Wednesday, May 5, 2021
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Canceled: ‘Music’ highlights issues with Sia’s ableism

Diversity includes disability, and if anyone says otherwise, it’s time for them to face the music. To the average onlooker, the controversy surrounding Sia’s new...

Biden’s stutter is not dementia and it’s definitely not a joke

In her first speech after the 2020 presidential election, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris introduced Joe Biden as “a man with a big heart.” In...

Kamala Harris is a prison abolitionist’s worst nightmare

Kamala Harris spent 27 years enforcing laws that target Black and brown communities through mass incarceration. These laws include the “three strikes law” implemented...

Stop buying clothes from brands that use sweatshops

Written by Kenya Rosabal Sweatshops are a factory or workshop, especially in the clothing industry, where workers are employed at very low wages for long...

A modern example of appeasement

Iran's nuclear program is a fire that needs to be extinguished.

Gun control works in Austria: Why can’t we make it work in America?

"Guns and Chocolate" makes me roll my eyes. Why is America like this?

OPINION: St. Louis-area food deserts clearly demonstrate systemic racism

So often we take for granted where our food comes from. If you live in South St. Louis County like I do, I’m betting...

What exactly is Delta-8-THC and is it safe to buy?

When it comes to legal highs, it is important for people to know what they are getting into. Dennis Caus is a student here who...

Why Facebook is not the social media for me anymore

Despite my hatred for Facebook, I find myself having to engage in order to maintain social networking, keep up with my family abroad and...

Three things I regret about my college experience

Make the most of your college experience, Gorloks. It’s over before you know it. College has been the best experience of my life. I didn’t...

It’s time to decolonize yoga

To my white friends who wish to continue practicing yoga, I encourage visiting the site DecolonizingYoga.com to learn specific methods on how to decolonize...

A sport of sorts: Should chess be considered a sport?

Assistant multimedia editor Joshua Coppenbarger and staff writer Andy Arb debate on whether or not chess qualifies as a "sport."
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Letter from the Editor: Please get vaccinated

With the availability of the vaccine, we urge you to please get vaccinated. Dear Students and Faculty at Webster University, As of April 19, COVID-19...

Anxiety is crushing our fellow students, let’s help each other

During times like these it can feel as if “nothing is getting better,” but at the end of the day, we do have each...

Beyond bourgeois politics: it’s time to organize

We have to organize to build a world beyond the limitations of bourgeois politics and capitalism. The election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris...

Nintendo’s battle royale games have pros and cons

Games with arcade-style mechanics encourage players to endure as long as possible to reach high scores, so the objective of survival naturally fits. Battle royales...

Veteran shares struggles in returning to individualistic society

We always say that we “miss the people,” and that is most certainly true. Yet, I find myself missing something else: I miss the...