Friday, January 27, 2023

Working for the wonderful world of Disney

Webster student Alice Mcgrath Andersen studies and works at dream job in Disney World.

Run for your life during the Zombie Survival Dash

Chad Weber starts the first ever Zombie Survival Dash, a 5k run where runners avoid "zombies" chasing them.

‘Equality and Pride’ coming out through poetry

In Fall 2012, Hart L’Ecuyer, a member of the LBGTQ community, transferred to Webster University to try to find himself at a place where he could be himself.

Review: ‘Deadpool’

Throughout the film, Ryan Reynolds’ self-referential Merc with a Mouth makes various jabs at the character’s botched portrayal in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Fans can...

Campus clubs share post-pandemic outlook

Emma Kramer is the president of operations for Delta Phi Epsilon and said participation was low during COVID-19. "I think we are all itching...

Lifestyle Spotlight: City of Parks makes Pointfest

Fenton-based pop-punk band City of Parks won the chance to perform at music festival Pointfest at Pop's Nightclub and Concert Venue. This will be the band's second year performing at the festival.

Photo critic A.D. Coleman speaks at May Gallery opening

The well-known photo critic spoke about his skepticism on how Robert Capa's D-Day photos managed to 'malfunction' in the dark room.

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 adjunct professor curates video art gallery

Headphones cover the floor of the Arcade Art Gallery at Webster’s Gateway campus. A compressed version of the Dire Straits song “Walk of Life”...

The District in Chesterfield wows as new entertainment venue

Bringing new life to Chesterfield, The District of St. Louis offers a unique combination of entertainment sure to capture all audiences, including the already-popular...

Webster Chamber Singers to back up Josh Groban

Josh Groban will be joined by the Webster University Chamber Singers when he comes to the Peabody Opera House on Oct. 19, 2015. The choral...

Webster professor discusses her journey with food in afterword of ‘Missouri Harvest’

Lori Diefenbacher, adjunct professor, wrote the afterword for Webster U. Press book ‘Missouri Harvest.’

Webster alumnus Eli Chi undergoes top surgery to further masculine transition

2010 Webster alumnus Eli Chi, a transgendered male, received top surgery on Nov. 29, 2012. The surgery helped Chi become more comfortable with his body. Before the surgery, Chi used bindings to help make his chest appear more flat.

Chamber Singers perform with Josh Groban

Backstage at the Peabody Opera House, the Webster University Chamber Singers stood in a room with eager anticipation.  They knew at any moment, a...

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....

Webster Groves shop owner mingles with the stars

Jean Scholtes said it was surreal to get the call inviting her to attend a pre-Emmy Awards celebrity gift lounge for charity, but she...