Saturday, February 27, 2021

Letter to the Editor: Administration must take a zero-tolerance approach to recent “racist flyers”...

I would also like to apologize to the targeted student on behalf of all Webster University graduates. This attitude and type of harassment is not what we stand for, and we are proud to share our alma mater with you.

Letter to the Editor: President Stroble, if diversity matters Webster must protect it

Webster University English major Alexandria Lenzi writes to President Elizabeth Stroble regarding a letter from the President and Provost on Civil Discourse following the United States presidential election.

Letter to the Editor: Conservatory’s Macbeth production offers mirror to election

Conservatory student Delaney Piggins says this year's production of Macbeth mirrors the presidential election

Letter to the Editor: Fighting hate with hate is not the answer

Ruchii Sheth, sophomore studio art major in printmaking says America needs to give President-Elect Donald J. Trump a chance.

Letter to the Editor: “Two Muslim students don’t represent every Muslim student”

Webster student Hafsa Mansoor responds to The Journal's story "Muslim students find acceptance at Webster." Mansoor writes that the story failed to present different perspectives from Muslims on campus, citing her own personal experiences of Islamophobia at Webster.

Letter to the Editor: Removal of food options in SOC unfair to students, staff...

Wesbter student April Albrecht writes to President Elizabeth Stroble and School of Communications Dean Eric Rothenbuhler about the removal of the Simply to Go in Sverdrup's lobby.

Letter to the Editor: Webster students please vote for Hillary Clinton

From Webster University student Isaiah Santiago, stirring voters to support presidential candidate Hillary Clinton

Letter to the editor: Forgive student loans, vote Green Party

From Linda Featheringill, Green Party representative The cost of education is going up and the ability to pay is going down. In 2000, tuition at...

Letter to the Editor: Alumna disappointed with Webster’s treatment of instructors and lecturers

Caitlin Creech, Webster University alumna and former student of Lecturer Andrea Miller writes an open letter about how Miller and other instructor have been treated as employees at the university.

SGA: concerning Delegates’ Agenda

SGA reaches out to administration to let them know they are taking a brief for the Spring semester and will return in Fall 2016....

Letter to the Editor: a letter to President Stroble

By David Kirkman, Webster University student   President Beth Stroble of Webster University: First of all, thank you for taking the time to read this. As you...

Letter to the Editor: Concerns with MEDC 3150 02 and Decision to Hire Christopher...

Alumna Brittany Burke writes to members of Webster's administration challenging the hiring of Christopher Ave, a Post Dispatch Editor she claims broke journalistic ethical codes when running a story on her rape.

What can we learn from the LGBT community’s recent success?

By Jonathan Maher, Author In the months since the Supreme Court’s landmark decision to legalize gay marriage in June this year, related stories continue to...

Competing story lines

By Andrew Moss, Literature Professor at California State Polytechnic University When he ran for reelection in 2012, Barack Obama told TV interviewer Charlie Rose that the...

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....

Letter to the Editor: Trump losing the Latin-American vote by landslide

By Martin Dassum For Latin Americans around the world, the 2016 presidential election is a crucial event. I am not talking only about the relevance...