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The Institute for Women’s Studies Presents Fall Friday Speaker Series

By Samantha Ward Is your schedule too crowded to squeeze in those women’s studies classes you are interested in? Fear not: There’s another way to get your weekly dose of feminism! Now through November 4, the Institute for Women’s Studies (IWS) is hosting their weekly Friday speaker series at 12:20 p.m. in room 214 at… Continue reading The Institute for Women’s Studies Presents Fall Friday Speaker Series

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The Sinister Side of the Glitz Gambit: Sexual Assault in the Music Industry

By Scotti Morris When people think of the Hollywood lifestyle, they do not consider that egregious acts, such as sexual assault, could impact or affect celebrities. Yet, pop singer Kesha, famous for her techno dance music, is currently being blacklisted by the music industry for speaking out against one of these offenses. Kesha faces a… Continue reading The Sinister Side of the Glitz Gambit: Sexual Assault in the Music Industry

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Africa Night to Promote Modern Feminism

BY MORGAN BROWN As part of the annual tradition of Ethnic Nights put on by many International Student Life (ISL) organizations, the African Student Union’s (ASU) Africa Night will be taking place February 20th and 21st in Morton Theater. This year’s Africa Night will be a play entitled “Just a Woman.” “Just a Woman,” directed… Continue reading Africa Night to Promote Modern Feminism