Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Campus activities try to build community during COVID-19

On campus, clubs and organizations are figuring out new ways to connect and engage with students during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Involvement Fair was...

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.

Muslim students find acceptance at Webster

Muslim students Sajeda Issa and Zubair Meo have found Webster University to be a welcoming campus. Both students said people in the United States have been friendly to them.

Webster community weigh in on pros and cons of pursuing specialized degrees

A big debate in higher education is about getting a broad degree for more job opportunities or a more specific degree that is closer to what someone wants to specialize in for the rest of their lives.

Aidy Bryant, Saturday Night Live regular, to headline night of comedy at Webster

Webster’s Campus Activities team has announced actress and Saturday Night Live regular Aidy Bryant as the fall headliner.

Randy Holmes Quintet performs at Winifred Moore

The Randy Holmes Quintet, a five-person jazz ensemble, performed Monday, Jan. 25 at Webster. The performance brought jazz lovers and students from around the area to the Winifred Moore Auditorium to listen to the group’s arrangement in the first concert of the Spring season. Frontman Randy Holmes has been playing jazz for over 40 years.

Actress Laverne Cox coming to Webster

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

Webster Art Coalition brings back print sale after absence

The Webster Art Coalition hosted the print sale on Dec. 9 and 10, giving student artists the ability to connect with peers and sell...

Communications Career Week kicks off in Sverdrup

From entertainment and talent acquisition to surgery video editing, communications graduates have a diverse range of job prospects. A panel discussion led by six...

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."

The Confucius Institute celebrates the Lunar New Year

On Feb. 1, the Confucius Institute set up a booth outside the University Center at Webster University to celebrate the Lunar New Year. The table...

Students gather together for Sweets & Social

Students were able to color, socialize, and eat donuts at the Sweets & Social event on Fed. 14.  Patti Hayes, an Event Coordinator, hosted Sweets...

May Gallery hosts first Bill Barrett Annual Faculty Photography Exhibition

The exhibition ran from Feb. 18 to March 11 and was open to all current and former faculty, according to Aaron AuBuchon. For 23...

Going through “The Grind”

Webster University student Max Friedman was one of 250 submitted short LGBTQ plays for the BRIEFS Festival. His play about love and the art of communication was one of those chosen and was directed by Conservatory assistant professor Gad Guterman.

Delta Phi Epsilon’s Fall Fest raises money for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Delta Phi Epsilon's president Madison Zumwalt said the sorority worked to offer fun activities for the community of Webster Groves while also raising money...

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.