Karin, who hails from Indianapolis, graduated from the University of Virginia in May, 2006 and is currently a law student at the University of Virginia School of Law.
Only 20 percent of Americans, including 23 percent of women, self-identify as feminists. Taking a look at some feminist efforts in 2014, it is no wonder that the term feminist provokes a negative reaction, and why so many women reject a term that was once synonymous with their empowerment.
Parents sending their children off to college this month may be surprised at some of the ways students can earn extra credit these days.
Mattel has a new Barbie, “Entrepreneur Barbie,” hitting shelves this summer, complete with a tablet, smartphone, and briefcase. Entrepreneur Barbie’s entrance into the “girl power” discussion is a good reminder that girls not only can choose among a variety of careers, but would be wise to try to think entrepreneurially about building a fulfilling life both inside and outside of the workplace.
For its latest effort to expand the appeal of the Republican Party, the Republican National Committee (RNC) launched a new ad campaign, “Create Your American Dream,” featuring Americans stating why they are Republicans. When announcing the six-figure ad buy in fourteen 2014 target Senate states, the RNC press release mentions that the ads tested well with women.
Politicians have been talking a lot about the role of women in society. We might all benefit from considering a little history on this not-so-new topic.
Maybe what we all need is a little more courtesy.
According to the United States General Social Survey, women’s overall level of happiness has dropped since 1972.
Supporters purport to use "diversity" synonymously with open-mindedness; they argue for the U-Va. administration to hire a "dean for diversity," for the faculty to offer a wider variety of classes and for students to sign a "diversity pledge."
Valentine's Day is supposed to be a day of celebrating love, romance, and the sweetheart in your life.
On campuses across the nation, young women are enthusiastically taking the stage throughout the month of February chanting a four-letter word for women’s body parts, recreating child rape and degrading men as part of The Vagina Monologues.
The Obama Campaign dominated college campuses this fall. There is no way around that. At my own campus, the University of Virginia, seeing Obama paraphernalia on my way to class became as common as seeing North Face fleeces.
On Jan. 20, 2005, George Bush was sworn in as president of the United States. On Jan. 20, 2009, Barack Obama will be sworn in as the 44th president of the United States. The University of Virginia decided to suspend classes on only one of these important days. Can you guess which one?
Feminists were devastated by Senator Barack Obama’s final Cabinet selections. Although Obama has not reversed any of his policy positions, he has committed a major crime in their eyes.
If Barracuda by Heart is Sarah Palin’s theme song, I’m Still a Guy by Brad Paisley should be Todd Palin’s theme song.
One of the first attacks launched at Governor Sarah Palin when she was announced as Senator John McCain’s running mate was that she was not smart enough to be one step away from the presidency.
The Obama Campaign has infiltrated college and graduate school campuses throughout the United States.
Both Presidential candidates are fighting vigorously to win over women voters, recognizing women could decide their fate on November 4th.
Palin grew up in an age when many of her female counterparts chose to reject marriage and husbands.
Throughout the Democratic National Convention, media outlets highlighted the faction within the Democratic Party composed of Hillary Clinton supporters who intend to vote for John McCain.
Superwoman made a curious appearance this weekend, gracing the program cover of the National Organization for Women (NOW) National Conference.