Saturday, April 10, 2021

VIDEO: Sophomore Slam Poet Earns Standing Ovation at Spiterature

Sophomore David McDonald captivated the Spiterature audience and earned a standing ovation for his slam poetry performance.

Climbing Mont Blanc for Mason Gaddis

Zach Lovell gives a 15,782 foot memorial to his best friend, Mason Gaddis.

VIDEO: Katy Sullivan, Actress, Paralympic Athlete Wins Young Alumni Award

Alumna Katy Sullivan says she doesn't set herself limits.

Outstanding Offices

Take a look at three of the most unique spaces on campus.

VIDEO: Webster University Student Todd Telle Uses Ghost Hunting to Help People

Todd Telle's lifetime of paranormal experiences drove him to join a ghost hunting group.

VIDEO: Dancing in the Street Festival in St. Louis Hosts Two Webster University Performances

A nonstop cross-cultural mix of more than 85 dance performances took over Grand Blvd for the 5th annual Dancing in the Street Festival in St. Louis.

Traveling Tim

Student Timur Rakhimbayev has traveled to as many countries as years he's lived.

Thailand inspires alumnus to write books

Alumnus Thomas Rhoden writes book titled, "The Village."

Conservatory premieres “Top Girls”

The Webster University Conservatory Theatre of Arts starts its first show of the season, "Top Girls" on Sept. 28 in the Emerson Studio Theatre....

Jazz and blues ring through Old Webster

After recent deaths of two blues legends, Marquise Knox is looked at now more than ever to revive the genre.

Dorm room dishes

Craving a delicious desert? Here's a recipe you'll flip for.

VIDEO: Alumna returns to teach, dance the flamenco

Linsey Daman returns to Webster to show off her passion for flamenco.

Beyond borders

Artist and alumna Jillian Conrad uses suggestive sculptures to engage visitors.

Student guide to Webster’s galleries

Want your artwork on display? Here's a guide to help you do so on campus.

Whitney Gelnett, alumna, lands job at ‘Two and a Half Men’

When Whitney Gelnett traveled to LA with no job prospects, but landed job on the major TV show.

Music professors celebrate early 1960’s jazz

Music professors show why 1961 was a good year for jazz.