Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Editorial: Campus blackout shows Webster’s need for communication improvements

Feb. 21, Webster University experienced a power outage due to an off-campus fire that caused an Ameren UE power failure for several parts of...
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry interviews offers no real surprise

For me, someone who is Punjabi-Irish, it comes as no surprise the claims made in the interview show British colonizer-style racism. On Sunday, March 7,...

Editorial: Exploring the layers of gun violence in St. Louis

Over the course of one week between January 28 and February 4, we scoured news outlets and social media for cases of gun violence...

Editorial: Webster must take action on parking

The parking situation since the construction of the Interdisciplinary Science Building has kicked off is unacceptable and needs to be remedied as soon as...

Teeth Grinding: The tale of financial aid woes

When heading to the financial aid office, the mission is clear: get in and get out. Students don’t want to think about how many times they’ve been to the office or steam might come out of their ears. The main thought is that this time, things will be better and this time, it will be effortless. That’s when the ball drops.
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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...
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WU should plan for shortfalls like annual events

When the university sees shortfall making an annual appearance on their calendars, they need to plan for another — not hope the next year will somehow be different.

Thank You, Democrats

Bernie Sanders dropped out of the 2020 presidential election on April 8. American citizens are left to choose between two candidates accused of sexual...

Three Webster elite snag a cumulative $195,000 in bonuses

Newly-released tax documents reveal the salaries and bonuses of Webster's upper administration.

The Journal awaits Obama’s College Promise

The Journal supports Obama's free community college plan and questions why it did not come sooner.

Marx is as relevant as ever 138 years after his death

If we want to move past capitalism’s grotesque failures, we must look at its most prominent critic to learn. It has been 138 years since...

Why everyone is talking about Bruno?

For a song about not talking about Bruno, we have noticed a lot of people talking about him. Disney’s “Encanto” released theatrically on Nov. 24,...

Can ‘Nickelodeon All Star Brawl’ survive the golden age of platform fighters?

There’s a great game at its core, but Nickelodeon needs to properly support it. Despite the unprecedented attention surrounding it, “Nickelodeon All Star Brawl” has...

Editorial: Students should care about SGA elections

In the upcoming Student Government Association (SGA) election, many candidates are running unopposed. In fact, nine of the 13 SGA positions are filled with...

When will enough school shootings be enough?

Parkland, FL, Uvalde, TX, Newtown, CT, St. Louis, MO. These cities have something in common: all four were victimized by school shootings. According to security.org,...

Amy Coney Barrett can’t compare to RBG

Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought her whole life for the opposite of what Amy Coney Barrett stands for. Ruth Bader Ginsburg served as a judge...