Wednesday, April 21, 2021

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,...

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...

Fitness center unchanged despite growing athlete numbers

Scott Kilgallon started advocating for a bigger weight room for athletes when he became Webster University’s athletic director four years ago. The fitness center...

Holi Festival in pictures

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

Webster Gorlok named one of Buzzfeed’s weirdest mascots

Webster was one of 23 university mascots from across the United States to make Buzzfeed's Weirdest Mascot list.

Webster University professors start conversations on sexual assault

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

Actress Laverne Cox coming to Webster

The Emmy Award-nominee will be visiting Webster to explore transgender rights with students and faculty.

Philosophy Coalition back after five years of inactivity

The Philosophy Coalition is back in business. On March 30, the coalition will host the 13th Annual Philosophy Conference in Sunnen Lounge.

Figure drawing models strip in the name of art

Figure drawing models discuss what it is like to pose nude for art students.

Webster band ‘Big Tobacco’ headlines campus concert

Webster students from rival bands joined together to form Big Tobacco.

Culture Chat seeks to increase inclusion on campus

The biweekly event Culture Chat encourages students to get to know their fellow diverse students and develop new friendships.

Sisu: a female exhibition, opens doors March 10

Webster's Arcade building will feature art pieces done by women for women throughout March to celebrate Women's History Month.

Stories of survival: ‘New World’ encourages empathy toward St. Louis refugees

'New World' follows three refugee women before, during and after they fled to America in search of a new life. The play will be the final event of Webster University's Diversity and Inclusion Conference.

#MeToo founder Tarana Burke encourages students to speak their truth

Tarana Burke founded the #MeToo movement, which went viral in October 2017. Burke spoke to Webster students about how she uses her experience to help other survivors of sexual assault.

‘Whose Streets?’ hits home for Webster students

"Whose streets?" Webster students reflect on post-Ferguson documentary.

Webster’s Conservatory – What happens behind the scenes

Get a behind the scene look at how The Conservatory produces a show. From designing the set, to making the costumes; everything it took to make "As You Like It."