Saturday, June 12, 2021

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.

Conservatory students create their own theater company

Fifi’s Playhouse wants to become a platform for artists of all kinds. However, their alma mater is one big challenge to become an independent...

VIDEO: Students get colorful at Holi Festival

Dry colors, a powder-like substance, were thrown at each other until every student was covered with color.

Malone shines light on ‘The Dark Days’

At a school assembly where parents shared stories about losing children to heroin, Webster University junior David Malone got the idea that would lead to his future independent film, The Dark Days.

New Gospel Choir on campus

Read more about the choir here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Osyeox30jFU

Birth of the giant W

Each year during freshman orientation week, staff and students from all walks of life come together to form a giant W on the quad—a tradition which has had a short history at Webster, and requires careful planning to execute.

Repertory tackles themes of race, peace activism in spring season

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis Spring Production Schedule.

Webster holds annual Gorlok Gala

Webster University held the eighteenth annual Gorlok Gala during the weekend of Jan. 29. The forensics and debate tournament welcomed 41 schools from 20 states for a competitive, educational and social forensic experiences.

School of Communications adds ‘Star Wars’ class

Passion meets education in Webster University’s newest class: “Star Wars: A Journey through Cinema, Media, and Culture.” The class covers concepts seen in film majors...

Organizations stay afloat despite COVID-19 restrictions

Webster clubs are finding ways to stay connected during COVID-19 restrictions. The Wonderful World coordinates facemasks when the members cannot be together in person. As...

Holi Festival in pictures

Students celebrate the traditional Indian festival of colors on Wednesday with colored chalk, music and dancing.

Lifestyle Spotlight: Webster club teaches self defense

Webster University students Timotius Gunawan, Dalton Edwards and Christopher Austin share one belief: everyone should learn how to defend themselves. They are currently teaching others to do this through their new organization, the Webster Self-Defense Club.

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.

Gospel choir director strengthens faith in wake of cancer battle

Webster University junior Robert Richardson believes a moment of clarity is all it takes for a life to change. That moment of clarity came while Richardson laid in a hospital bed, four years ago.

First international student graduates from Conservatory

Jaemin Shin, from Korea, will be the first international student to graduate from both the Dramaturgy program and the Conservatory.

Poet spreads cultural diversity and identity through spoken word

Kane Smego sees poetry as an art form. He said it is a way to connect and convey emotions.

Art student constructs wooden car in parking lot

Students and faculty that pulled into Lot H Monday may have noticed a dome of green in one of the parking spots by the Art Department. Caitlin Grace made an instillation for her Intermediate Drawing class where she had been instructed by her professor Lyndon Barrois to engage directly with the lived environment.