Thursday, June 17, 2021

The impact of Julian David

Julian David was a junior at Webster University Vienna majoring in psychology. On May 8, 2018 Julian’s body was found on a beach near the Webster University Thailand campus where he was studying abroad. His cause of death is undetermined. He is remembered globally by his family and many friends he made in his time at Webster University.

Motherhood has taught me to do something about gun violence

I have witnessed most a lot of shootings since I was in high school, and I don't want the same thing to happen to my children. I want change.

Is this a ‘Political Witch Hunt?’: Greitens investigations – he is not a family...

I looked into his affairs, and the taped confession. Here is what I found.

An Arab in the ‘Wild West’ – It is time to accept America’s gun...

In a time where gun violence is at an all-time high, we need more armed individuals.

We cannot be desensitized to gun violence

When mass shootings happen in the dozens, it is easy to dismiss their depth. But we cannot let that happen.

Innovating Toward Reinvention: Reclaiming the Webster Way

When the landscape of higher education is changing, so do other universities. So how can Webster maintain vitality?

Youth retaliation against gun laws – an open letter to Donald Trump

It is the young people that are fighting back, and it will be us who will make a change. We will not go quietly.

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

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

Music festivals should include more women in their 2019 lineups

Female music artists have been rocking the music scene all of last year, so why are there more male artists than female in the lineups?

Civilians should not romanticize war

From the Opinions Section: It is not easy being a veteran in civilian life. Tom's death is proof of that. Rest in Peace, Tom.

Hayley’s House: Kevin Spacey and how society treats male victims differently

Male victims are often subsided in the conversation of sexual assault

When protesting, it’s not enough to “stay woke”

As a white comrade to the black community, it's important to do more for your fellow brothers and sisters.

Hayley’s House : ‘Thoughts and prayers’ are not enough

In the wake of a tragedy like the Las Vegas shooting, America needs more direct action.

Hayley’s House: Watch your drink – The college education they don’t teach you in...

The next time you're at a party, do a double take of your surroundings.

Sarahah is just another avenue for cyberbullying

The saying goes, "If you don't have something nice to say, don't say it at all." This holds true for Sarahah, the anonymous social media app, which has turned into a breeding ground for hate.

Haley’s House: World travel changes perspective on ‘first world problems’

Americans enjoy comfort amenities like hot showers and properly cleaned, filtered water. World travel, however, challenges your perspective and makes you find a greater appreciation for the little things.