Saturday | November 18, 2017

Tag: women

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Featured, Leadership, Monthly Feature

Women’s March (Part 3): Why We March

The Women’s March, originally the Million Women March, was a protest held on Jan. 21 across the world to show

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Featured, Leadership, Monthly Feature, Women's Issue

Women’s March (Part 1): Moved to March

The Women’s March was a worldwide protest held on Jan. 21 to show solidarity and unity among women, their partners,

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Leadership, Women's Issue

Join the Women’s March on Washington – Jan. 21, 2017

By Angie “Gravitee” Marable, Contributing Writer No matter your political affiliation, one thing is for certain: the recent presidential election

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Lifestyle

A Love Affair with Automobiles

By Savitre “Rapture” Schaefferkoetter, Staff Writer Cars—only part of a man’s world, right? Wrong. I am living proof that you

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Featured, Leadership, Monthly Feature, Women's Issue

Understanding Women’s History Supports Equality

By Tamera “EON” Pillay, Staff Writer If you support equality for any one group, you should support equality for women.

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Career, Leadership, Women's Issue

Women in Forensic Science: Anonymous Medical Examiner

By Savitre “Rapture” Schaefferkoetter, Staff Writer For the second feature of women in forensic science, I had the pleasure of

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Chapter Update, Delta Phi Lambda, News & Events

Sisters Cultivate Views on Feminism

By Jessie “Decipher” Kim, Staff Writer University of Georgia’s Delta Phi Lambda had an open discussion about cultural feminism on

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Career, Featured, Leadership, Monthly Feature, Women's Issue

Women in Forensic Science: Savitre Schaefferkoetter

By Savitre “Rapture” Schaefferkoetter, Staff Writer Have you ever been so proud of something, yet you weren’t sure how to

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Leadership, Women's Issue

Sister Rapture Paints a Picture of Domestic Violence

By Savitre “Rapture” Schaefferkoetter, Staff Writer The Asian American young adult female. Is she a vocal, confident “gangsta” or a

Chien Shiung Wu
Culture, Education, Leadership

Chien-Shiung Wu, The First Lady of Physics (1912-1997)

By Ashanti “Accel” Henderson, Staff Writer Asian-American women have long been pioneers in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math)