Monday, April 12, 2021

St. Louis couples marry as an act of protest

Cupcakes and pride flags were passed out on the steps of St. Louis City Hall the week of Oct. 12. Lot's Wife Trans and...

Witchcraft gains popularity through TikTok

Throughout history, witches have turned to seclusion and faced being hunted and killed. Today, Gen Z has embraced witchcraft and is sharing their knowledge...

Webster student starts her own small business

Junior Kayla Calac has made $5,000 in the past five months from selling homemade products.  Junior Kayla Calac processed about 20 orders last week, and...

Local fitness retailer sees 392% increase in sales of exercise equipment during COVID-19

As fitness enthusiasts began to work out at home during the pandemic, Play It Again Sports saw a drastic increase in their sales of...

St. Louis streets torn by economic ruin and violence

Kendell McCline saw his dad murdered on the street in front his housing project. McCline said he would see a lot of shootings and killings before he decided to put up his own gun.

Former East St. Louis police chief combats gun violence

Michael Hubbard knows how a bullet sounds flying past his head. Despite any dangers he has faced, he loves his city of East St. Louis.

Missouri citizens debate gun accessibility

Missouri received an F rating in gun safety from the Gifford’s Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence. The center ranked Missouri the third worst state in...

“March for Our Lives” organizer’s friend shot two weeks into planning

One of the organizer's best friend was killed two weeks into the planning of the St. Louis "March for Our Lives." The shooting was what "hit the nail in the head."

Kirkwood City Hall Shooting Memorial in Pictures

Wednesday, Feb. 7 marked the 10 year anniversary of the Kirkwood City Hall Shooting, which left six public servants dead.

Webster University’s track and field teams get off to hot start

The Gorloks track team has started off with a streak of new records over the past two weeks. The men and women’s team just...

City of Kirkwood remembers and reflects on shooting 10 years later

Charles Lee Thornton went on a shooting spree at the Kirkwood City Hall on Feb. 7, 2008, leaving six dead. The city will gather to remember the victims 10 years later.

Greenville downs Gorloks for first conference loss

Webster came into their rematch against Greenville College 9-0, they left with their first conference loss of the season.

Delta Phi Epsilon hosts body positivity week

Hundreds of sticky notes with positive messages hung from the wall in the University Center.

Poet Freeman Word leads workshop on campus

The workshop emphasized the importance of truth and connecting with oneself.

BBB warns students of spring break scams

With spring break right around the corner, the Better Business Bureau is working to make sure college students are aware of the risk that comes with booking a trip through untrustworthy resources.

Webster class washes away their senses at FLOAT STL

Lying down in a closed tank of water in silence for 90 minutes is the basis of what local FLOAT STL does. However, its salted water has become a popular mainstay for the way it relieves tension and relaxes the body and mind.

Japanese School celebrates new year

The sound of drums kicked off the new year celebration held by the St. Louis Japanese Language School in Grant Gym Saturday, January 21.