Saturday, April 10, 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...

In the Mood for Something New: Dining in the database

Webster University Library has a new database that offers healthy recipes with detailed nutrition facts and specialized search filters.

VIDEO: Webster University students take snow tubes to the slopes

Webster students experience the thrill and fear of a 1200 foot slope at Hidden Valley Ski Resort

SLIDESHOW: Drag queens, kings perform at 16th annual drag ball

Webster University’s annual Drag Ball turned 17 on March 24 as performers, both amateur and professional, hit the stage in Grant Gymnasium.

Sorority demonstrates interview skills at Peppermint Social etiquette workshop

Delta Theta Sigma sorority hosts etiquette workshop in the East Academic Building Tuesday, Sept. 18.

Mad Art Gallery displays Webster students’ work

WAC sponsors art gallery show featuring 37 Webster students.

Webster alum participates in 42 Doors of Hope project for cancer awareness

A doorway painted by Webster alumni Byron Rogers sits outside the Visual Arts Studio. The door is one of 42 which aims to raise...

Thailand study-abroad student yearns for higher-quality education

Abroad student, Macy Salama, is ready to return to the Webster home campus. Salama realized her education is not advancing in Thailand.

The Rep’s artistic director attends Conservatory auditions, gives professional consideration

Webster University Conservatory students work throughout the year for The Repertory Theater of St. Louis. Work can range from ironing dresses to changing sets. But for certain students who stand out from the crowd, there is a brighter future.

Ilyasah Shabazz reflects on father Malcolm X’s legacy

Ilyasah Shabazz, the third daughter of activist Malcolm X, spoke to students and faculty about her history, accepting herself and finding ways to combat racism Thursday, March 31 at Nerinx Hall.

Loss of loved one inspires Webster author

Webster University alumna Lori A. Moore’s career as an author began when writing out of grief. Now, she has written five books on a variety of topics, with a sixth scheduled for release in the summer.

Beyond borders

Artist and alumna Jillian Conrad uses suggestive sculptures to engage visitors.

St. Louis pizzerias compete head-to-head at Battle of the Slices

Event organizer Emily Tintera helped put together a competition between local pizza institutions. “We just feel like there’s so many amazing pizza places in St....

Student traveled the country with family in RV

Webster University sophomore vocal performance major shares her family’s nationwide road trip experience.

Film majors conquer challenges caused by campus closure

While the Webster University campus has been closed, film major Brooke Kinsley has focused on film making. Other film majors, however, feel the shutdown...

Second FallFest carnival is a wild ride

For the second year in a row, Campus Activities helped celebrate Webster University homecoming weekend by holding a carnival behind the University Center. The carnival has replaced the traditional fall concert with a more family-friendly outdoor experience.

Conservatory students to perform ‘Big Love’ in Havana, Cuba

Webster University student and actor Robert Riordan told his mom he was going to Cuba to perform with the Conservatory of Theatre Arts’ production...