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The Trash We Tell Ourselves

A funny thing happened today. I was flipping through the Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin (Vol. 97, no. 4), scanning for names I recognized (as one does with such things), when I came upon an article called… 498 more words


Woman Noir: Black Women in Media

When coming up with an idea for my activist project I thought about what kinds of ideas and issues I am passionate about. Since we are in the age of technology I knew that I wanted to do a social media based project. 563 more words


Women In Politics

I did my activism project based on an election that was taking place at UMBC. I was inspired because of the recent 2016 election and how women are represented in politics. 388 more words


Moving to the Physics Building

To inform students that the UMBC Career Center was undergoing renovations and would be temporarily relocated to a different building over the summer, I designed this poser.  15 more words


Graduation: A Decade-Long Journey

A final reflection from Carrie Cleveland as a undergraduate and Women’s Center staff member

In the fall of 1996, I started my college journey at Douglass College at Rutgers University.   942 more words

Kosher Food on UMBC Campus Activist Project

Being an orthodox Jew, I only eat kosher food. Finding kosher food on campus is very challenging as there is not that much of it available. 806 more words

Activist Project: Am I An Activist?

In early March I attended the National Young Feminist Leadership Conference. There I networked, learned how to utilize media in activist campaigns, and gained more knowledge about discourse. 367 more words