Wafaa Abu Elula journeys from refugee camp in Syria to Webster Groves (Featured in USA Today College) -Webster University student Wafaa Abu Elula is a Palestinian Syrian from Damascus, who felt the shaking of bombs being dropped around her home as civil war was breaking out.
Alumnus Maarten de Boer finds success as a celebrity photographer - Despite majoring in special education, Webster University alumnus Maarten de Boer found a passion for the camera. His career as an in-demand celebrity photographer earned him the Distinguished Alumni Award.
Former student Gabriel Violett successfully auditions for The Voice - Seventh time was the charm for Gabriel Violett, who managed to turn two chair around during his audition for the hit NBC show The Voice. Violett is the brother of director of student engagement Jennifer Stewart.
Lee spikes student interests - Filmmaker Spike Lee took the stage at Webster University's Loretto-Hilton Center to talk about his career and the racial tensions in Ferguson, Mo and Chicago, Il.
WU students embrace their bisexuality - Kayley Withers, Ellie Duff, Erin Coleman and Scott Lunte were growing up in different environments when they identified as bisexual.
Conservatory receives 'Big Love' in Cuba - Webster University's Conservatory of Theatre Arts performed three nights of the Havana Theatre Festival in Havana, Cuba. However, they had to make the stage they needed out of what they could find on the streets of Havana.