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.
Superwoman made a curious appearance this weekend, gracing the program cover of the National Organization for Women (NOW) National Conference.
This political season, the Democratic primary quickly turned into a lightning rod for discussing sexism, the “glass ceiling” and the good ol’ boys club.
Listening to Hillary Clinton’s concession speech last weekend made me feel like an unwilling participant in a 21st century “consciousness-raising” session.
We are in the midst of graduation season. Commencement ceremonies are a time for celebrating the achievement of students.
San Diego beating University of Connecticut? West Virginia defeating Duke? Davidson in the Elite Eight? Who would have predicted these upsets? I guess this is why they call it March Madness.
Feminists have been on the prowl this month, making lots of noise.
The “women’s vote” matters. Women made up a majority of voters in 2004. According to the Census Bureau, women currently comprise 52% of the electorate and women are known to be more likely to show up on Election Day.
While political analysts too often divide the electorate into tiny monolithic voting blocks for nothing more than the ease of discussion, the Iowa, New Hampshire and Michigan primaries reveal that the “youth vote” really does matter.
>While the effort to adopt a mandatory diversity course has been successfully defeated on many college campuses, this threat to academic integrity is reappearing in the form of a “Community Engagement” program on campuses.
If a newly hired employee led his organization to a 20-year low in profits, Donald Trump’s famous phrase, “You’re Fired,” would most certainly be invoked. Well, for most people. Apparently, this general rule doesn’t apply to women because the public is actually to blame.
Based on the benign title, Women and Gender Studies, it would be easy at first to mistake these bastions of feminism as unbiased intellectually honest academic departments.