Saturday, April 10, 2021

Student describes Thailand with three words

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

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...

Art as a comfort space

After serving in the Army infantry, Webster University senior Riley Williams is still fighting, but this time through a different form: art. His artwork is inspired by a politically darker meaning than the bright colors that meet the eye.

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.

Webster alumna and author Patricia McKissack dies at 72

Patricia McKissack dedicated her life to writing children's stories centered around African-American history and folklore along with her husband Fredrick L. McKissack.

Students help recreate Beatles rooftop concert

The Beatles tribute band, Abbey Road Warriors, plays classics on the library’s rooftop patio for the 45th anniversary of the Jan. 30, 1969 rooftop concert.

‘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.

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...

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.

Warm weather ushers in mushroom season

Springtime is morel mushroom season in Missouri. Mushroom hunters discuss tips and tricks to finding them, the morel variety specifically.

House fire sparks student’s passion for photography

Sophomore photography major Gabrielle Deimeke always loved taking pictures as a child, but after a house fire destroyed nearly all her family’s photographs, her love for photography ignited into a passion.

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...

Daughter and father share the stage

Senior acting major Austen Danielle Bohmer was born into the world of theatre. Both of her parents work in the industry – more specifically, Broadway – so she spent a lot of time in theatres growing up. But theatre is not the only thing she has in common with her parents: attending Webster University runs in the family, too.

Alum serves country, non-profit and family

Tony Bryan fathered his first child, Nolan, when he was 15 and failed three semesters of college. But graduated from Webster with an MBA, married his high school sweetheart and helped found one of the most successful veteran-focused non-profits in the United States.

Alumnus Maarten de Boer finds success as a celebrity photographer

Despite majoring in special education, Webster University alumnus Maarten de Boer found a passion for the camera. His career as an in-demand celebrity photographer earned him the Distinguished Alumni Award.