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  • Dear Bystanders, It’s On Us

    College is meant to be a place where people earn a valuable education and create timeless memories. The short time spent...

    Miranda FebusApril 13, 2017
  • Trump Administration Supports Women in STEM

    As women continue to move forward as leaders in the workforce, there is still a disproportionate number of women involved in the...

    Samantha SontagApril 12, 2017
  • Saudi Women Resist Repression by Walking

    Saudi Arabia is the only country on Earth where women are banned from driving. There is no official law that enforces...

    Brielle WagnerApril 12, 2017
  • A Vision that Could Change Pakistan

    It takes a lot of strength to pursue your vision. It takes even more to keep pursuing your vision after it...

    Rachel MideyApril 11, 2017
  • Guatemalan Women Find Financial Stability

    Friendship Bridge is a nonprofit that aims to help impoverished Guatemalan women bring an end to their poverty through microfinance and...

    Jenna SalisburryApril 10, 2017
  • UN Raises Awareness of Female Genital Mutilation

    The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) will host in April the annual global consultation for their joint program on female genital mutilation...

    Jenna SalisburryApril 7, 2017
  • Cosmetic Surgeons Treating FGM

    It can be difficult to talk about sexual violence and female genital mutilation (FGM), but awareness about these issues and what...

    Catherine HorneApril 7, 2017
  • Iceland Melts Pay Gap Barriers

    Iceland is giving the cold shoulder to unequal pay for men and women. Although Iceland’s government has had equal pay laws on...

    Alyssa McGillveryApril 5, 2017
  • Firefighter Saves Dog’s Life

    Being a firefighter is truly a job for heroes, and recently, Andrew Klein has proved that yet again. The emergency responder’s...

    Ariana KraftApril 5, 2017
  • Wear Orange to End Violence Against Women

    November 25th has traditionally been the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, but just one day of the year...

    Brielle WagnerApril 5, 2017
  • Saving Nigerian Women and Girls

    On March 10th, 2017, Nigerian writer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and UN volunteer and ambassador, Unyime Ivy-King unveiled her new non-governmental organization, Save...

    Jenna SalisburryApril 4, 2017
  • Girls Not Brides: Ending Child Marriage

    Girls Not Brides is an organization that seeks to end child marriage. It defines child marriage as “any formal marriage or...

    Samantha SontagApril 3, 2017
  • Saying NO to Tunisia’s Rape Laws

    Rape culture is an ongoing global epidemic. While half the world is moving forward and denouncing the crime of rape as...

    Jenna SalisburryMarch 31, 2017
  • Girl Troop Sparks Social Change

    Two California mothers believe that young girls should be given an opportunity to learn about the social issues that affect their...

    Brielle WagnerMarch 30, 2017
  • Olympic Pressure Removes Female Restrictions

    Trying to play golf was challenging even before there were rules stopping people from playing it. Northwest of Tokyo sits the...

    Alyssa McGillveryMarch 30, 2017
  • Erasing the Brand of Sex Trafficking

    Police officers are beginning to find more ways to recognize the signs of a victim of sex trafficking. They have noticed the...

    Catherine HorneMarch 29, 2017
  • Fighting Sexism One Campaign at a Time

    Kamie Crawford and Nicholas Ferroni are activists that have made a bold and compelling statement on modern sexism. They used their photography campaign,...

    Ariana KraftMarch 29, 2017
  • Bus Driver Rescues Missing Child

    The wheels on this bus went round and round until the driver needed to hop out and save a child from...

    Alyssa McGillveryMarch 29, 2017
  • I am Jane Doe Aims to Stop Sex Trafficking

    The internet is the modern way for people to connect, learn, and create on a virtual platform. It has generated an...

    Brielle WagnerMarch 28, 2017
  • Walk Five Miles in Her Shoes

    There is a scene in the famous novel To Kill a Mockingbird in which Atticus Finch imparts some wisdom about empathy...

    Catherine HorneMarch 27, 2017
  • Women on Wings: Supporting India’s Women

    India is rapidly growing and expanding as a world economic power; however, some members are being left behind. While the middle...

    Samantha SontagMarch 27, 2017
  • Woman Uses Facebook to Help Homeless

    Meet Victor Hubbard, a man who lived alone on the same street corner for years. That ended when another woman stepped...

    Alyssa McGillveryMarch 22, 2017
  • Company Takes Big Steps for Workplace Inclusion

    Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide\ is a NYC-based advertising, marketing, and public relations agency. Earlier in January, 2017 they made an announcement for...

    Ariana KraftMarch 21, 2017
  • Shop Promotes Fair Trade for Cambodia

    When shopping for gifts, we always want to give something unique and interesting. Some people search antique markets, others custom-order products,...

    Rachel MideyMarch 21, 2017