Thursday, October 21, 2021

Filmmaker goes from ‘Rising’ to ‘Retribution’

Webster University student and filmmaker David Kirkman was 16 when his family received a box of his great-grandfather’s DVDs after he passed away. The...

PHOTO: Halloween style on a budget

Halloween is quickly approaching, and Savers is helping people on a budget get in the spirit of the holiday. Savers is a national thrift store...

The Gateway Arch turns 50

Author Jim Merkel said the Gateway Arch in downtown St. Louis is a monument “just as good as the pyramids.” Oct. 28, 2015 will mark...

Sisters of Loretto discuss impact of pope’s visit

What resonated most with Webster University alumna and Loretto Community member Sister Sharon Kassing when Pope Francis visited the United States was simple: nearly...

Conservatory students to perform ‘Big Love’ in Havana, Cuba

Webster University student and actor Robert Riordan told his mom he was going to Cuba to perform with the Conservatory of Theatre Arts’ production...

Lee spikes student interests

A student asked filmmaker Spike Lee when he visited Webster University what people who were looking to make a difference in St. Louis could...

‘Bring them here’

St. Louis rally in University City gathers over 400 in support of bringing Syrian refugees not just to the United States, but to the...

WU students embrace their bisexuality

Kayley Withers, Ellie Duff, Erin Coleman and Scott Lunte were growing up in different environments when they identified as bisexual.

Springfest 2015: Q&A with A Great Big World

The Journal caught up with the musical duo to discuss their college years, their advice to music students and their excitement for playing at Webster on April 18.