Thursday, August 18, 2022

Webster should do more about sexual assault

There are so many solutions, all Webster needs to do is explore them.

How grief has made me a better counselor

From the Opinions Section: After Tom's loss, I almost gave up counseling.

Stop asking how many people I’ve killed

"I served in the Marine Corps for four years. In that time I deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan. I experienced things during those firefights that I don’t talk about with anyone who isn’t a trained psychologist. I like to think I’ve come to terms with what I was involved in, but being forced to talk about it with strangers makes that hard."

Biden’s stutter is not dementia and it’s definitely not a joke

In her first speech after the 2020 presidential election, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris introduced Joe Biden as “a man with a big heart.” In...

YouTube clout culture leaves viewers with toxic effects

I hear, “Do it for the clout,” almost every time I get on YouTube. I’m of the generation that grew up on SMOSH and...

‘Santa VS The Snowman’ belongs on your holiday movie marathon

By all accounts, “Santa VS The Snowman” is filled with cliches. And I love every second of it. Every winter, entertainment writers revisit mainstream holiday...

Smoking Gun: Secondhand smoke ruins the beauty of our campus. Let’s keep Webster fresh

Cigarettes are welcome at Webster. Is this a good thing?

From Independent Thoughts: Education is the passport to the future

I have been afforded this education and for that I am thankful

Review: ‘The French Dispatch’ is full of itself, and so am I

For someone who still has an artistic teenager deep inside her, I adored "The French Dispatch." In high school, I was obsessed with the French...

Why technology is ruining the next generation’s creativity

Macy Salama, multimedia editor at The Journal, discusses the effect of technology on children's imagination.

Final update for ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ won’t turn over a new leaf

If you enjoy “New Horizons,” I’m ecstatic that you’ve found joy in something I haven’t. For some players, the Oct. 15 Animal Crossing Direct broadcast...

Letter to the Editor: Thinking positive won’t end body image concerns

From Madeline Owen, in response to the story “Under Pressure” in The Ampersand student magazine The front cover of the most recent copy of...

Immigrants are not America’s enemy

A caravan of almost 8,000 people is coming to the southern border of the U.S. to seek asylum from various countries like Honduras, Guatemala...

Review: ‘Kirby and the Forgotten Land’ is an all round good time

There are no bad Kirby games - only games ranging from good to excellent. “Kirby and the Forgotten Land,” the franchise’s first major 3D...

Nintendo’s battle royale games have pros and cons

Games with arcade-style mechanics encourage players to endure as long as possible to reach high scores, so the objective of survival naturally fits. Battle royales...

‘It’s a slur? OK, boomer’

Never have I laughed at something the same way I did when I saw that some people consider the phrase “Okay, boomer” an elder...