Lian de Rijke, Mengting Li, Angela Menéndez Álvarez-Cofiño and Christopher Harless all come from different countries and speak different languages. As international students, they are trying their best to live like Americans.
Dr. Elizabeth Sausele, Dr. Lindsey Kingston and students traveled to Rwanda for two weeks as part of a human rights hybrid course. The group experienced the land and culture of the country including Azizi Life and the Kagali Genocide Memorial.
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.
It was a four-peat for the Webster University Chamber Singers when they performed with Josh Groban at the Starlite Theatre in Kansas City, Missouri. This performance marked their fourth with the singer.
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.
Webster students Bryce Goodloe and Brianna Brown performed for the first time at the spoken word open mic during I-Fest 2016. Goodloe usually performs as an actor, but this was his first time performing spoken word poetry.
Webster University marketing and advertising students competed in the annual National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC) regionals April 15 in Kansas City, Mo, taking first place in their district.
Webster University alumnus Joe Mancuso graduated with a bachelor’s degree in music in the fall of 1989, but the singer is not the only Mancuso to relish the rhythm of jazz. His daughter, junior Chela Mancuso, is majoring in music with an emphasis in vocal jazz.
Webster University’s P!NG: A Peforming Arts Collective produced its first show since receiving the approval to become an official club. After discussing at weekly meetings what the club’s first official event would be, the club decided to hold a cabaret titled “Great Expectations.”
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