October 19, 2017


    MEGAN FAVIGNANO / The Journal
Julia Kalkbrenner writes “Yes I’m mixed. No I will not pick a side,” on a poster. The poster was stapled to a wooden stake and hammered into the quad with 73 other posters — all representing stereotypes students have experienced. The posters were part of LGBTQ Alliance and Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority’s event, Breaking Stereotypes held on Monday, Oct. 7.
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        Juanita Hibbett, 92, plays piano in her home on Catalina Avenue in Webster Groves. She has lived in her home since 1958. She sold her home to Webster University two years ago but still lives there rent-free.
        Rev. Al Schon of Peace United Church of Christ lights the candles of two vigil-goers at a prayer vigil on Monday, March 25 at the First Congregational Church of Webster Groves. People gathered that evening hoping the U.S. Supreme Court will allow more Americans to be in same-sex marriages. Schon has been in a relationship with his partner for 24 years. They married in 2008 when California passed legislation allowing same-sex marriages. Schon said he hopes same-sex couples will have the same rights as heterosexual couples. PHOTO BY BRITTANY RUESS