Sunday, August 14, 2022

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.

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...

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.

LGBTQ+ people conceal identity for security

Code-switching describes how minority groups change their behavior to increase acceptance. For some members of the LGBTQ+ community, the switch is necessary for their...

Webster University professors start conversations on sexual assault

Sociology professors go to extra mile to educate their students on sexual assault.

Community Music School turns 90

One St. Louis piano teacher’s vision paved the way for the Community Music School (CMS) at Webster University, which is celebrating its ninetieth anniversary.

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...

Drag performers bring story time to Emerson Library

Three drag queens came to Webster University's Emerson Library April 23 to read stories and dance along to hit songs with children and their parents.

Webster hosts Abby Wambach during Virtual Headliner Series

Abby Wambach stressed the importance of empowering women during the seminar. Webster University brought in two-time Olympic gold medalist, FIFA Women’s World Cup champion and...

Webster community warns of hearing loss

On Aug. 31, Webster students gathered at the Garden Cafe to watch local musicians perform in BrewBops Music Fest. Consisting of over 8 bands,...

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.

VIDEO: Webster Fighting Game Club brings competitive gaming to campus

The Webster Fighting Game Club hosted its third monthly tournament last weekend, bringing competitive gamers to campus to play games like Super Smash Bros and Street Fighter.

From Jensen to Jensen

Professor Scott Jensen came to Webster University 20 years ago with the goal of helping the forensics and debate program grow. This year, he will be walking away as director of the program and handing it to his wife, Gina Jensen.

Talking green issues over coffee

Webster University Sustainability Coordinator Kelsey Wingo said that “going green” is not always easy. She created a space where students, faculty and staff talk about the environmental issues going on in the world.

Webster University Gospel Choir express faith through song

Every Tuesday and Friday, the Webster University Gospel Choir meets in the presentation room at the University Center to practice for concerts they hope will spread the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Steve Burns visits Webster University for Spring Headliner

From Blue's Clues to indie rock, Steve Burns shares a lesson on pursing your dreams and following the journey. After moving to New York City...

Repertory tackles themes of race, peace activism in spring season

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis Spring Production Schedule.