March 19, 2018

Author: Carlos Restrepo

EVAN MUELLER / The Journal Emily Anderson, a junior international human rights major, holds a megaphone and leads chants in favor of the people of Burma at a march on campus April  7.
The Webster to Webster newsletter for the Spring semester.

Newsletter promotes community relations

Webster University began distributing a four-page newsletter to the Webster Groves community in 2004. The purpose was to encourage more communication and promote positive relationships between the two entities, said Barb Ehnes, director of media and community relations. Stroble also mentions the possible construction of a residence for her on campus.

David Wertheimer, a Webster Geneva communications major, speaks about his photo project on gender equality titled “Androgen,” in which he compares the physical qualities imposed by society on both males and females. Wertheimer was one of the presenters at the Swiss campus at the recent media conference on gender equality and women’s rights. - Carlos Restrepo
CAROLYN COLE / MCT Campus There were 16,000 inhabitants of the village of Minami-Sanriku before the Tsunami hit on March 15. More than half of them are still missing.
Senior Middle Eastern studies major Noelani Kelly has been belly dancing since she was 14, saying it promotes confidence for herself and women. - JOSHUA MAASSEN

VIDEO: Embodying a culture

Webster student Noelani Kelly, Middle Eastern studies major, makes a living belly dancing in different venues in St. Louis. Kelly said her dance empowers her as a woman and recommends others to try it.

Courtesy of Tim Harig/Tim Harig, an adjunct professor, and his wife and professor Nabila Harig, a native Tunisian, pose in Kairouan, a city in Tunisia, in 1999.
JOSHUA MAASSEN/ The Journal   Police and firefighters tend to the scene of the accident along Big Bend Blvd. in front of the music building at Webster University. Both drivers did not sustain severe injuries from the accident.