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Feminism’s Image Problem

In November of this year the website Jezebel posted an article entitled “The Many Misguided Reasons Famous Ladies Say ‘I’m Not a Feminist”. In the article they broke down into the aforementioned “misguided” reasons statements from celebrities and public figures like Lady Gaga, Bjork, Sandra Day O’Connor, and others. The article was intended to subtly […]

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Top Women in Journalism

Recently I picked up  the latest issue of Cosmopolitan while waiting in line at the grocery store. Within the April issue, was a mini magazine labeled Cosmo Careers.  Now granted, I am a few years away from officially entering the work field as a hopeful broadcast journalist. Nevertheless, I thought skimming through this magazine couldn’t hurt. What was […]

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Celebrating International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day and though there seems to be a ‘celebrated day’ for everything now, this is the one day that is not like any other. We celebrate this day and honor women who have not only paved our way for a brighter future, but have brought great success and progression to our rights and […]

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Raising Hope: Malala Yousafzai – The World’s Symbol of Promise

From a purely humanistic approach, life is not about how fast you can run or how high you can climb over the obstacles. The value as to the purpose of life may pertain to a higher purpose of confronting ultimate reality; to live one’s dreams, to matter in life, to count and to stand for […]

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