Saturday, May 21, 2022

Going through “The Grind”

Webster University student Max Friedman was one of 250 submitted short LGBTQ plays for the BRIEFS Festival. His play about love and the art of communication was one of those chosen and was directed by Conservatory assistant professor Gad Guterman.
Tabletop Role-playing Game Club to start podcast

Tabletop Role-playing Game Club to start podcast

The Tabletop Role-playing Game Club has gained new members and is now eyeing a spot on Webster's campus radio. By: Tanner Boyd Webster Freshman Jacob Harshaw...

Webster student Matthew Lesch feels the blues

A video game where gamers play a fake guitar inspired Webster University freshman Matthew Lesch to pick up a real one. That inspiration was the basis for a future in performing blues music around the St. Louis area.

Pulitzer Prize exhibit comes to St. Louis

Jody Sowell, director of exhibitions at the Missouri History Museum, started his tour of the exhibit “Pulitzer Prize Photos” with a quote from photojournalist...

Peter Sargent, founder of Conservatory, receives lifetime achievement award

Peter Sargent has dedicated his life to teaching design since he founded the Conservatory in 1967.

University hosts Garden Glow for centennial celebration

Susan Klein and Sherry Sullivan graduated with the class of 1994. They have been friends since their second day at Webster University, when they...

Webster student Fahima Band Ali fundraises for Afghan refugees

Fahima Band Ali said moving to the United States from another country is difficult. She immigrated to the U.S. in 2017 and is now...

Conservatory produces ‘Urinetown: The Musical’

"Urinetown: The Musical" ran from April 29 through May 3. COVID-19 caused challenges as the Conservatory prepared for the musical, but it also presented...

Webster Professor Van McElwee showcases abstract ‘Dream’ films

Webster Professor and abstract filmmaker Van McElwee exhibited his newest films “Dream Travel” and “Travel Dream” in an open lecture on Friday, Jan. 15.

Webster film graduate electrifies St. Louis with short film stardom

Maalik Shakoor produced and starred in a short film about one of his favorite African-American superheroes.

VIDEO: New Academic Building is Handicap Ready

Stairs, malfunctioning elevators, and longer routes are typical things handicap students at Webster University deal with on a daily bases. With the new academic building set to open, has the university made its new building handicap accessible?

‘A creature of dance’

After a career filled with pirouttes and plies, Alicia Graf Mack recently retired as lead dancer from the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre to...

Webster alumnis’ web series up for award

Webster alumnis' web series ‘Dealership’ against ‘Between Two Ferns’ and ‘Burning Love’ for LA Weekly's Best Web Series Award.

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...

A smashing good time

Webster University becomes the second school in St. Louis with an e-sports club, behind only Washington University.

HvZ’s plot involves Stroble and Schuster

Storyline of this semester's game of Humans vs. Zombies includes an election theme, splitting the humans into two teams.