Sim ShahAssociate Features Editor For some, “feminism,” is a dirty, dangerous word that threatens to disrupt order. For others, it is simply the belief that people should have the same rights and be treated with . . .
Simren Shah Associate Features Editor On Friday October 26th, Millersville University hosted the annual Teenage Girls Empowerment Summit. The summit kicked off with breakfast and speakers. The speakers included Tina Wells, (CEO and founder . . .
Anastasia Muncie Staff Writer A scandalous topic, something you never would want to speak of in front of your parents. The paraphernalia you hide stealthily in your bag or purse, a solemn “Scarlett Letter” bore . . .
Kelsey Bundra Editor In Chief My experience in four different countries this summer has shown me that street harassment towards women is not just US problem; it’s a global, societal problem. Street harassment is any . . .
Mickayla Miller News Editor Feminism is one of the largest social movements to take place in western society, yet it’s possibly one of the most misunderstood concepts in today’s culture. By definition, feminism is “the . . .
Maria Rovito Managing Editor Many Democrats, women and feminists tuned in to a very important announcement on Sunday afternoon: Hillary Clinton’s announcement to run for president in the 2016 national election. A few minutes after . . .
Maria Rovito Managing Editor As a 20-year-old female attending college, I can say without a doubt that I am a feminist. I support equal rights for all, and believe that all humans deserve basic fundamental . . .
Maria Rovito Opinion Editor “Unapologetic.” This is the name of the campaign of Mattel and Sports Illustrated, joining forces to bring readers everywhere Barbie on the cover of Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit edition of 2014. The . . .