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What does feminism look like at Webster University?

What does feminism look like to you? Feminism looks like the Sisters of Loretto for the director of the Multicultural Center and International Student...

Student finds quiet places to take Zoom classes

Commuter student Logan Nguyen takes an online class the same day as an in-person class. Over the first few weeks, Nguyen explored places to...

Masks create problems for deaf individuals

St. Louis County issued a mask mandate for everyone over the age of 9. This public health order has caused new communication barriers for...

International students face new challenges due to COVID-19

Yasmin Khan was one of the many students at Webster that felt displaced after the closure of on-campus housing. She was tasked with making...

Students with children balance hybrid classes and Zoom elementary

Many primary and secondary schools starting the school year off with hybrid learning models. Non-traditional students like Lily Reed are now faced with the...

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...

At Risk COVID19

By Alex Darmody Logging on to any form of social media in this time period is a minefield. Whether it be an estranged family member posting...

Conservatory student uses her skills to create face masks for family

Webster student Dorathy Johnston has been sewing nearly all her life. Johnston is putting her costume design skills to use by creating face masks...

Campus Activities puts on a TikTok talent show

Students, there is finally something to do besides lay in bed and do homework. Instead of aimlessly scrolling through TikTok and other social media...

Film majors conquer challenges caused by campus closure

While the Webster University campus has been closed, film major Brooke Kinsley has focused on film making. Other film majors, however, feel the shutdown...

Student Liza Pequeño beats terminal cancer diagnosis, finds new life

Liza Pequeño's doctor told her she'd have a year to live. Five years later, she's getting a bachelor's degree in criminology.  Video story by Matt...

MAP: Over 100 St. Louis-area restaurants offering curbside and delivery services

If you're hungry, we know just the place(s).  Yeah, isolation sucks. But that doesn't mean you have to stay away from your favorite eats. The...

Amy Shaw named CEO and president of the Nine Network

Webster School of Communicstions advisory board member Amy Shaw has worked at the Nine Network for 17 years. Now, she's the network's first female...

Webster student creates trivia club

Roman Kozelov has played trivia for over 20 years. His passion for the game led him to create a trivia club on campus.  Webster student...

Back to Our Roots exhibit goes on display

Back to Our Roots opened for the public on Feb. 21. Artworks ranged from paintings to poetry, virtual reality experiences to films. Students have...

Webster senior sculpts work based on blindness

Webster senior Amy Travis sculpts a piece on blindness after being inspired by body language.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFdRy9vS9uk&feature=youtu.be

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