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Vice chair of the board of trustees dies

Story by Kenya Rosabal Jack Galmiche will be remembered by students and faculty after years of service to Webster's School of Communications. John “Jack” Galmiche III committed...

Columbine 20-year anniversary sparks policy conversation

Since Columbine, there have been 238 incidents of gun violence on school campuses, according to data collected by the Washington Post. More than 226,000...

Trump proposes budget to cut loan forgiveness for teachers

Teachers would be on their own to pay their student loans. The cut would leave teachers and public servants with $45 billion in debt...

Merger would change population and voting

St. Louis City’s population would go from 62nd highest in the country to 10th highest if Better Together’s proposal passes in 2020. The actual...

Taxation led to original St. Louis City and County divide

Story written by Kenya Rosabal St. Louis City and County have been separate entities for more than 14 decades. This could all change in a...

Sodexo employees demand higher wages

One Sodexo employee worked in custodial services for twelve years and still only made $11 an hour. One Sodexo employee did not want to release...

St. Louis celebrates Mardi Gras in Soulard

Photos from the second largest Mardi Gras celebration in the country. Photos and story by Mandy Wyatt. Thousands flocked to Soulard on Saturday, March 2 for...

United Methodist Church refuses full LGBTQ inclusion in the church

Methodist Church members from around the world traveled to St. Louis to witness this historic vote. The United Methodist Church (UMC) voted to bar LGBTQ...

Webster leads in diverse enrollment

Webster is one of few St. Louis area colleges whose percentage of white students is less than half of students enrolled. Diverse Issues in Higher...

Missouri left with few abortion options

Editor’s note: Due to the current political climate surrounding abortion and out of respect for our sources, The Journal has given a source an...

Webster Groves mayor criticizes proposed St. Louis city-county merger

Supporters of a St. Louis City-County merger released a report on Jan. 29 outlining their plan to reunite the city and the county. St....

Government shutdown affects Gateway Arch student visitors

Webster graduate students Ola Ugobo and Raphael Thorpe planned to visit the Gateway Arch during winter break but were unable to due to the...

Homeless college students seek shelter in extreme cold

*Due to the request of Covenant House and respect of privacy, The Journal has given alternative names to residents of the shelter. The polar...

Webster student participates in annual Turkey Day Run

Mark Spewark has ran in the race since he was seven-years-old. He now prepares himself and his clients to run each Thanksgiving.

Webster California campuses unaffected by fires

Webster University’s Los Angeles Air Force Base campus did not cancel classes because of the wildfires.

Transgender Day of Remembrance promotes education

Mourners paid their respects to the 22 transgender people who lost their lives in hate crimes last year.

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