Monday, September 26, 2022

I spy…Gorlok Scavenger Hunt and concert contest

Join the Gorlok Scavenger Hunt for a chance to win tickets to see The Flaming Lips at The Pageant.

The pro-life movement has a lot to apologize for

On Friday, Nov. 28, CNN reported that 57-year-old Robert Lewis Dear walked into a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado and killed three people over...

Politickin’ me off: In presidential politics, morals matter most

A debate has been raging on the Democratic side of the presidential nominating contest in which both remaining candidates, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders,...

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...

Remembering the presidency of George H.W. Bush

It was just after midnight on Nov. 30 when the Bush family released a statement announcing the passing of George H. W. Bush, the...

From the gear-head’s garage: Points to consider before purchasing a car

Joseph Strong, a mass communications major, has a passion for cars, so he stared an auto column. This week he shares helpful tips for students seeking to buy a car.

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.

Connecting divides: Experience in Israel exposes tensions back home

The discrimination Managing Editor Macy Salama experienced in Israel impressed on her the reality of racial injustice back home. She believes these ongoing tensions in the Middle East and as near as Ferguson, Mo. can only be fixed if we first acknowledge the problem.

Condemning ISIS without apology

As a Muslim, Staff Writer Lara Hamdan condemns the acts of ISIS, but argues the extremists do not represent her religion, so she should not have to apologize for them.

CEO’s need to use Twitter more responsibly

Let’s say your great Aunt suddenly died (climbing accident in the Bavarian Alps) and left you her company. Nothing much, just MPO Thumbtacks (I...

Milo Yiannopoulos should have been allowed to speak at UC Berkeley

Milo Yiannopoulos' visit to the University of California at Berkeley sparked violent and destructive protests. In the birthplace of free speech, a protest against someone's free speech is hypocritical to the university's history.

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.

Designer Vaginas: Vaginal plastic surgey is on the rise among young women in the...

Designer vaginas give a new meaning to the "Barbie." Sheren Khalel, Opinions Editor, explains this bizarre procedure and its societal downfalls.

Battling Depression: from the mental black box to the big field of flowers

Imagine yourself in a black box in the middle of a flower field. You see the colors, you see the sun and you see...

Political Cartoon: Magic ADP 8-Ball

Student asks the magic ADP 8-ball if they will get paid this week.

Not “feeling the Bern”

Young people all over the country are “feeling the Bern,” according to an NBC News poll taken in October.  Opponent Hillary Clinton led that...