Sunday, February 28, 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...

American Savage: ‘Tisn’t the Season

The holiday season is here and for once, we might want to practice what we preach.

Ice cream and memories: The taste of home sweet home

Clair Staples, a Springfield, Mo. native, discusses the value of having a little piece of home with her while away at college.

Gorlok Talk: How do you feel about online-only medical care?

Let us know what you think in the comments!

’13 Hours’ in Benghazi

Former Marines John “Tig” Tiegen and Mark “Oz” Geist never aspired to write a book about their experiences in Benghazi. That was before politics...

Mind Over Media: Data by design, the future of television

Netflix has a new way of tailoring media content just for you. This installment of Mind Over Media explores how big data is changing television.

Letter to the editor

For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Katie Maxwell. I’ve served on Student Government Association (SGA) for the last year and a half as senator of the College of Fine Arts, secretary, and currently as student organization liaison. Most importantly, though, I am a student advocate. Advocacy isn’t established through a title, but through the actions one takes.

Guest Commentary: What can we learn from Kit Bond?

Nick Dunne discusses the pro's and con's of Kit Bond's impending visit to Webster University.

Letter to the editor: Forgive student loans, vote Green Party

From Linda Featheringill, Green Party representative The cost of education is going up and the ability to pay is going down. In 2000, tuition at...

“The Junk Drawer”: Board games end the boredom

Grab some friends and get ready for a competitive good time. Opinions Editor Tim Doty gets "board out of his mind" with his love of board games in this week's edition of "The Junk Drawer."

Review: ‘Steve Jobs’

Steve Jobs is a man who has revolutionized technology with Apple. As a result, he is one of media’s most talked-about subjects. There most...

City-county merger would help revive downtown St. Louis

Written by Warren Rosenblum St. Louisans have turned their backs on the urban core. Not a single major company has moved its headquarters into the...

Starting a business 101: Fail

Value those who you look up to and inspire you, and you will be sure that if you fail, you fail with them.

Letter to the Editor: What Happened To Black History Month?

India Lovings, Public Relations major, does not feel like Webster did enough to celebrate Black History Month. Read her letter to the editor to see how she thinks Webster compares to other colleges' celebration, and what she thinks Webster should do next year.

Future History: Why the world has to take Palestinian statehood seriously

The debate about Palestine should be about the future, not the past.

Recent car break-ins signal need for student self-awareness

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.

Former French TA takes up pen in protest

On Jan. 7, terrorists murdered 12 people on the staff of Charlie Hebdo, a left-wing satirical magazine, for the cartoon of Muhammad featured on the front page. First shocked by the news, this former Webster TA quickly joined the "Je suis Charlie" movement to protest the attack on free speech.