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A Note to the Woman in My Life

To the women in my life…Thank you. Thank you for showing me what Strength looks like. Thank you for showing me what Intelligence looks like. Thank you for showing me what Courage looks like. Thank you for showing me what Brave looks like. Thank you for showing me what Confidence looks like. Thank you for […]

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2020 WNBA Virtual Draft

Since sports and the world have come to a screeching halt, it has been difficult to say when everything will return. Because of this, the NCAA basketball tournament was cancelled, otherwise known as March Madness, and the 2020 WNBA season has postponed their start. With major sporting events being cancelled and postponed, the future of […]

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The Ugly Side of Self Care

People think self care is always face masks or lighting fancy candles while you take a bubble bath. While theres nothing wrong with that and it can be all of those things, I’ve found self care to be a bit more ugly. Self care for everyone is different, but through this time in quarantine I’ve found that for me self care is reflecting.

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Loving From A Distance (Part 2)

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people all around the world have been recommended to quarantine themselves within the safety of their own home and practice social distancing. Though the compliance of these regulations are crucial for everyones safety and health conditions, many people forget how detrimental this can be for those who are involved in […]

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A Quick Check-In With Myself

Is it just me or does anyone else feel like as soon as COVID-19 took over, the rest of your life slowly crumbled right beneath your feet? I’m still trying to remain positive during this time of uncertainty and find the “silver-linings” of each moment I am granted, but shits hard. I feel like I am constantly going back and forth between the battles going on in my physical life, as well as those persisting through my mental state.

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Supporting Abusive Celebrities Is Supporting Abuse Itself

Inevitably, when we add songs to our playlist we are not only supporting the music and art itself, but also the artist who composed it. So what if the artist committed some act of abuse, whether it be sexual, emotional or physical? Would we still keep that song in our library? Even if we don’t personally condone of their abusive actions, if we continue to support their music we are granting them the satisfaction of knowing no matter what they do, there will be no repercussions, as they will still always be successful and have a fanbase.

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First Women

There have been a lot of first for women over the many years of our history. Let’s take some time and look back at some of the women who laid the ground work for the future.

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One’s A Slut & One’s a Stud

As a college student, it seems like sex is almost always a topic of discussion among me and my peers. I’ve lost count of the amount of “hook-up” stories I’ve overheard while trying to eat my buffalo mash in the dining hall. I feel like a college campus is one of the few places in […]

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STOP ASKING ME WHAT I AM.

My mom has blonde hair, blue eyes, and pale skin. She has Dutch, French, and German ancestry. My dad has kinky, thick, and black hair with brown eyes and brown skin. He has West African and Native American ancestry. All my life, I have been asked, “What are you?” I have been asked by grocery […]

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Newsroom!

We hope you are staying safe and healthy! Here is this week’s newsroom! Grab some coffee or tea, and enjoy this post!

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Why Everyone Should Have Animal Crossing

If you haven’t been living under a rock, I’m sure the name Animal Crossing rings a bell. If you are one of the few that have no access to the internet, spend your free time churning butter, and drive your buggy to the nearest farmer’s market, then I’m sure you need a quick rundown on what Animal Crossing is. Lucky for you, I can be your Resident Representative!

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Loving From A Distance (Part 1)

Due to the spread of COVID-19 and government mandated lockdowns, people all around the world have been forced to distance themselves from loved ones, whether this be family members, friends, or partners. Unfortunately, this time of social distancing and isolation can lead to turmoil in any kind of relationship and can even be detrimental. Whether you’re currently in a long distance relationship or just purely missing human interaction, I am here to offer some tips on how to keep your love life alive, despite the distance.

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The Coronavirus and Subtle Racism

I know. Everyone is sick and tired about hearing about the Coronavirus. We’ve been in quarantine for so long that I don’t even keep track of what the date is anymore (time is a social construct anyway). All of this aside, I thought that it’d be important to document my experience as an Asian American during a time where racism is so heavily targeted toward my fellow Asians.

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Surprise, it’s about the coronavirus.

I didn’t want to write about the Coronavirus, because I’m tired of hearing about it and I’m sure many of you are as well. But this situation has brought on so much anxiety and discomfort and I figured I can’t be the only one struggling right now. So, I felt like I should talk about my emotions and how I’ve dealt with them. Even if this post only helps one person, I’ll consider it successful. We’re all in this together.

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Newsroom

We’ve got a new newsroom format! Catch up on the news from the last week from COVID-19 to Harvey Weinstein.

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Self-Care Tips for Trying Times

“And the people stayed home. And read books, and listened, and rested, and exercised, and made art, and played games, and learned new ways of being, and were still. And listened more deeply. Some meditated, some prayed, some danced. Some met their shadows. And the people began to think differently. And the people healed. And, […]

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First Gen Part 3

Hello everyone, I hope you all are doing great! This is the third and final part of my series! Today I’ll be writing about some experiences I’ve had with being first-generation American and being Hispanic.

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Feminist Perspectives: Poland

If you remember from my interview with my Scottish friend, I want to include feminist perspectives from around the world on the blog. I was lucky enough to interview the dynamic Katsu, a wonderful person I met on my study abroad who answered some questions about what feminism means to her and what it means […]

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Women are Half the Sky

My absolute favorite book is Half the Sky written by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn. I was introduced to this book while in Thailand but I didn’t begin reading it until I returned from my trip. This book documents stories from women all over the world, the oppression that they face and what they hope will change.

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