June 25, 2016

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Webster College of Arts and Sciences Lecturer Andrea Miller leads one of her classes in Webster Hall. Miller works in sociology, human rights, women’s and gender studies and several other areas of the university. KAVAHN MANSOURI |The Journal
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Webster repeals sexual assault course requirement

Webster University will no longer require current undergraduates to participate in the university’s online sexual assault prevention course. The university will instead focus more on the participation of incoming students. Webster, by making it a requirement for all undergraduates, was going beyond the federal mandate making all U.S. colleges provide sexual assault prevention training for students.

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Webster College of Arts and Sciences Lecturer Andrea Miller leads one of her classes in Webster Hall. Miller works in sociology, human rights, women’s and gender studies and several other areas of the university. KAVAHN MANSOURI |The Journal
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EDITORIAL: Smoking ban vote is good for students

The Journal’s Editorial Staff is torn on whether Webster University should be a smoke-free campus. What is clear is that the decision to put the policy to a vote, allowing students to have the final say, was a well-thought-out idea from Student Life and the Student Government Association, and they should be commended for that.

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P!NG performance showcases student talents

Webster University’s P!NG: A Peforming Arts Collective produced its first show since receiving the approval to become an official club. After discussing at weekly meetings what the club’s first official event would be, the club decided to hold a cabaret titled “Great Expectations.”

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