Tuesday, February 7, 2023

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 assistant professor Lisa Brunette releases new app “Sender Unknown: Into the Woods”

Lisa Brunette writes and releases new "text based adventure" app to positive reviews.

Professors, students voice opinions on Ice Bucket Challenge

by Estevan Ruiz While it started out as a video challenge among a small group of people with the disease, The Ice Bucket Challenge has...

Maggie Hake: Living in Leiden

Having previously never left the U.S., a gorlok visits four countries in a month

Alex Wilking: Navigating the city of fog, ‘Tardiness does not even exist’

Finding a balance between studying and traveling

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.

SLIDESHOW: ‘The Mousetrap’ opens at Repertory Theatre

A wintery English night at the Monkswell Manor ends in murder and intrigue in the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis’ adaptation of Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap.”

Conservatory short on costume designers

Decrease in costume designers has left sophomore costume design major Ruth Tully with more mannequins than classmates

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.

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.

First international student graduates from Conservatory

Jaemin Shin, from Korea, will be the first international student to graduate from both the Dramaturgy program and the Conservatory.

‘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.

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.

Alex Wilking: Navigating the city of fog — London noise

Exploring the music of London

Webster graduate opens cat café

St. Louis entrepreneur and 2009 Webster University graduate Ben Triola gives coffee a furry twist with the opening of the Mauhaus Cat Café.

Student describes Thailand with three words

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