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Deciphering Feminism

Deciphering Feminism

Shuvi Jha

January 29, 2018


Filed under Multimedia, National, NEWS, News Multimedia

[dropcap]2017[/dropcap] was the year women's voices were allowed to ring loud and free as the #MeToo movement pushed for equality. It was the year when White House adviser Kellyanne Conway refused to call herself a feminist “because it [seemed] to be very anti-male and very pro-abortion,” and the y...

Students respond to International Women’s Day

Students respond to International Women’s Day

Anjana Melvin

March 18, 2015


Filed under NEWS

On March 8, 2015, men and women around the world celebrated International Women’s day, applauding the achievements of women and their progress in society while recognizing the amount of work left to be done for gender equality to become a global reality. The theme this year was: “Empowering Women—...

We are equals

We are equals

Maya Murthy

September 24, 2014


Filed under Columns, From the magazine, Print news

Sometime over this summer, the word feminist at our school became a slur. In between the Facebook posts, the angry comments, the articles sent back and forth, a woman looking for equal pay and some representation in her governing body became something ridiculous, ludicrous, obscene. So, I’m just...

Gender-neutral pronouns are socially beneficial

Gender-neutral pronouns are socially beneficial

Jady Wei

April 30, 2014


Filed under OPINION

Gender disparity has long been a contentious issue our society has faced. From the Women’s Rights Movement to the modern transgender debate, our culture tends to be very sensitive when it comes to discussing gender roles. As the world’s top ranking gender-egalitarian nation, Sweden remains...