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Be the First

By: Sasha Nieves

How would you feel if someone denied you your education?

Children and teens all over the United States are required by law to attend school and receive an education. 577 more words


Celebrating International Women's Day 2015

“The strength of a woman is not measured by the impact that all her hardships in life have had on her; but the strength of a woman is measured by the extent of her refusal to allow those hardships to dictate her and who she becomes.” ― C.

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Club works to end sexual disparity

By Samantha Greaves1851 Staff

She’s the First, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing education to young women in developing countries, started a chapter on the Lasell campus in spring 2014. 344 more words

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Women's Center Photo Spotlight: She's the First

Check out our Women’s Center Photo Spotlight to learn about the wonderful women’s groups on campus and what their members like most about being a part of their group. 26 more words


5 Books You May Not Have Read

I absolutely love to read, and in my years of being an avid consumer of literature and knowledge I have come across several books that not many other people have read or heard of. 748 more words

Resolve to Advocate and Educate in 2015

Too many times in my life I have encountered people who have limited (or no) knowledge about the topics that I am passionate about and find invaluable in daily life, and I’m sure you have too. 407 more words

#BakeAChange 2014

A few years ago, I never would have thought that a tie-dye cupcake would hold any significant meaning for me.

Now, after being part of She’s the First for a little more than a year, I know that tie-dye cupcakes are one of the most unique tools to effect change in the global education of girls. 347 more words