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...

Alum starts Jimmy John’s franchise

Torrey Woodcock opened a Jimmy John's in Sullivan, Mo., making it the fourth Jimmy John's location since he started his own franchise.

Trio dedicates performance to black composers

Before he played “Overjoyed” in honor of Wonder, its original perfomer to conclude the Black History Month concert on February 7, he noted this song was from the heart.

Celebrating 40 years of Webster fine arts

On top of celebrating 100 years of operation, Webster University is celebrating something else. This year celebrates 40 years of the Bachelor of Fine...

Annual Human Rights Conference explores rights of the family

The conference brought professors from Harvard and Miami University to discuss the rights of the family with Webster students, faculty and staff.

Concert celebrates John Cage’s 100th birthday

Musicians pay to tribute to a man who helped shape American music.

Crossing musical borders

Webster University alumnus Juan Salas found his love for music education where he was born and raised, Colombia. In 2010, he started volunteering in Colombia at a free public music school for underprivileged youth. He now does the same type of volunteer work for music schools in St. Louis.

Conservatory premieres “Top Girls”

The Webster University Conservatory Theatre of Arts starts its first show of the season, "Top Girls" on Sept. 28 in the Emerson Studio Theatre....

Focusing on the future

Prospective Webster student is raising money toward attending college, and would be the first in her family to go to school.

Design students selected for St. Louis showcase

Two Webster graphic design majors have their work featured at an art gallery on Delmar Blvd.
Guerrilla Street Food opens new location in Webster

Guerrilla Street Food opens new location in Webster Groves

Guerrilla Street Food co-owners Joel Crespo and Brian Hardesty have taken their Filipino-American fusion food to Webster Groves. Joel Crespo and Brian Hardesty began their...

Alumnus Ben Roseberry returns to St. Louis as part of national tour

After 10 years away, Webster University’s Conservatory of Theatre Arts alumnus Ben Roseberry will be visiting St. Louis. But, it is not just a regular visit. He will be performing on the Fabulous Fox Theatre stage as a cast member of the first US national tour of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.

Law and Disorder

Two Webster law professors perform skits as members of a law comedy group, named “The Courthouse Steps.”

Alex Wilking: Navigating the city of fog

Jet-legged and sleep-deprived, student describes his culture shock abroad

[&] Ivory: Bands should break away from labels

The argument for why bands should break away from record labels.

Student delegate Natalie Fuller trades Illinois for international

LEIDEN, Netherlands - From Metro-east to far-east, Natalie Fuller traveled to Budapest with the Webster Leiden delegation to take part in a simulated experience to solve diplomatic matters.

Hunt Gallery features international artist

Croatian-born Nadija Mustapic presents two video installations the Hunt Gallery's "An Afternoon Without Gravity" Feb. 10.