Friday, December 3, 2021

A “warrior of faith”

Webster University graduate student Audriana Smith was having trouble finding a job she was passionate about after her undergraduate studies in broadcasting. Smith, a devout Christian, prayed that God would help her find her way.

A radical educational change

Webster University senior Jesse Smith joins St. Louis student organization for progressive students, which seeks to make changes in the education system.

Tattoos of Webster

In the spring of 2016, The Journal set out to create a gallery chronicling the different tattoos that students and employees at Webster have on their bodies. Every tattoo holds significant meaning to those that get ink, and The Journal wants their stories to be heard.

An ‘Open Wound’ that keeps on bleeding

Author Vicken Cheterian discusses the aftermath of the Armenian Genocide of 1915 in his new book, "Open Wounds."

Webster holds annual Gorlok Gala

Webster University held the eighteenth annual Gorlok Gala during the weekend of Jan. 29. The forensics and debate tournament welcomed 41 schools from 20 states for a competitive, educational and social forensic experiences.

Fighting cancer, one beanie at a time

Love Your Melon public relations representative, Webster University sophomore Lauren Schertz, said she and other students want to make an impact in the lives of those battling cancer.

10 years after the storm

The night before Hurricane Katrina hit the southern United States in 2005, journalist Jarvis DeBerry joined his colleagues in the building of the New...

Webster students and faculty celebrate the Chinese New Year

Webster’s Confucius Institute hosted a celebration of Chinese culture for the seventh year in Sunnen Lounge Feb. 12 to commemorate the Chinese New Year.

Lifestyle Spotlight: Webster club teaches self defense

Webster University students Timotius Gunawan, Dalton Edwards and Christopher Austin share one belief: everyone should learn how to defend themselves. They are currently teaching others to do this through their new organization, the Webster Self-Defense Club.

Crowd-funding the road to stardom

Webster University Conservatory of Theatre Arts seniors turn to GoFundMe to help pay to attend Los Angeles showcase.

‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ come true

Webster University graduate Caroline Amos’ dream came true when, after graduating from college, she was cast as Hamlet in Hamlet and Puck in A...

Lost in the City of Parks

The four members of pop-punk band City of Parks remember performing their first gig for 10 people when they formed. Halfway through their first...

SLIDESHOW: Webster ‘dances through the decades’ at Centennial formal

What started as an intimate gathering with a duo on the dancefloor soon became a party filled with life and movement at the Centennial...

Conservatory student gets biggest role in Dogfight

The curtains draw back in the Emerson Studio Theater as the crowd becomes silent in anticipation of the performance they will witness. One of the...

Pixar goes prehistoric

Webster University animation majors asked Pixar Animation Studios effects artist Michael O’Brien what a studio like the animation giant was looking for in a...

PHOTO: A ghostly night of gambling

All bets were off as the ghouls and goblins of Webster University met up at the University Center to show off their costumes and...