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Good looking parents go viral

I love how viral things get a life of their own.
This video went viral a few weeks ago called
“Good looking parents sing Disney’s Frozen” 229 more words

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"It's Not A Myth. It's Math." President Obama

Erin McGoldrick ’14  Women in Leadership

Women on average earn 77 cents for every dollar that men make, inspiring the holiday Equal Pay Day.  This is an alarming statistic in present day America and has become a hot button topic in politics this April.  565 more words

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How I met your mother slash the love of my life but decided to have children first

There is TV and then there is theory –  particularly Badinter’s  ‘The Conflict – la Femme et la mére’. But lets start with TV…

There are many tv series who have pretty decent women characters. 1,115 more words

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The Paycheck Fairness Act: Blocked by Republican Senators Again

Micaela Edelson ’17 Inside Politics

On April 9, 2014, the motion to reintroduce the Paycheck Fairness Act was blocked by the U.S. Senate Republicans. Two days prior, President Obama signed an executive order that would encourage federal contractors to make salary information more accessible, so women and minorities would be able to know if they were being paid unfairly. 431 more words

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Fat shaming in the media

In Miss Representation the role of women in the news is explored as Katie Couric takes us through her career and the media’s fixation with her body. 256 more words

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The Perception of Women in Leadership

Katerina Krohn ’17  Women in Leadership

After the large success of her book Lean In, Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg’s new campaign has continued to keep people talking. 471 more words

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Equal pay day- when will that be everyday?

“…while experience, occupation, and industry explain much of the gender pay gap, there is still more than 40 percent of it that remains unexplained, the part that could be chalked up to discrimination.” 54 more words

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