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…

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…

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…

Pro-Life Politicians Hope to Mandate Funerals for Fetuses

By Laura Nunez Abortion opponents are armed with new ammunition in the war against a woman’s right to control her own reproductive life. Referred to as fetus funeral legislation, new laws that require miscarried or aborted fetal tissue to be buried or cremated are becoming popular in states like Texas, Indiana, Louisiana, and Ohio. This…

What Hailee Steinfeld’s EP “Haiz” Says About Female Empowerment

By Raquel Geylman Hailee Steinfeld first won over our hearts in Pitch Perfect 2 as Emily, the newest Barden Bella. Although in the movie she seems innocent and boy-shy, her EP Haiz is the complete opposite. Her hit single “Love Myself” sounds like the anthem of confidence and independence, but it’s much more than just…

8 Feminist Charities You Should Be Contributing To

Marissa Eller All around the world, there are charities and nonprofit organizations that help women tackle relevant issues plaguing the female population. Are you looking to contribute to the feminist agenda with more than your words? Perhaps you could consider donating to these charities. A Safe World for Women “A Safe World for Women” is…

Society’s Perpetuation of Shame

By Sang Kromah I’ve always been a little odd without even trying. I’m a first generation American, but my full name is very un-American, and according to onlookers, I’ve never looked very American either. Throw in the fact that in elementary school, I liked wearing African clothes and loved talking about my diverse heritage, and…