Monday, October 3, 2022

Eliot Wilde, freshman, continues love for guitar

Click to hear one of Eliot's songs Freshman Eliot Wilde started playing guitar through the Childbloom program at age five. “It wasn’t my decision to start,”...

AUDIO: Webster University students perform as part of the band The Thin Dimes

Webster students Nick Pence, Hannah Satterwhite, Kevin Cheli and Gabe Maichel are four-sixths of the blues/folk/jazz band The Thin Dimes. The other members are Nick Pence's brother, Nathan Pence, and Paul Rhodes. The Thin Dimes play together around St. Louis and Columbia, performing a mix of covers and original songs.

Webster community reflects on Peter Sargent’s impact

“Peter left a legacy, a precious gift we must preserve, nurture and grow,” President Julian Schuster said. “He defined art at Webster: flamboyant yet...

Politickin’ me off: Obama on gun reform

https://soundcloud.com/user937728827/politickin-me-off-gun-reform On the night of Nov. 26, 2012, I had just gotten off work at Chick-fil-A and was ordering a peppermint milkshake from my friend...

Audio: Students show solidarity with banned books at Banned Books Read-Out

Students wore T-shirts that read "I'm with the Banned" at the Banned Books Read-Out on the Quad Oct. 2.

PODCAST: Runner makes history for Webster University

Senior cross country runner Ethan Jeffries made history by becoming the first Webster runner to win a cross country meet. Also, find out how Webster Interim Director of Athletics Merry Graf is making the transition at her new job.

Podcast: Webster University Men’s Basketball misses mark against Missouri S&T

After the men's basketball team defeated the Fontbonne University Griffins, 78-60, the team was defeated by Division II school, Missouri Science and Technology. Find out how the Gorloks' game-plan faltered in the third loss of the season.

Webster soccer alumni game brings back Gorlok tradition at Soccer Park

The alumni of the Webster University men's soccer program remember playing there home games as early as 1985. The current gorlok team defeated the alumni team 6-5 but allowed all five goals in the second half.

MULTIMEDIA: Interfaith memorial celebrates diversity while remembering 9/11

Sunday night, Arts & Faith St. Louis held an event at the Sheldon Concert Hall to celebrating peace and diversity through music.

Late professor is guiding light for Theatre Department

Former Webster University Professor and Alumna Marita Woodruff’s 35-year-lamp and 25-year black chair were returned to Webster’s Conservatory of Theatre Arts department.

A look at Webster’s ‘Adorn Or Disfigure’ art show

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIpZAUMp7J8   Student David Pulphus has 7 art pieces at Webster's Student Art Show, Adorn Or Disfigure. One of his pieces talks about discrimination in society...

AUDIO: Former death row inmate Randy Stiedl speaks at Death Penalty Speaker Series

The mother of Reginald Clemons, a St. Louis man sentenced to death as an accomplice in the murder of two girls, maintains his innocence as she speaks at the Reggie Clemons Death Penalty Speaker Series at the Emerson Library Conference room on March 1.

Welcome back, Gorloks!

"It always makes me feel welcome. I feel more like I am home here." Students taking part in campus activities during their first week of...

A look at the International Friendship Program

Webster's International Friendship Program gives the community an opportunity to develop friendships with international students. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BnAM3PV8Qo

Deceased grandfather gives Aaron Griffin strength on the court

Aaron Griffin’s eyes met his grandfather’s in the crowd as he exited the huddle at the Dec. 20, 2013 game. It was the first...

Kavahn Mansouri vs. the world: Vegetarianism

Journal news editor Kavahn Mansouri takes on copy editor Hailey Kaufman on the topic of vegetarianism in the first round of Kavahn Mansouri vs. the world.