Wednesday, October 5, 2022
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...

Niel DeVasto: Grandfather of the Gorloks

Outgoing Sports Information Director Niel DeVasto has spent his professional life dedicated to Webster University. He helped start Webster's athletic program and form the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

Student describes Thailand with three words

Study abroad student Macy Salama talks about her first impressions of Thailand.

‘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.

Battling narcolepsy with nutrition

Webster University student Charissa Martin considered herself the “always-sick, never-feels-good” girl who normally took around six medications at once. But after adopting a gluten-free diet as a way to combat her narcolepsy, she has seen a huge improvement in her day-to-day life.

The St. Louis “Ripper” connection

Could Jack the Ripper have died in St. Louis? Dr. Francis Tumblety, a suspect in the murders, did. Webster University graduate student Michael Sandknop is looking into the connection as well as the evidence in his upcoming documentary.

Tiny house, big living

Webster University student Meghan Panu wanted to learn what it is like to live small. She seeks to learn by constructing her own small, mobile house with a lot of support.

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.

Alum starts Jimmy John’s franchise

Torrey Woodcock opened a Jimmy John's in Sullivan, Mo., making it the fourth Jimmy John's location since he started his own franchise.

Fertility experiences inspire alumna’s new film

When alumna Zoe Kennison was told by a doctor that it was a woman's duty to have children, this inspired her to create a film that tackles the experiences and pressures on women regarding parenthood.

Webster Groves’ Michael Girsch looks to build Cardinals championship team

After 12 years in the Cardinals organization, Webster Groves resident Michael Girsch has worked his way up to General Manager. He looks to make improvements to the Cardinals in his first offseason on the job.

Rolling Ridge Nursery grows from deep family roots

With the craze of the spring crowd, the garden team at Rolling Ridge Nursery is sticking to what they know: history, flowers and family.

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...

Keeping up with “Keeping Busy”

Cydney Lucio became a YouTube personality after a video she was in went viral over two years ago. Now operating her own channel, Lucio is setting an example of confidence for her young followers.

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...

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.