Thursday, October 21, 2021

PHOTO SLIDESHOW: Q&A: August Stamper discusses her transformation into Alice

Q: How did you prepare yourself to become Alice? A: Before the show, I’ll get there a little early and warm up my voice...

The Confucius Institute celebrates Chinese Near Year

The Confucius Institute celebrated this year's Chinese New Year with a speech from a Chinese-American writer and heavy metal musician and musical performances by the St. Louis Language Immersion School.

Lifestyle Spotlight: City of Parks makes Pointfest

Fenton-based pop-punk band City of Parks won the chance to perform at music festival Pointfest at Pop's Nightclub and Concert Venue. This will be the band's second year performing at the festival.

DOCUMENT: University, seminary file suit against City of Webster Groves

Webster University and Eden Theological Seminary filed suit against the City of Webster Groves on Wednesday, Sept. 18.

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.

VIDEO: Feminist Collective champions women’s ideals

Students start feminist club to show that anyone can be a feminist.

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...

Webster’s soccer club shows multicultural diversity

At Webster University, the Socceroos are not to be confused with the Australian National football team. Instead, it is another name for The Webster International Soccer Club.

Webster Dances Through the Decades

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VIDEO: Women’s soccer falls 2-1 to Principia in battle of first-place teams

Principia College got the best of the Webster women's soccer team in their Oct. 22 matchup. The Panthers have now defeated the Gorloks in three straight contests.

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...

Arm surgery is no longer a setback for Webster pitchers

Three Webster University pitchers lead the staff after major arm surgery benched them for the entire 2012 and part of the 2013 season. With health on their side a SLIAC Pitcher of the Year award and conference championship are the next fights.

VIDEO: Pizza and Politics: An Outlet for Political Discussion

A very small crowd of students and community members voice their opinions on political subjects at the Holden Public Policy Forum event Pizza and Politics.

Delta Phi Epsilon hosts body positivity week

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

Webster counselor uses yoga to combat trauma

Gladys Smith, Webster University's counselor, implements yoga to help those who suffer from PTSD and have been victims of sexual assault.

VIDEO: First Fall Semester Humans vs. Zombies Game Largest In Webster History

Wearing bandannas and armed with NERF guns and socks, over 150 students gave new meaning to what it means to be a human for a week at Webster University.