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Webster University

Webster Campus News

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Women's tennis team looks for underclassmen to step up
by The Journal
Jan 01, 2017
“Webster University's women's tennis team set the bar high during their 2010 season by winning the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title. Coach Michael Siener said he anticipates the same success, if not more, this season. "Our goal from day one is to win the conference title," Siener said.”
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Commencement isn't the time for politics
by The Journal
Jan 01, 2017
“Since the commencement speaker announcement in February, I have painfully observed the discussion revolving around Kit Bond. While the opposition to this selection may be the loudest, it is the quiet voices that have presented the most logical contributions.”
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Student dies of lung cancer at 18
by The Journal
Jan 01, 2017
“Thomas Carter Flueckiger, 18, died on Monday, March 28 at the Simon Cancer Center in Indianapolis. Flueckiger, a freshman lighting design major at Webster University, was diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma, a rare tumor that affected his chest wall. His funeral will take place in his hometown of Fort Wayne, Indiana on Thursday, March 31.”
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Japanese Student Associatoin aids Japan relief effort
by The Journal
Jan 01, 2017
“Though the devastating effects of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan seem far from over, relief efforts for the country are strong in Webster Groves. The Japanese Student Association (JSA) has sold artwork and 'Hope for Japan' bracelets to raise money for those still suffering in Japan.”
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Journalisms future lies with community reporting
by The Journal
Jan 01, 2017
“Dear Journal Editorial Page Editor: I read your editorial about the New York Times and its decision to charge for online content with great interest. I understand your hope that this decision will be the answer for"monetizing" online news operations, while also providing the necessary revenue to hire morejournalists and to improve news content in the future.”
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Hot dog sale for Gaddis scholarship
by The Journal
Jan 01, 2017
“Six months, eight dozen hot dogs and 30 residents all inspired by one lost friend. March 8 would have marked Mason Gaddis' 20th birthday, however in October 2010, Gaddis committed suicide, leaving the School of Communications learning community, located on Maria Hall's first floor, without one of their classmates and friends.”
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Webster University closer to new gender-neutral policy
by The Journal
Jan 01, 2017
“From Issue 10 Two years ago, Nick Dunne, senior public relations major, started his campaign on gender neutrality for students at Webster University. Dunne said he hopes his goal for an equal rights transgender identity policy at Webster will become a reality by the time he graduates this spring.”
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"Sucker Punch" is a fanboy dream, but no one else's
by The Journal
Jan 01, 2017
“Director Zack Snyder knows his genre. From his beginning with "300" and "Watchmen" to his latest comic book epic "Sucker Punch," Snyder truly seems to be the director for nerds. With "Sucker Punch," I'm not sure if he did the nerds justice. "Sucker Punch" is a film written by Snyder and Steve Shibuya.”
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Picking Up The Slack
by The Journal
Jan 01, 2017
“With the SLIAC season set to begin on March 31, the Webster University softball team is off and running. With the conference season looming, firstyear students have helped the Gorloks get off to a good start. At this point last season, the Gorloks were 7-7.”
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Learning to deal with death at The Journal
by The Journal
Jan 01, 2017
“Death seemed to come in threes for Webster University last semester. This semester, death has come again. On Monday night, Journal editors were informed that another student had died. This time, it wasn't by suicide or by unpredictable events, but by the slow process of cancer.”
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