Monday, May 17, 2021

From voice memos to EPs, student Keshon Duke has grown as an artist

Keshon Duke taught himself how to play bass and drums in middle school. Now he has released an EP titled "love letter." In one of...

Webster Groves restaurants find ways to adapt in spite of pandemic

Ghost kitchens. Delivery service. Curbside services. These are just some ways restaurant owners have had to get creative in the face of the COVID-19...

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...

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...

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...

Shrewsbury local hosts park party to bring community together

Caitlyn Reynolds knew something had to be done for local businesses during the COVID-19 shutdowns. Her solution? Park parties. On Saturday, Sept. 25,  Caitlin Reynolds...

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

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 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’s iFest brings diversity ‘under one roof’

Webster's annual iFest brings the international cultures of Webster's students in one room.

Moms Demand Action fights for stricter gun laws in Missouri

Erica Jones’s daughter was murdered in a drive-by shooting. Then she took a stand against gun violence.

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.