Friday, January 21, 2022

Letter to the editor: Speaking on behalf of the hippos, in response to Kavahn...

Webster student Dylan Zukswert responds to Kavahn Mansouri vs the World with his take on vegetarianism.
Obama's Letter to Webster

Letter to the Editor: Webster’s centennial nationally celebrated

Webster President Elizabeth Stroble celebrates Webster's centennial and its power to bring the Webster Groves community together, and expresses pride in the acknowledgement it has received by local as well as national government officials, including Mayor Welch and President Obama.

Letter to the Editor: Clueless as to context when comparing Harry Potter and Lord...

Creighton Chavez, art major, finds it inappropriate to compare Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter in Issue 26 of “Kavahn Mansouri vs. The World”. Read to learn why she finds comparing The Lord of the Rings and the Harry Potter series an injustice to both.

Letter to the Editor: Empower young people to talk about mental health

By Raquel Goodrich The campus tragedies that have occurred over the past few weeks at Northern Arizona University, Texas Southern University and Umpqua Community College...

President Stroble defends university’s sexual assault policy

Webster University President Elizabeth Stroble responds to Conservatory alumna Mackie Saylor's letter, "Webster sexual assault policy needs drastic reform." Stroble outlines how Webster strives to prevent sexual assault on campus.

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.

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.

Black lives matter

A Webster student shares her experience with institutionalized racism and explains why the Black Lives Matter movement's fight for justice is an urgent matter.

Letter to the Editor: The real world was built by the strength found in...

I found the recent op-ed “Safe spaces are unnecessary – the real world is not a safe place for anyone” ignorant and unfounded. The...

Webster, the Digital Age is now

In today's media-driven world, the elimination of printed flyers is necessary at Webster University.

Beating bulimia: the five- year fight with myself

By Rachel Nelson We all experience defining moments throughout the course of our lives. Some are bigger than others, but all have a significant impact....
dead-in

Letter to the Editor: A defense of the dead-in

Hezekiah McCaskill and Keyra Stephens wrote the Journal in response to the letter critiquing AAAC's dead-in. The writers believe the demonstration was a justified means to convey their protest of police brutality.

Student advises WU to improve academic advising

A negative experience with advising leads Daniel Carcione to call for change.

Adjuncts are committed to Webster—Webster should commit to adjuncts

In his letter to the editor, Adjunct Professor David Hilditch rallies for adjunct unionization.

Letter to the Editor: Kaldi’s, please bring back the tip jar

By Kyle Meadors Dear Editor, I am a senior audio production major at the Webster Groves campus, and I recently bought a scone and a chai...

The plight of the adjunct

"76.4 percent of faculty instructing at colleges nationwide average an income within federal poverty guidelines."