Wednesday, March 29, 2023

St. Louis pizzerias compete head-to-head at Battle of the Slices

Event organizer Emily Tintera helped put together a competition between local pizza institutions. “We just feel like there’s so many amazing pizza places in St....

Webster alumna publishes viral novel

Once former journalist and Webster Alumna Michelle Oyola logs on to Wattpad as Shelly X. Leonn, she writes paranormal fiction about traumatized teenagers exploring...

Visiting Bulgarian artists display work in Hunt Gallery

The Consulate General of Bulgaria visits Hunt Gallery during opening. Seven visiting Bulgarian student artists had their work featured in the gallery.

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.

Curiosity kept the cat alive

Bob Dotson has never really grown up, at least that’s how he feels. Most of the time, he feels like a curious 17-year-old with...

Student plans to launch fraternity at Webster

A senior at Webster, Steward Stiles, wants to start the first successful fraternity at Webster University through dedication.

Fighting cancer, one beanie at a time

Love Your Melon public relations representative, Webster University sophomore Lauren Schertz, said she and other students want to make an impact in the lives of those battling cancer.

‘One Brick Shy’ series built with Webster University connections

A web series by three Webster alums has allowed the women behind it a chance to build their friendship creatively, brick by brick. Jenna McDonald,...

‘Whose Streets?’ producer explores racial injustice through film

In his film, Damon Davis depicts events following the death of Michael Brown from the perspective of Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists. 'Whose Streets?' gives insight about the "black experience" during this time and in the years that followed.

New coffee shop opens in Maplewood

Olivia Medina, 29, has loved coffee since discovering caramel macchiatos as a teen. Her new business, C. Oliver Coffee + Flower Bar, allowed her...

May Gallery photographer gets creative

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

Chess team member Wesley So thinks of life as a chess board

Westly So became the eighth youngest grandmaster in history at the age of 14. So makes connections between the chess board and everyday situations.

The band Dots Not Feathers will reveal its new sound at the Firebird

Dots Not Feathers will reveal its new sound at the Firebird tonight. The band is in the process of recording a new album.

Webster University students forgo travel plans, spend Thanksgiving away from families

Webster opts for a longer fall break instead of Thanksgiving break, forcing students to miss the holiday with their family. While some students prefer the week-long fall break, others want more than a two-day break from classes for Thanksgiving.

AUDIO: Alash ensemble of Tuvan throat singers performs at Webster

Alash ensemble shares ancient singing technique of Tuvan throat singing. Tuvan throat singers can sing up to four pitches at one time.