Monday, May 16, 2022

Rolling Ridge Nursery grows from deep family roots

With the craze of the spring crowd, the garden team at Rolling Ridge Nursery is sticking to what they know: history, flowers and family.

AUDIO:Student recites personal poem at African American Read-In

This year’s African American Read-in inspired one student leader to present her own literature as well as her favorite poets.

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...

Beyond Webster – George Herbert-Walker III makes life-long friendships through contributions

Walker donated over $10 million to Webster in the early 2000s, and continues his relationships with people of Webster to this day.

Local Elementary Students Pull “Wagon Train of Food” to Fight Hunger

Second-and-third-graders from The college School delivered over 3,000 nonperishable food items to Emmanuel Episcopal Food Ministry on Nov. 19. The sun was shining. The...

Professor publishes book on LGBTQ+ relationships

Webster adjunct professor Andrea Miller explores the relationships of gender and sexual minorities, that are not often researched, in a newly released book. In...

Community Music School turns 90

One St. Louis piano teacher’s vision paved the way for the Community Music School (CMS) at Webster University, which is celebrating its ninetieth anniversary.

Food Network features Roadhouse on travel show

"Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" host Guy Fieri visits Webster Groves restaurant to film Food Network show.

Brief: Trixie Mattel comedy show canceled

Webster University is working to reschedule Trixie Mattel's visit, but a new date has not been released. Trixie Mattel was scheduled to perform a  night...

Veteran combats PTSD with tattoos

The U.S Air Force discharged Robin Ricca in 1988 after she filed a sexual assault claim. Almost 30 years later, Ricca said she began contemplating how her tattoos helped her cope.

‘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...

It’s all Greek to Paul Badsios

Sodexo Worker Pavlos Badsios has worked for Webster for six years and is known for his catchphrase "Opa!"

Webster community expresses themselves through face coverings

Whether supporting sports teams, displaying school pride or creating coordinated outfits, students and staff at Webster University are finding ways to get creative with...

Mad Art Gallery displays Webster students’ work

WAC sponsors art gallery show featuring 37 Webster students.

Photojournalist Elizabeth L. Gilbert showcases photos in Webster University’s May Gallery of Africa’s conflict,...

Photojournalist Elizabeth L. Gilbert abandoned a publicized career in a crazed effort to photograph as many African tribes as possible before aspects of their culture deteriorated.

‘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.