Thursday, March 30, 2023

VIDEO: Webster University student Jim Miles releases seven albums in seven months

Senior computer science major Jim Miles uses mostly his laptop and a keyboard to record his music. Influenced by artists of the 1960s and '70s, Miles has released a new album digitally on the first of each month since May 2012.

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.

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.

Trash to cash

Webster’s recycled materials travel from Webster Groves to north St. Louis, prepped for sale.

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.

Webster Groves City Council approves 1st and 2nd Reading of Ordinance 8753 despite objections...

After three postponements, Ordinance 8753 moved forward at Webster Groves City Council meeting. The ordinance outlines the possible sale or lease of Eden's property to 10 vendors including Webster University.

AUDIO: Alash ensemble of Tuvan throat singers performs at Webster

Alash ensemble shares ancient singing technique of Tuvan throat singing. Tuvan throat singers can sing up to four pitches at one time.

AUDIO: Hip-hop cultural specialist teaches workshop, performs at Webster

Hip hop artist Toni Blackman taught students how to conquer their fears while performing spoken word poetry during her 'I Rhyme Like a Girl' workshop on March 28.

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.

VIDEO: Westboro Baptist protest at Clayton High School

Counter-protesters from schools in the St. Louis area gathered in front of Clayton High School as Westboro Baptist protested the school's practices.

VIDEO: St. Louis welcomes home war heroes, remembers fallen soldiers

Parents and friends remember together the hardships and trials of loved ones who serve in the military.

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,”...