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#GamerGate: Getting females in the game

It’s a widely held belief that the world of gaming is considered by many to be a “boys only” club. For years, women have faced sexist remarks when they dress…

Tai Chi exercises beneficial to health

There are many forms of workout regimens that have been inspired by Eastern cultures, from board-breaking karate to back-bending yoga. However, one form of martial arts has proven to be…

Youngest Nobel winner announced

On Oct. 10 Malala Yousafzai became the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize at the age of 17, sharing the 2014 prize with fellow education activist Kailash Satyarthi. Last…

New perspective on the Heroine’s Journey

About two weeks ago, I was sitting at home on a lazy Sunday morning, and I started watching Super Soul Sunday on the Oprah Winfrey network. For this particular episode,…

“Dear White People” brings light to diversity issues

“Dear White People” brings light to diversity issues

Amid the snowy mountains of Park City, Utah, movie lovers from around the world gathered in theaters, big and small, for the Sundance Film Festival. For those of you who…

#HeforShe

When you hear the word feminism, you might be thinking about rights for women as being the primary focus of this political movement that has grown since the early 1900s.…

The “skinny” on body image

Since I was a child, I have been told that I was blessed with a wonderful figure. For those who don’t know me, I am thin and naturally so. I’ve…

Matter of the Mattress

I read an interesting story the other day about a visual arts student at Columbia University. According to several news sources such as Today and Yahoo News, Senior Emma Sulkowicz…

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