Winifred Moore Auditorium used to be called the Chapel of All Saints and was the location of daily Mass and various ceremonies.
In 1973, the space was renovated and the religious accoutrements relocated around campus, sold, or given away. Many of the pews were sold to alumni for $50.00 apiece. The chapel was renamed Winifred Moore Auditorium after it was renovated with gifts from Winifred W. Rogers and Elizabeth D. Hyatt in memory of their mother and grandmother, Winifred Moore.
Winifred Moore is now used as one of the main locations on the Webster Groves Campus for concerts, film screenings, lectures and other large events
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The film was moving and very thought provoking. I will most likely watch it again to more fully comprehend the significance of the issues. The venue was great.
This was a wonderful film and I'm thankful your program brought it to St. Louis. Try selling tickets in advance next time because I bet the attendance would've been better if people had purchased prior to the show.
It was awesome! I had no idea about the murders and the Conspiracies of the government. Also I didn't realize the many contributions the Black Panthers made to the community.
This was a fantastic concert! The students really outdid themselves. The soloists (vocal and instrumental) were terrific and the blend of the chorals was really great. My only complaint might be that whenever the brass section (and there is a LOT of brass in the Jazz Collective) is playing, they drown out the singers. This was the case last year, too. But overall, the concert was a joy!
Really engaging event! The directors were warm, open, very interesting speakers. Wonderful opportunity to experience world renowned artists and learn about their culture
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