Monday, February 6, 2023

Students in distress: broken ceilings, shelves and stoves

Webster student Parker-Jesse Spearmon began living on campus in early July. After leaving his apartment during router installation, he thought he would return to...

‘Vietnam: At War & At Home’ opens Nov. 11 at Soldiers Memorial Military Museum

Soldiers Memorial Military Museum, operated by the Missouri Historical Society in downtown St. Louis, is preparing to unveil its latest exhibit to open on...

Nov. 8 preview: “Local politics really can affect someone’s life”

After a year of tug-of-war in the United States, the points of battle in politics have come to a head as the midterm elections...

Webster University School of Education receives Frank Murray Award

The Webster University School of Education was recently acknowledged for excellence with a 2022 Frank Murray Award from the Council for the Accreditation of...

Audio Engineering Society hosts free concert series

The Audio Engineering Society (AES) held its first concert of the fall semester on Friday, Sept. 30. Performers included Tryptamind, Skunk and headliner Blond...

Four films by Webster alumni featured in Haunted Garage Film Festival

The second annual Haunted Garage Film Festival took place Oct. 7 to 9 at the Westport Playhouse. The festival provided a space for filmmakers...

Alumna Courtney Stewart discusses receiving 2022 Loretto Award

Webster School of Communications alumna Courtney Stewart recently received the university’s 2022 Loretto Award in recognition of her service to humanity and social justice. Stewart,...

Court dismisses NAACP lawsuit on voter ID law

This afternoon, the Missouri Secretary of State's office announced that the Circuit Court in Cole County dismissed the lawsuit against a new voter ID...

Webster alum featured in Kooyumjian Gallery

On Friday, Sept. 30, Webster University alum Kholood Eid hosted her Gallery Talk in the newly renovated Kooyumjian Gallery. Located on the second floor...

‘Where Were You in ’72?’ opens

At Webster’s homecoming last year, Cecille R. Hunt Gallery Director Jeffrey Hughes reminisced about the past with past Webster student, Vintage Vinyl owner and...

Students take hands-on learning to new level with self-made film

“You never listened, now you will,'' were the terrifying words from the mind of Gleich Honors College freshman Greyson Miles. Miles takes control of his...

Green Day’s ‘American Idiot’ to make its Sargent Conservatory debut

Green Day’s “American Idiot” will make its debut on the Loretto-Hilton stage this week as the season opener for the Sargent Conservatory of Theatre...

‘Dine & Discuss’ at Cyrano’s Cafe shines light on Webster Groves

In a colorfully-decorated and sunlit room at Cyrano’s Cafe, nature enthusiasts and Webster Groves locals enjoyed a Friday lunch while chatting about all things...

Students allege ‘filthy’ apartments on campus, demand answers

On the night before moving in this fall semester, Webster students finished packing, rushed to the store to complete last-minute errands and tried to...

Brief: COVID vaccine no longer required for Webster students

Webster University is no longer requiring the COVID-19 vaccination for all students. This decision was announced July 29 via email from the COVID-19 Task...

Webster professor & local museum team up for movie showing at Winifred-Moore Auditorium

Webster University history professor Warren Rosenblum hosted the first part of a two-part film series in the Winifred-Moore Auditorium on Thursday, Sept. 8. The...