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Sharing the Table with Sexism: Let’s End Discrimination in Food Service

Like most college students, I sometimes need some extra cash.  Let’s face it: higher education is financially burdensome, which explains why 85% of American university students work on top of school.  My position is more privileged than most.  Without working during the semester, I could get by thanks to my scholarship and my family’s college […]

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#MeToo in Blue: Ending the Myth of the Sexual Violence Political Divide

The headline in Politico stated: “Franken scandal haunts Gillibrand’s 2020 chances.”  The more I read, the more the nuanced irony set in—a female politician blamed for a party’s struggles.  Because she spoke out against a male colleague credibly accused of sexual harassment by a multitude of women.  Because she spoke.  Senator Kirsten Gillibrand lost the […]

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Out On Campus

As a cis-gendered woman, when I’m walking around campus any day of the week, I don’t usually think about how it could feel different if I identified as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, or any other identity not included in the Gender Binary we’re used to. On Wednesday, April 8th, I attended the Out On […]

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Quick Hit: WHY CATCALLING SUCKS

One of may favorite YouTubers (and internet people in general) is Hayley G. Hoover. I’ve been watching her for 7-or-so years, and she’s great. She makes videos about her life, about random funny things, about Harry Potter, and about feminism. Her latest video is about street harassment, and why it’s the worst. Hayley shares her […]

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