Lady Killer

By Sadiyah Tariq “All women are crazy, you can never tell whatever they’re thinking about in their pretty little heads,” he bellowed, swiping his hand at the air as if to swipe the topical fly away. How could he think like that, […]

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Womanhood, Identity, and Transnational Feminism: A Discussion with Dr. Jeong-eun Rhee

By Paola Guzman Jeong-eun Rhee, Ph.D., is a professor, writer, daughter, mother, wife and a woman. At 23-years-old, Rhee migrated from Korea to the United States to pursue her master’s degree in Education Psychology from West Virginia University, later earning a Ph.D. […]

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Reclaiming the Word

By Andrew Schlosser I had an undergraduate class at St. Joseph’s College where we discussed the many lenses through which one can look at literature. One of those lenses was feminism. On one occasion, the professor asked the class if we considered […]

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is Trying. You’re not.

By Catalina Benavides Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, or better known by the nickname given to her by mainstream media,  AOC, is the youngest woman, at 28 years old, to win a seat as a congresswoman representing New York’s 14th congressional district. She is […]

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Cultural and Gender Expectations: Detouring the Narrow Path

By Sadiyah Tariq From the day we are born, our parents and all the media we consume distinguishes the divide between what is meant for girls, and what is meant for boys. Growing up in a Pakistani and Muslim household, with very […]

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Film Friday: A League of Their Own

By Josie Rerecich A League of Their Own is a 1992 sports film directed by Penny Marshall. The film tells a fictionalized account of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, focusing mainly on sisters Dottie Hinson and Kit Keller.   In 1943, […]

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Women to Read

By Paola Guzman For a long time, the writing world was dominated by male authors, only leaving a small space to women. Moreover, the women who filled that space with important stories and beautiful word-smithing, were often looked down upon. When male […]

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From Phone Calls to Slidin’ into the DM’s: The change in interpersonal relationships due to the effects of social media, technology and time.

By Catalina Benavides With the advent of social media and all the advances in technology, meeting new people is now easier and quicker. And although we have tools at our disposal- like cellphones and every social media account ever- meeting people has […]

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Film Friday: “2001: A Space Odyssey”

By Josie Rerecich 2001: A Space Odyssey is a 1968 sci-fi film directed by Stanley Kubrick. Based on the novel by Arthur C. Clark, this film tells a story of human evolution, artificial intelligence, space travel, and much more. The film begins […]

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