Thursday, May 19, 2022

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...

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...

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...

VIDEO: The Ghost that Haunts Webster University’s Loretto Hall

Webster alumni and current employee Billy Ratz tells of his experiences with a ghost on the top floor of Loretto Hall.

VIDEO: Freshman Marissa Lewis stars for the Webster University women’s tennis team

Marissa Lewis is far from her Oklahoma home and twin sister, Mollie. But the Webster University freshman feels right at home on the tennis court, where she frustrates and dominates her opponents.

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...

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...

LaVena Johnson – The Silent Truth

By Dameena Cox (Webster Groves, MO – Nov. 12, 2010) LaVena Johnson was a 19 year old U.S. Army private from St. Louis.  She was...

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.

VIDEO: Asymmetrical Ear Gauges, Tattoos belong to Student Employee from Cleveland

It is estimated that 19% of people in the United States have some form of a piercing. Julian Williams is one of those 19 percent and has a very unique story on how they came to be.

VIDEO: Tattoos Believed to be Sinful, Show Bad Taste

Deja Randle is a devoted Christian who believes tattoos of crosses and Bible scriptures are wrong.

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 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...

VIDEO: A night at the opera: Webster’s Opera Scenes

Jean Huber of the music department hugged Emma Sorenson, junior vocal performance major, outside Nerinx Hall’s Heagney Theatre Sunday night. Sorenson performed in Webster...

VIDEO: King of the Quidditch pitch: Brandon McLaughlin is the Missouri Representative of the...

The blurb is "As the Missouri representative of the International Quidditch Association, Brandon McLaughlin, senior film production major, helps other schools start their own teams.

Tiny house, big living

Webster University student Meghan Panu wanted to learn what it is like to live small. She seeks to learn by constructing her own small, mobile house with a lot of support.