This semester is definitely one for the books. JMU’s first completely online semester. While some students had in person classes, the majority of us have been sitting in bed logging into zoom a couple of times a week. This is also my first semester taking communication classes for my major. While I have learned a […]Read More What ShoutOut! means to me as a straight white guy
11/16 NewsRoom, the last and the latest !Read More From the Living Room, To the Newsroom
Kamala Harris has made history. And she is a queen for it.Read More THE QUEEN HERSELF HAS DONE IT
Women in politics, Women in Congress. “The Squad” gets reelected. Read more…Read More Ready or Not Here Comes The Squad
You read that right. Today we’re going to be talking about the wonderful world of body image and the effects that college has on our self esteem. Personally speaking, I have been struggling recently with accepting the new body I have adopted since coming to college – my legs are wider, my butt is bigger, […]Read More Body Image: A Story of Weight Gain and Self Reflection
Hello all and welcome back to another semester of ShoutOut! You didn’t think we were going to let a global pandemic stop us from bringing you the highest quality feminist discourse, did you? Sure, our collective may not be meeting face to face, but that won’t stop us from taking down the patriarchy one blog […]Read More We’re Back, Baby!
The Faculty Advisors of ShoutOut! JMU are humbled to bring you an ongoing summer series from our archives featuring the voices of our Black blogging alumni.
Topics to come are as diverse and nuanced as the Black community itself, and we can’t wait to share.
There have been many first for women that have influenced society and allowed others to continue to succeed. Let’s take some time and look at these modern day women who are doing big things.Read More First Women (part 2)
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 […]Read More STOP ASKING ME WHAT I AM.