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May 30, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Thoughts From Feminist Places: Intersectionality and International Women’s Day in Berlin

By | Mar 7, 2016

Yesterday, the last day of my spring break, an ankle injury and rain kept me inside a café drinking coffee and staring out the window instead of exploring like I wanted.

Ithaca College students work for political equality for women

By | Mar 2, 2016

“In conversations about the next IC president, around three-fourths of the people I speak to refer to the next president as ‘he,’” SGA President Dominick Recckio said. “This is an issue that exists within our consciousness that we need to address.”

Thoughts From (Feminist) Places: The Imperial War Museum’s “A Women’s War” Exhibit

By | Feb 1, 2016

Have ya’ll seen watched John and Hank Green’s YouTube channel called Vlogbrothers?

A week in photos — April 25, 2013

By | Apr 25, 2013

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Made Up

By | Mar 25, 2013

I’ve been talking a lot about makeup lately. And not in the Seventeen-esque “what color eye shadow will match my nail polish and skin tone while still making it look like I don’t have any eye shadow on” kind of way. The conversations I’ve been having—with my boyfriend, with other feminists, with my little sister—have…

Editorial: Perserve cultural traditions through progress

By | Feb 27, 2013

Muslim women should be free to honor cultural and religious traditions while also seeking greater empowerment.

Hillary Clinton’s mixed legacy

By | Feb 18, 2013

Following former U.S. Senator John Kerry’s quick confirmation by the Senator, the new secretary of state joked he had big “heels” to fill as Hillary Clinton’s predecessor. Clinton is leaving the State Department with unprecedented approval ratings that could pave her way to a 2016 presidential candidacy if she wanted it. She became known for…

Election results mark new era

By | Nov 8, 2012

President Obama won his second term by winning minority voters, particularly Hispanics, women and young voters. Some feared Obama’s voter turnout would be stifled by a lack of excitement about the election this year. This was not the case. While a win for the Obama camp was expected, it is where he drew support from…

As election nears, no clear winner in recent debates

By | Oct 26, 2012

In the past couple of weeks we have seen all four of the presidential and vice presidential debates that mark the final push at the closing of election season. With just more than a week left before Americans across the nation cast their votes Nov. 6, I think it is safe to say we have…