Monday, May 16, 2022

Professor’s First Time in Missouri is at Webster

New assistant professor for the management department, Dustin Smith, is experiencing Missouri for the first time while teaching corporate responsibility and strategy at Webster University.

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...

Working for the wonderful world of Disney

Webster student Alice Mcgrath Andersen studies and works at dream job in Disney World.

Celebrating 40 years of Webster fine arts

On top of celebrating 100 years of operation, Webster University is celebrating something else. This year celebrates 40 years of the Bachelor of Fine...

Conservatory students fundraise for new LA showcase

Conservatory seniors must each raise $1,000 for their newly structured LA trip. This trip gives performance students an advantage for finding work after graduation.

‘Stories of Resistance’ resonates with students, seeks global connections

"Stories of Resistance" at the St. Louis Contemporary Art Museum resonated with Webster student Keshon Duke. The exhibition highlights a global view of resistance. Webster...

“We don’t see color, we just see the person”

From within their families and from the outside world, interracial couples sometimes face scrutiny for dating outside of their race. But more importantly, these couples are learning to embrace diversity and see beyond the color of skin.

After 34 years of teaching

Media literacy professor Art Silverblatt retires, celebrates his contributions to Webster community

Strange Donuts sells unique sweets at Maplewood shop

By Rebecca Doran For Corey Smale and Tyler Fenwick, doughnuts are more than just food, they are an experience. Smale and Fenwick are co-owners of...

Webster Dance Club welcomes all

The Dance Club at Webster University gives students the chance to learn and practice dance. The club consists of dance majors and minors as of now, but any Webster student is welcome.

Can a Gorlok exist in nature?

Biology Department Head Dr. Stephanie Schroeder sat down with The Journal to give the inside scoop on if Webster University's mascot, the Gorlok, could actually exist in nature.

Class of ’68 celebrates 50 years at anniversary dinner

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

VIDEO: Students Paint Mural at Homeless Shelter for Webster Works Worldwide

A Webster University student volunteer group updated a mural painted during the first Webster Works Worldwide.

Webster professor John Coveyou leads company in creating science-based tabletop games

What happens when you combine science with tabletop games? You get the creations of John Coveyou, an adjunct faculty member whose games span topics in biology, chemistry and physics.

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.

Webster University alumnus shows artwork at Webster House Galleries opening April 5

Webster House Galleries seek talent in past and current Webster University art department.