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…

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…

Why Hillary Clinton Should Be Our Next President

By Niraja Surendran More than just a politician, Hillary Clinton is a loving mother, daughter, wife, and grandparent. After serving as the Secretary of State under President Barack Obama, Clinton was chosen as the Democratic nominee for President in this year’s election. Clinton’s nomination for the presidency is a huge step for feminists in the…

Insider Resume and Interview Tips You Need to Know!

By Tina Lu A few weeks ago, I attended the ANNPower Vital Voices Leadership Forum in New York City. I learned a lot, and luckily, I took notes, so you can learn a lot too. Here are some of the most crucial resume and interview tips, brought to you by ANN Inc. Human Resources executives:…

Rest in Peace Jo Cox, British Female Rights Activist

By Niraja Surendran I, unfortunately, did not the know British politician Jo Cox until after her death. She was a Labour MP – Member of Parliament – who was becoming better known in her country when she was brutally murdered on June 16, 2016. Her unexpected death has prompted her family, friends, and fellow colleagues…

#BookReview: Timebound (The Chronos Files)

By Anne Jorgenson Kate Pierce-Keller, the main character of Timebound, is a sixteen-year-old girl living with her mom in Washington D.C. When her estranged grandmother arrives, asking to spend more time with her, Kate is put into a precarious position. She wants to get to know her grandmother, but Kate’s mom isn’t exactly ecstatic about…

Girls in Tech? Hell yes!

By Claire Gillepsie Because Project GirlSpire wants YOU to go into tech, here’s a few incredible role models for you to follow: Sarah Drinkwater, Head of Campus London Campus London is a physical and virtual “space” operated by Google that provides resources and communication opportunities for anyone looking to transform their ideas (business or academic) into…

Why Feminism Isn’t About Hating Men

By Tina Lu “How many of you are feminist?” I look up as my (female) teacher scribbles F-E-M-I-N-I-S-M on the chalkboard in big, bold, heavily underlined letters. Surveying the room, I notice one boy and a dozen or so girls raising their hands. A third of the class. In recent years, feminism has been associated…

Want to Start Your Own Business? Here’s How!

By Sheereen Charles Running your own business is an exhilarating yet challenging experience. It is easy to become discouraged in the early stages of starting a business, but the key to success is persevering despite the challenges. Here is a simple to guide to help you on the journey. A Creative Idea Before you start…