Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Terry Crews inspires students with personal life stories

From addict, to artist, to football star, to actor. Terry Crews had a lot to talk about with students.

Former student raises awareness for child abuse in Pakistan

She was the Vice President of SGA at Webster. Now she is leading a movement in Pakistan.

Class of ’68 celebrates 50 years at anniversary dinner

They shared memories from their time at Webster, the good and bad.

‘We can all get a feeling from an image’ – Webster student curates art...

The freshman sees art as a passion and an opportunity for a conversation

Webster alum protets D.C. Kavanaugh hearings with NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri

The two went to D.C. with a mission. Now their fight continues back home.

‘It doesn’t define me’ – Webster art student with Cerebral Palsy finds a way...

Samantha Peters has impressed her friends and teachers with her ability to overcome cerebral palsy.

Big future, tiny living – Webster grad ponders a smaller version of life

Meghan Panu's desire to be environmentally sustainable brought her on a journey she did not expect.

Former East St. Louis police chief combats gun violence

Michael Hubbard knows how a bullet sounds flying past his head. Despite any dangers he has faced, he loves his city of East St. Louis.

Cantone’s Coop: Webster University Public Safety officer rescues chickens

Frank Cantone says chickens are the answer to world peace.

Colombian student’s love of learning takes her around the globe

Luisa Mercado earned a full ride scholarship to Webster in 2013. Now in her senior year, she hopes to start her masters degree in Saudi Arabia.

Former mayor of Kirkwood Arthur McDonnell recalls victims, community adversity in the wake of...

Art McDonnell continues his life despite the tragedy he lived through. Even so, he remembers the victims he knew personally.

Figure drawing models strip in the name of art

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

‘Whose Streets?’ producer explores racial injustice through film

In his film, Damon Davis depicts events following the death of Michael Brown from the perspective of Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists. 'Whose Streets?' gives insight about the "black experience" during this time and in the years that followed.

WU student, brother start St. Louis Blues Blind Hockey Club

Over the course of the last seven months, Kyle and Sean Borah started St. Louis' first blind hockey team– and then got it sponsored by the St. Louis Blues.

St. Louis tag-team battles the 11-pound Pointersaurus Pizza

In 2010, Randy Santel and Dan Graham successfully completed the Pointersaurus Pizza Challenge at Pointer's pizza. Eight years later, freshman Asia Jones attempts to finish the 28-inch pizza with her teammate, Curtis Windell.

John Buck displays leadership at Webster University

John Buck has both a master's and doctorate in leadership and management. He also has a huge collection of Olympic enamel pins.