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Emmys makes strides for women… sort of

September 22, 2016

Filed under 2016-2017, Issue 2, Opinion

By Kaydee Donohoo Staff Writer It was clear that the Emmys were a night for women when #SheRules trended on Twitter. Netflix started the hashtag with a commercial featuring some of the strong women in their shows and movies...

Ask a Wellness Ambassador

April 28, 2016

Filed under 2015-2016, Health and Science, Issue 22

A biweekly column addressing students’ health questions from office of Health, Wellness, and Recreation. Dear Wellness Ambassadors, I’ve heard that it is possible for all women to have multiple orgasms. Is this true? Rejoic...

‘Merci Congo’ chronicles activism in the Democratic Republic of Congo

April 28, 2016

Filed under 2015-2016, Features, Issue 22

By Simran Gupta Staff Writer On Monday, April 11, the Globalization on a Shoestring class brought Emmy-awarding-winning documentarian Paul Freedman to screen his newest film on the Democratic Republic of the Congo and discuss his ...

‘Jessica Jones’ is sexy, sassy, and serious

April 14, 2016

Filed under 2015-2016, A&E, Issue 21

By Haley Verre Contributing Writer With the wide range of flashy and generic superhero television and film series available to audiences, Jessica Jones stands out as the antidote to tired stereotypes. Even with the show’s sup...

Working women

April 14, 2016

Filed under 2015-2016, Issue 21, Opinion

By Carson Norwood Staff Writer By this point, most of us have heard of—and probably heard arguments about—the gender wage gap. Is it real? Can it be explained away? Is someone just making up numbers to give us something new...

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