planned parenthood

Staff Editorial: Why are our periods being tracked?

In recent weeks, it has been brought to the public’s attention that Williams has been keeping a spreadsheet tracking the menstrual periods of woman who have attended Planned Parenthood for abortion services.

Planned Parenthood expands, opens Illinois clinic near St. Louis

Various student groups and faculty members reacted positively to news that Planned Parenthood (PP) opened a new facility in Fairview Heights, Ill., 15 miles from the Missouri border.

| Senior News Editor

‘Big Mouth’ season two shines a light on Planned Parenthood

The long-awaited second season of “Big Mouth” came out October 5 on Netflix, and it’s meeting all expectations.

| Senior Editor

Planned Parenthood Generation Action and Title Mine protest Kavanaugh confirmation

Washington University’s Planned Parenthood Generation Action and Title Mine organized a “Stop Kavanaugh” protest as part of the National Youth Day of Action Thursday, Oct. 4.

| Senior News Editor

Med school alum Wen appointed president of Planned Parenthood

Washington University School of Medicine alumna Dr. Leana Wen was appointed to the presidency of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America Sept. 12.

Brooks Kennedy | Contributing Reporter

Staff ed: BB34 a step in the right direction for St. Louis

By providing buffer zones for healthcare facilities like Planned Parenthood, St. Louis is ensuring the comfort and dignity of those seeking treatment.

SU senator urges Trump, Congress to uphold Planned Parenthood budget allocations

Student Union senator and sophomore Brian Adler authored a letter calling for President Trump and members of Congress to uphold budget allocations to Planned Parenthood.

| Staff Reporter

‘Vagina Monologues’ celebrates female body, reproductive health

“The Vagina Monologues,” held in Holmes Lounge, exposed audiences to a range of different topics surrounding the vagina—from stories of sexual pleasure and masturbation to heart-wrenching stories of abuse and violence.

| Staff Reporter

Why we need a scientifically informed population

In the wake of increasing abortion opposition efforts, decreased Planned Parenthood funding and opposition to fetal tissue research aren’t the only issues; a multitude of scientific goods have fallen victim to our nation’s larger problem of a scientifically misinformed population.

Victoria Liu | Contributing Writer

Stand with Planned Parenthood not only in St. Louis, but in Missouri

There are 13 Planned Parenthood clinics scattered throughout the state of Missouri. Of these 13, only two offer the full suite of reproductive care services—that is, they are licensed and equipped to terminate pregnancies. One of these clinics is in Columbia, a town that sits squarely in the middle of the state, about two hours west via Highway 70.

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