Many of us senior students are approaching the transitional time of leaving school and entering a job or career. Personally, I wanted to touch on this topic because I am going through this transition right now as I approach my graduation date in December. Additionally, as I identify as a woman through this journey of […]Read More do you identify as a woman and are feeling anxious about entering the business arena? here are a few guidelines to help ease the transition:
LOCAL NEWS: Harrisonburg High School students hold walkout in response to Gov. Younkin’s policies Repercussions of the policy concern students of Harrisonburg High School, stating that this action could create a potentially dangerous environment for school youth rooted in transphobia, seeking to harm trans and nonbinary youth. Teachers and school staff may forcibly “out” students […]Read More Newsroom
Have you been asked by people why you’re still single? Or asked constantly if you’re dating or talking to someone? I have. There is constant pressure for people to be dating or in a relationship, I know I’ve felt that pressure. While being in a relationship may be beneficial in some aspects, you don’t always […]Read More How to thrive single life
Have you ever been a called a b****? If you’re a girl or who has friends that are girls, you probably have heard the term thrown around here and there. But is being called a b**** really a bad thing? Yes, the word is considered an insult but it doesn’t always have to mean that. […]Read More “You’re a B****”
From a very young age I have understood that the patriarchal view of my purpose on this earth is to bear children and raise them, the way my mother did, and generations of women before her. I remember expressing fear of the pain of childbirth to my mother in elementary school, and she told me […]Read More No I Don’t Want A Baby, Stop Asking.
For the purpose of this article, I anonymously surveyed 30 participants ranging in age from 18-25. All quotes used in this piece are from the anonymous survey. As a child, Halloween was the most liberating and exciting night of the year. I simply was obsessed. Playing dress up was part of my everyday life as […]Read More HALLOWEEN: THE SADDEST HOLIDAY
Welcome to this week’s Newsroom roundup! This week we discussed local, national, and global news. We discussed a shooting in Harrisonburg, VA, Tina Kotek running to be the first lesbian governor, and the fight to stop street harassment. We discuss these three topics from a feminist view. Hope you all enjoy it! LOCAL NEWS This […]Read More Newsroom roundup October 21, 2022
The Philadelphia Eagles are 6-0 and I’m ecstatic about it. What I’m not so happy about is having my knowledge constantly challenged and being quizzed by my guy friends. Apparently being a girl isn’t enough to be a fan. I was raised to be in front of the TV every Sunday in time for kickoff, […]Read More Oh You’re an Eagles Fan? Name five players.
Feminist Foreign Policy or FFP promotes the values and good practices toward achieving gender equality. As we all know, or should accept and learn to love and support, are the guarantees for all women to enjoy and bask in their human rights. There are a few countries that recently embraced the flag of feminine freedom. […]Read More Let’s make haste and address the fualts of Feminist Foreign Policy.
Why don’t women like when their spouses ask, “what can I help you with?” after a meal, or after having guests over to the house? Such a simple question comes with complex answers to be discussed. This makes women feel as though these tasks are only her job, and he is just a helping hand. […]Read More parental roles have changed