July 3, 2020

Author: The Journal


[caption id="attachment_54007" align="alignnone" width="747"] Counter-protester Alex Cummings blocks traffic during an anti-quarantine protest in front of the St. Louis County Offices in Clayton, MO on April 21, 2020. Cummings is…

At Risk COVID19

[caption id="attachment_53993" align="alignnone" width="763"] Fortunata and John Darmody wave from the front porch of their St. Louis home.[/caption] By Alex Darmody Logging on to any form of social media in…

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Studying abroad leads to culture shock for students

Webster offers a wide range of study abroad opportunities to its students. There are so many reasons that studying abroad may seem daunting to some: leaving your friends and family, moving to completely unfamiliar territory, language barriers, visas and finances. Others might be excited to thrive in a different environment, meet new people, benefit from campus-specific courses, and have a fresh start. For me, it was a bit of both.