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Meet the Community Outreach Committee Leaders: Amanda Ashley and Yan Chen

Amanda Ashley (Left)

Hello everybody! My name is Amanda Ashley, and I am a Committee Leader for the Community Outreach Committee. I will be a sophomore in Questrom this year, and will most likely be concentrating in International Management and Marketing. 216 more words


Was I the only one a bit confused by the latest Harry Potter instalment?


Was I the only one a bit confused by the latest instalment of Harry Potter?

Yes it is written in a play format, that’s not my problem – I endured English Literature A-Level. 1,428 more words

Why I will always be thankful to Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington announced today she is to step down as editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post, the hugely successful online newspaper she created back in 2005. She leaves to run a new venture, Thrive Global,a project designed to combat workplace “burnout”.In her own words : “A corporate and consumer well-being and productivity platform”. 497 more words


Falling off the ladder and climbing back up: my story.

Before I begin, I would just like to say that all I am doing in this post: is sharing my story. Telling myself I was unimportant, not significant enough and didn’t matter wound me up to where I got to at Christmas last year. 1,362 more words

Harley Quinn: finding inspiration in the darkest of places.

When I say dark, I don’t mean where there is no light. My eyes shut. The curtains closed.

No, I’m talking about finding inspiration in dark characters. 517 more words

The age of female leadership?

Well isn’t this interesting – women are taking over the world. We have a female Prime Minister, the most powerful politician in Europe is a woman and I can’t be the only one fervently hoping that the next US president is a woman because the alternative is too ghastly to contemplate. 1,286 more words

Human Resources

Funmilayo Kuti, the Mother of Africa

Mid October 1946, Abeokuta, now in Nigeria. Thousands of women protested the increase of the taxes imposed on female merchants of the Abeokuta markets since 1918. 683 more words