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Films: a platform for gender empowerment

A woman sits in the busy streets of New Dehli, the capital of  India. The city is home to the Indian parliament, which is making strides to amend laws against the
December 6, 2016

In a country where women’s rights have progressed so much over the last 7 decades, it is easy to overlook the plight of the female gender across the world. According to Overcoming Violence, a group of...

Weekly music playlist: contemporary female R&B artists on the rise

Atlanta-based artist, Abra, performing her hit song,
September 15, 2016

This week's playlist features eccentric female artists who bring unique and innovative idiosyncrasy to the R&B genre compared to traditional counterparts .

Why hating Kim Kardashian is played out

Why hating Kim Kardashian is played out
October 20, 2015

I am not a viewer of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. I have never once played the Kardashian mobile game nor ever laid eyes on their social media accounts before researching for this article. In short...

OP-ED: Off with tradition’s head

Student, Sam Waters, stands in the halls of Lambert with confidence in her talking points.
October 19, 2015

It’s not surprising that a nation built under the principle of “all MEN are created equal” would discriminate against women.  In today’s society the traditional roles, values, and thoughts placed...

Getting Comfortable with the “F-Word”

Society should work on embracing feminism instead of rejecting it.
October 7, 2015

Chances are, if you’re a woman and you’re also wearing pants, you’re a feminist. A bold statement, yet it rings true all the same.   Feminism, as defined in Merriam-Webster, is “the...

Country duo makes a big splash

Madison Marlow (left) with Tae Dye (right) on their new album
October 6, 2015

A new country duo consisting of girls Maddie Marlow and Tae Dye made a huge splash in country music last year with the release of their hit single “Girl in a Country Song” which poked fun at the typical...

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