Exploiting Fame for A Social Cause

The crowd at the 2017 Women's March in Washington, D.C. Courtesy of The New York Times

By Amanda Cardini, Co-editor In recent years, the U.S. has seen an eruption of several important social movements. The 2016 presidential election caused an impassioned spark that took the form of the Women’s March in early 2017, attracting more than two million protesters to streets across the globe. Washington, D.C. saw one of the larger […]

Pushing Back on Sexual Harassment

By Chris Barton, Editor-in-Chief The week before spring break, I attended a meeting. During the conversation, there was an offhand comment made about a shared physical feature of two of the women in my class. It was just a passing mention – I don’t even remember the context – but it caused the two other […]

The Danger of Denying Sexual Harassment

By Amanda Cardini, Co-editor The last year was fraught with sexual harassment claims. Perhaps beginning with numerous allegations at Fox News involving top employees like Roger Ailes and Bill O’Reilly, there seemed to be a tidal wave of claims in the months following that encompassed Hollywood stars, politicians and news anchors alike. High-profile men cast […]