Student Journalists' Coverage of COVID-19

Webster University students cover a pandemic

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Check in with your autistic friends

An autistic student shares her experience during COVID-19. By Gabrielle Hunter Asperger’s Syndrome is defined as a chemical imbalance in the brain during utero. At least, that’s what I was taught.  Being what’s considered an “Aspie” by certain circles (medical professionals, special education teachers, fellow friends) has its downsides. There are more males out there […]

Camming industry takes hit during COVID-19

By Kieron Kessler and Robby Floyd Camming in pop culture The 1975 released their new song “If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know)” this year. The song highlights the view of a person who turns to camming for a human connection. “I see her online/ all the time/ I’m trying not to stare down there […]

COVID-19 shutdown affects environment and vulnerable communities

Climate change scientists recommend being cautious about the changes in the climate the COVID-19 lock downs have caused. By Kaelin Triggs  The spread of COVID-19 forced countries all over the world to implement a ‘stay-at-home’ order. In fact, the pandemic caused whole cities to shut down. College students returned home from schools and employees were […]

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