“I’m just amazed by how many people, even though they were wary of it, just threw on the blindfold and tried it,” Borah said. “I was really happy with how all of the people were just really enthusiastic and wanted to try it out.
Dr. Elizabeth Sausele, Dr. Lindsey Kingston and students traveled to Rwanda for two weeks as part of a human rights hybrid course. The group experienced the land and culture of the country including Azizi Life and the Kagali Genocide Memorial.
Students came dressed in their best 70s glam ready to dance as a tribute to their favorite artist David Bowie. From his 1977 sailor look to his iconic lightning bolt tattoo, Bowie was represented at the annual Art Prom hosted by the Webster University Art Department.
The President’s Office and The Departments of Diversity and Inclusion and Community Engagement presented The Critical Conversations Conference on Feb. 29-March 1. The Conference featured nationally recognized leaders in diversity and inclusion and several panel discussions promoting equality among administration, faculty and students in an ever-changing world.
In the spring of 2016, The Journal set out to create a gallery chronicling the different tattoos that students and employees at Webster have on their bodies. Every tattoo holds significant meaning to those that get ink, and The Journal wants their stories to be heard.
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