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Nick Dunne discusses the pro’s and con’s of Kit Bond’s impending visit to Webster University.
Spring weather makes it easy to slack off or tire out. Don’t let those final weeks slip by.
The Journal talks about the newest addition to the Webster University administrative family.
Students should stay involved and active in their community. The Journal supports Webster students and their continuing desire to protest.
Webster University announced this week that former Missouri Republican senator Kit Bond would deliver the commencement address at the 2011 graduation ceremonies for Webster. Bond, who served two terms as…
In the Feb. 17 issue of The Journal the second edition of a three-part in-house ad campaign, “Help Us Cover the Student Body,” appeared on page nine. This ad featured three women covered only in The Journal newspapers. Four readers have responded strongly to the advertisement.
In the past few weeks The Journal has received some not-so-pleasant responses on our article “Webster Groves residents fight university expansion.” Well, we have one question for Webster Groves residents:…
The Journal would like to clarify its policy of the in-house ads that appear in our publication. Recently, complaints were lodged regarding the “Student body coverage” in-house ad that appeared…
The saying goes that the first time something happens it’s chance, the second time it’s coincidence and the third time it’s conspiracy.
The recent explosion of democracy-flavored protests across the Middle East has been cause for pause over the last several weeks. As media outlets worldwide fight for the most in-depth coverage of the movements in Tunisia, or more recently, Egypt, an interesting question about media coverage is being posed.
The end of the world has come … or at least that’s what the weathermen would have had us believe during the storm of a lifetime — “snopocalypse.” However, once The Journal staff got close to campus we wondered, “What’s the big deal?”
Social media is a phrase invented and implemented since the inception of websites like MySpace and AOL instant messenger over 10 years ago. But it wasn’t until the juggernaut of Facebook and even more recently, Twitter, that we began to understand what it truly meant.
“The Rite” starts out with great promise, but it ends with little payoff.