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Megyn Kelly: A Role Model for Women on Both Sides of the Aisle

By Laura Nunez “Who gives a damn what label we use, as long as we are living a life that supports other women” – Megyn Kelly. Megyn Kelly – Fox news anchor and author of Settle for More – has transformed from prototype Fox darling to unexpected champion of female empowerment. Although she may not…

Something to Note About “Mulan”

By Sophie Wang We all know Mulan as the young woman who saved China in the classic 1998 Disney animation. Considered as one of Disney’s only Asian princesses, Mulan has a special place in our hearts. Growing up, there was little for me to relate to on television. The majority of shows and animations rarely…

Interview with Adi Tafuna’i, The Woman Who Rescued Samoa’s Economy

By Tina Lu Though Samoa is seen by many as a tropical paradise, the remoteness of the Pacific islands deprives many residents of opportunity. As a result, many Samoans leave their homeland to pursue jobs abroad. Adimaimalaga (Adi) Tafuna’i works to build sustainable economic opportunities for Samoan women and families, to keep Samoans in Samoa….

Ladies, Let’s March: Plans for a Women’s March on Washington are Underway

By Laura Nunez In the days following the astonishing 2016 presidential election upset, droves of devastated demonstrators have taken to the streets to express their concern over the impending Trump administration. They’ve marched through city centers, rallied in front of Trump Tower, and now are planning the most pinnacle demonstration of all, The Women’s March…

President Obama Celebrates Two Women in Tech with Presidential Medal of Freedom

By Tina Lu President Obama awarded scientists and celebrities alike the Presidential Medal of Freedom last week. Among the recipients include famous comedian Ellen Degeneres, basketball player Michael Jordan, and two women in tech—Grace Hopper and Margaret Hamilton. Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, also known as “Amazing Grace” and “the first lady of software,” had passed…

Hillary Clinton: Our First Female President (With a Vote Recount)?

By Tina Lu Democrats across the country are calling for past presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to challenge vote counts in three battleground states—Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. Though president-elect Donald Trump won the majority of the Electoral College, Clinton won the popular vote with over a 2-million-vote margin (which doesn’t matter because America still isn’t a…

10 Easy and Healthy Do-It-Yourself Snacks

By Sheereen Charles Okay so you’re a busy mom, busy student, and/or busy professional. Whatever the case may be, you’re just a woman who is always on the run, but doesn’t want to resort to convenient fast food when you get hungry. Don’t fret; I have gathered some easy, flavorful, and healthy recipes designed to…

Too Strong to Bail: How to Increase Your Involvement in Politics

By Billie Lafty Even before the Democratic and Republican nominations for the 2016 United States presidential election were officially announced, tensions were high on both sides over the potential outcome. Now that the election has passed, an overwhelming cloud of fear and uncertainty has creeped its way across the states, resulting in panicked protests for those…

After Election, Teen Reacts

By  Roann Abdeladl For the first time, I feel afraid to be Muslim in America. This might sound surprising because there were many other times when I, a hijab-wearing Muslim teenager, should have felt afraid to be Muslim in America, but, this time felt different. It wasn’t just a distant fear that faded after a few…