Webster staff encourages students to be vigilant during holiday season
Many of this year's holiday celebrations have been followed by spikes in COVID-19. Students hoping to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday can take steps to...
Film graduates, current students create “Strange Louis”
Webster filmmakers search for St. Louis quirks to create independent film.
Minority- and women-owned businesses support each other at City Foundry
Tiffany Wesley was diagnosed with a hormonal condition called polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) in 2013 that led to severe skin issues such as acne...
‘A creature of dance’
After a career filled with pirouttes and plies, Alicia Graf Mack recently retired as lead dancer from the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre to...
VIDEO: Asymmetrical Ear Gauges, Tattoos belong to Student Employee from Cleveland
It is estimated that 19% of people in the United States have some form of a piercing. Julian Williams is one of those 19 percent and has a very unique story on how they came to be.
‘Bring them here’
St. Louis rally in University City gathers over 400 in support of bringing Syrian refugees not just to the United States, but to the...
Webster band ‘Big Tobacco’ headlines campus concert
Webster students from rival bands joined together to form Big Tobacco.
Leaving his “baby”
Commuter Council president graduates Chris Penberthy is in his last days as president of Webster University’s Commuter Council, a title that he has held since...
Webster jazz ensemble, guest musicians perform tribute to Dennis Owsley
Webster jazz ensemble concert honors Dennis Owsley, jazz historian, for donating his jazz collection to Webster University.
Students share experiences of Greyhound bus transportation
Akhmab Islomoe got his first views of American on a Greyhound bus, while Vincent Vega was inconvenienced by a Greyhound bus.
Review: ‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ is a beautiful misfire
'The Huntsman: Winter's War' makes fine use of its production values, but with a muddled script and boring characters, that beauty stars to feel empty.
Guest vocal instructor Christine Brewer starts Residency Week at Webster
Vocal instructor Christine Brewer is a Grammy-award-winning Opera singer. Her residency week at webster started on Feb. 28, with a recital on March 4....
Young musicians compose original works
Competition attracts young composers from across the country.
Keeping up with “Keeping Busy”
Cydney Lucio became a YouTube personality after a video she was in went viral over two years ago. Now operating her own channel, Lucio is setting an example of confidence for her young followers.
International fashion show
Students at Webster university strutted down the runway in cultural dress from Japan, India, Africa and many more during ISA's 4th annual international fashion...
Webster alum returns to St. Louis to shoot latest documentary
Alumnus Andrew Morton travels back to his hometown of Spanish Lake, a community in north St. Louis, to document the area's decline.