Saturday, November 27, 2021

PHOTOS: Protests across St. Louis advocate against racism

Juneteenth is recognized as the day the last enslaved persons were freed from Galveston, TX two years after the Emancipation Proclamation. This photo series...

COVID-19 affects Webster Groves, the first few weeks in photos

On March 11, Webster University announced all classes would move online until April 3 in response to the coronavirus outbreak. However, as the situation...

Student Liza Pequeño beats terminal cancer diagnosis, finds new life

Liza Pequeño's doctor told her she'd have a year to live. Five years later, she's getting a bachelor's degree in criminology.  Video story by Matt...

Webster senior sculpts work based on blindness

Webster senior Amy Travis sculpts a piece on blindness after being inspired by body language.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFdRy9vS9uk&feature=youtu.be

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...

May Gallery features work of photo critic Stephen Perloff

When Stephen Perloff looked out of his airplane window, he saw a blanket of clouds extending into the horizon. As the plane dipped below...

Webster Art Show showcases students’ past to present

Sophia Coon and Lillian Gardner are part of a team of fine arts students putting together an art show not just for art students,...

St. Louis pizzerias compete head-to-head at Battle of the Slices

Event organizer Emily Tintera helped put together a competition between local pizza institutions. “We just feel like there’s so many amazing pizza places in St....

Webster Wrap up:March 21

Administrators and staff take a furlough day, Sodexo employees threaten to strike over wages, and more on this edition of Webster Wrap Up. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/596115912"...

Professor impacts students with skateboard skills in and out of classroom

Terry Sullivan can shred it up with his brand new skateboard. It may be safe to say he is not your average college professor.

Webster Wrap Up: Feb. 21, 2019

A Webster archivist finds blackface in old yearbooks, a student pulls a fake gun and knife at a SGA meeting, and more on this edition of Webster Wrap Up.

Chinese New Year in photos

The Chinese New Year celebration included dances, songs and speeches.

Special project podcast: immigration in St. Louis

Matt Woods talks to Kristen Farrah, Hanna Holthaus and Christine Tannous about the Journal's next special project surrounding refugees and immigrants.

Webster weighs in: what are your thoughts on the midterm elections?

Matt Woods and Ryan Gines asked Webster students what they felt about the outcome of the midterm elections. Some students never made it to the polls.

Ex-convict finds new opportunity in tattooing

LT Woods thought he would never tattoo after his teenage years. Then it ended up saving his life.

Webster University’s renovated communication building nears completion

Webster professors hope the Sverdrup construction will soon near completion and allow students to work together in the new building.