Saturday, April 10, 2021

‘Out There’ Wear: Students show off strange fashion

By Andrea Sisney When Shaunise Frazier talks about her roommate to other Webster University students, the reaction is almost always the same. “Normally when I describe...

RA, student is expectant mother

When Xavier Garcia found out his daughter, Angie Garcia, was pregnant seven months ago, he was so disappointed he wouldn’t talk to her for two weeks

Students enter photos in annual contest

Cara Longo, a senior photography major, looked at her collection of photographs, all potential entries for the Juried Show. As she made her final...

VIDEO: Gorlok goes green

Students in Free Enterprise constructed a plastic bottle Gorlok on Sunday, Nov. 14 on the Quad.

Business offer student discounts

There are many advantages to having a Webster I.D. Off campus, there are many places to receive discounts and special offers. Five Webster Groves businesses have offers to save students some cash.

Cameras and Cut Ups

“No Strings Attached” provokes laughs, tears, predictability

Wellness at Webster

A smiling Don Morris sits in his office reflecting on his last year. He’s brimming with confidence as he talks about his recent achievements, and why he decided to undertake them.

Performing Prisoners: Conservatory alumnus prepares incarcerated for life after prison

Webster University alumnus Matt Wallace uses an unconventional method to rehabilitate inmates at the Luther Luckett Correctional Complex in Lagrange, Kentucky — he uses the works of William Shakespeare.

Alumna named Missouri lawyer of the year

Lorenz-Moser, a Webster 1997 alumna, was meeting with a victim of domestic violence who murdered her abuser. The call was from Missouri Lawyer’s Weekly to tell her she is the 2010 Missouri Lawyer of the Year.

Cameras and Cut Ups: “The Green Hornet” brings hype, lacks substance

The Green Hornet is a character that many remember and few actually know. Since his beginning on the radio by creator George W. Trendle, fans have been riding along with him and his accomplice Kato as they try to fight crime in their own way. As a movie, The Green Hornet’s story could have found success.

Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.: Students march, celebrate the 25th national holiday

Students celebrated Martin Luther King Day on Webster University’s campus by marching and reading the famous “I Have a Dream” speech.

Art class on the Decadence period explores life in decay

Professor Brad Loudenback teaches an eight-week art course on the Decadence movement.

Cancer-free professor takes it ‘a day at a time’

Adjunct education professor, Marilyn Miller, has been cancer-free for six years and takes it one day at a time.

New residential hall director takes position

Megan Wetzel is the new director of East and West Halls and is deaf.

Blockbuster Blunders: “The Alligator People”

“The Alligator People” is one of the better Blockuster Blunders. It was charming and silly, but smart in its own right.

May Gallery photographer gets creative

Local photographer and Webster alumni, Sarah Carmody, has her work on display in the May Gallery.