Catcalls aren’t compliments
"Newsflash, buddy, the 1950s are long gone." Kalani slams Steve Santagati for his ignorant comments defending catcalling, which were recently featured on CNN in response to a viral anti-street harassment YouTube video.
GamerGate: Little boys throw controllers when girls join the club
The sexism and violent threats from a couple of extremists are keeping the gaming community from progress.
Anti-vaxxers: How badly do we miss polio?
"The anti-vaxxer movement is a symptom of widespread scientific ignorance, and unfortunately, a culture of suspicion."
If Palin was president: ‘Water boarding is how we’d baptize terrorists’
"Water boarding is how we'd baptize terrorists," Sarah Palin.
Political cartoon: University and city get ready to rumble
Webster University President Elizabeth Stroble and Webster Groves Mayor Gerry Welch face off at the city council meeting for round 2 on educational zoning.
Trophy hunters not winning humanity any medals
"When laws are put in place without the means to enforce them, corruption can make a big difference in the effect that legislation has. This is a big deal when it comes to the lives of animals that have already become endangered due to sport hunting."
Student poses as black, “beats” affirmative action… but his “social experiment” fails
Comedian Mindy Kaling’s brother, Vijay Chokalingam, recently revealed that he pretended to be black to get into medical school. Here's why his "social experiment" didn't work.
Marriage equality overshadows LGBTQ oppression
Internation Human Rights major Henrietta Campbell argues the stalemate for gay marriage with the supreme court is not a win. They believe LGBTQ rights to employment, safety and inclusion are more pressing issues.
Cor Jesu: doctrine vs. discrimination
Over the summer, Cor Jesu Academy fired two gay faculty on the basis of Catholic doctrine. Guest Writer Anna Cruzen, an alumna of the school, takes the side of her fellow alumnae to protest this as a case of discrimination.
Internet fast lanes accelerate inequality
Opinions Editor Alexandria Lenzi argues the Internet fast lanes proposal is discriminatory and threatens net neutrality and free speech.
Ebola: Another “epidemic” trend
Has Ebola in the U.S. become the next "epidemic" trend?
#Oscarssowhite they “don’t see color”
The nominations for the 87th annual Academy Awards go to... white people. Big surprise.
Three Webster elite snag a cumulative $195,000 in bonuses
Newly-released tax documents reveal the salaries and bonuses of Webster's upper administration.
To be or not to be an English major?
"The future of the English major is as grim as any Orwellian dystopia."
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