Sunday, June 4, 2023

Webster Alerts fail to alert

Webster Groves is known for being a pretty good area. Everybody knows each other, people ride their bikes, families stop by the farmer’s market...

My haunted life

Growing up I was always known as the girl with the haunted house, the weird girl who thought anything related to the paranormal was...

Politickin’ me off: Phyllis Schlafly’s death mirrors death of traditional conservative movement

At Donald Trump’s rally in St. Louis in March, Phyllis Schlafly was most soft-spoken person in the room. The titan of the conservative and...

Women versus women will get us nowhere

Julia Gabbert gives her view on how women have internalized society's double standards. Gabbert thinks that in order for women to combat patriarchy, they must stop turning against each other.

My tattoos should not affect my career

The first thing people see when they look at me are my tattoos. I’ve had many people tell me I won't be able to...

#MeToo: Use an inclusive movement to share your truth

The #MeToo movement was started in 2006 by Tarana Burke as a way to reassure survivors of sexual assault they are not alone. Since...

Fifty Shades of black and blue

Sexual abuse and emotional manipulation are not healthy BDSM, and they're certainly not erotica.

‘We should all be proud of Bruce Jenner’

Bruce Jenner reveals he is a transgender woman--and there's a lot we can learn from his journey.

Saying Goodbye to Smokey: Ed Bishop, long time mentor of The Journal, dies at...

Webster’s journalism program and - without a doubt - The Journal lost a guiding force just weeks before this new semester began. One of Webster’s great journalism professors died and left a meteor-sized hole in many of his students’ hearts.

St. Louis, a city pushed to the brink

By Becky Mollenkamp   On Saturday afternoon, 18-year-old Mike Brown was fatally shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Mo., less than five miles from my...

Mizzou scandal: a battle of racism

In light of the Mizzou scandal, I have concluded that America is unstable. While the American government is excelling in the aspect of warfare...

Nike is not a ‘woke’ corporation

On Sept. 3, Colin Kaepernick tweeted an advertisement of himself as the face of Nike’s newest marketing campaign. Without missing a beat, conservatives ran...

Tattoo Taboo: Society has evolved, why can’t the work place?

Livie Hall, Calendar editor, discusses the need for workplace reform on tattoo policies.

Politickin’ me off: No platform for violent ‘alt-right’ activists

'Alt-right' activists do not deserve to be given a place to have the opportunity to victimize minorities and further violent tendencies.

Ebola is not the next Bubonic Plague

Lifestyle Editor Matt Duchesne argues the concern over Ebola is warranted, but it is not a reason to panic.