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Women's Education is a Global Issue

By: Swati Srivastava

UNICEF means different things to different people, but the overall cause is to provide people with a chance to change the quality of their life and more importantly change the lives of their children. 518 more words

Review: For the Right to Learn - Malala Yousafzai's Story

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For the Right to Learn: Malala Yousafzai’s Story
by Rebecca Langston-George

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Those of you who know me know that girls’ education is a cause that is near and dear to my heart. 545 more words

Book Reviews

Upcoming TRIVIA NIGHT: Girls' Education

Come join us @6PM Wednesday, September 23 to learn more about barriers to girls’ education and for our Girls’ Education Trivia Night with prizes! Location: Find us in the BIF Atrium! 30 more words

Educating Girls Benefits Everyone. Help us Make a Global Impact.

These inspiring women tell us about the global impact of educating girls.

Help us help send more girls to school! Our campus chapter has set our fundraising goal for… 29 more words

Why Girls?

“No country can get ahead if it leaves half of its people behind” -Secretary of State John Kerry

BUT… What about the boys?

Nicholas Kristof says it well. 75 more words

First Meeting of the Year: September 9, 2015 @ 6PM in 1051 Lincoln Hall

Did you get a chance to sign up for the free raffle on the Quad? If not, come to our first meeting THIS WEDNESDAY September 9, 2015 @ 6PM in 1051 Lincoln Hall for some more free giveaways and to learn about our cause, events, how to get involved, and more!

A Run for Equality

In all corners of the globe, women continue to fight gender equality, and students Jharana and Sirjana are no different.

Upworthy reports that in the students’ native Nepal, women are “ 184 more words

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