Saturday, May 8, 2021

Webster learning platform compromised by bad teaching

Students sit in class, they raise their hands, do their homework and try to do well. Not all of them are the brightest or...

Hey Alexa, am I fat?

No human being is fat, our bodies are made of so much more than fat cells. Reducing someone to the number of fat cells they have is a struggle I--and so many other women--have long dealt with.

Guest column: Revamped nationalism caused Trump’s election

Emotions aside, this election reminds us that what’s happening now is not new.

Corporations are ruining the Christmas season

Picture this: you walk into the mall, ready to do some shopping, and you are automatically assaulted by red and green streamers everywhere. There’s...

Beyond the Binary: 18 Years of Drag Ball

Caitlin Zera, Film Production Major, writes a reflective piece on Webster's Drag Ball. She ponders if the event is still as progressive as it was 18 years ago at the first Webster Drag Ball.

Politickin’ me off: Don’t let Missouri count as a vote for tyranny

In a different era of American politics, Missouri was a swing state. Missouri was one of those constituencies, much beloved by pundits, which could be counted upon to predict the general trend of the nation. We were once a state of averages, middle-of-the-ground all the way back to the Civil War.

Parking is only a problem if you make it one

Lifestyle Editor Matt Duchesne thinks the lack of parking space on campus is annoying, but believes we are making it a bigger problem than it is.

Hayley’s House: White privilege education is crucial to social change

Speak up next time you see racist Karen at the water cooler.

‘That guy’ writes a column on transfering

Tim Godfrey transferred to Webster this semester, and his transition to a new campus has been difficult.

Social Media is not a miracle for millennials

College students live in an age where a phone in our pocket is more common than a pen. Whether we are flipping through our...

Politickin’ me off: #DeleteUber

When newly inaugurated President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries, it was a grim moment for...

Post-9/11 airport security: United we stand in TSA lines forever

Livie Hall, Calendar Editor, has a difficult time getting through airport security while on vacation. This causes her to question the effectiveness of the entire process.

Adjuncts: Unionize!

Unionized adjunct faculty would benefit Webster.
Political cartoon

Political cartoon: University and city get ready to rumble

Webster University President Elizabeth Stroble and Webster Groves Mayor Gerry Welch face off at the city council meeting for round 2 on educational zoning.

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...

Letters from Thailand: Hua Hin – my Thai cultural immersion trip

Being immersed in a different type of culture is something that you have to go out of your way to do, even when you study abroad.