translates Holocaust-era documents that contribute to public knowledge of the Jews’ struggles at the time. Johnson’s internship at...

Student finds quiet places to take Zoom classes

Commuter student Logan Nguyen takes an online class the same day as an in-person class. Over the first few weeks, Nguyen explored places to...

Global Culture Club comes to Webster University

Cultural cooking classes, multi-lingual guest speakers, film screenings and social outings at ethnic restaurants in St. Louis are just some of the events Webster’s...

Forensics and Debate attends first in-person PKD national since 2019

Webster’s Forensic and Debate team recall their first in-person PKD National Tournament and Convention in three years. From March 9 to 13, the Webster University...