Thursday, October 21, 2021

Animation major explores as many art forms as possible while attending Webster

Since coming to Webster, animation major Hannah Harms has learned to see her art in a new way. Hannah Harms doesn’t want to hold...
Jim Singer sits in the studio

K-SHE legend shares his expertise with students

School of Communications student media coordinator Jim Singer found his passion for radio at a young age. He wants to help the next generation...

From student to chief of staff: Webster alumna’s journey in the Missouri state Capitol

When Megan Price met Missouri State Senator Jill Schupp back in 2017, she was a “total fangirl.” Now, she serves as Schupp's chief of...

Webster University Conservatives’ president aims to help others with his work

Whether helping to give conservative students a voice on campus or working to become a motivational speaker, Webster Senior Vincent Fedorko wants to positively...

College Democrats’ president urges students to get involved

Kaleigh Finney pushed the Webster University College Democrats to stay involved on campus despite COVID-19, according to Webster student John Wallis. Senior history major Kaleigh...

Webster student pursues career in medicine during COVID-19

Senior biological sciences major Lauren Coleman's dream is to enter the medical field. Her journey to this goal has taken her from the Galapagos...

Colombian student’s love of learning takes her around the globe

Luisa Mercado earned a full ride scholarship to Webster in 2013. Now in her senior year, she hopes to start her masters degree in Saudi Arabia.

Former mayor of Kirkwood Arthur McDonnell recalls victims, community adversity in the wake of...

Art McDonnell continues his life despite the tragedy he lived through. Even so, he remembers the victims he knew personally.

Reporter Todd Smith’s scars will never heal after Kirkwood shooting

Todd Smith survived being shot during the Kirkwood City Council shooting in 2008. It was not the first shooting he survived.

Former Meacham Park resident dedicates herself to helping her community

Patricia Clark never allowed her busy schedule to stop her from being involved. She plans to work in her community and her church for many years to come.

Kirkwood pastor works to mend community relationship after City Hall shooting

Pastor David Bennett’s church has a slogan -- ‘The church has left the building.’ Bennett’s church opened its doors to the community 24 hours...

‘Life moves forward’ for family of officer slain in Kirkwood shooting

Kirkwood police officer Tom Ballman made the ultimate sacrifice for his community on Feb. 7, 2008.

Noor Tagouri encourages students to embrace uniqueness

Tagouri spent her early chlidhood rejecting her hijab. She now uses it to empower herself and others.

‘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.

Webster alumna embraces Black History Month through music

Alyssa Hegwood graduated from Webster University in May 2015. Now, she writes, produces and performs her music around the St. Louis area.

Tom Oates honored in traditional funeral at Webster Ghana campus

Despite not being buried in Ghana, the late Tom Oates received a traditional Ghanaian funeral for his services to the campus and the Webster community.