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IC Honors Student Spotlight: Julia Zubrovich ’19

Meet fellow honors student Julia Zubrovich from Brooklyn, NY. Julia is a sophomore pursuing a degree in Writing for Film, TV, and Emerging Media; however she is also taking classes towards minors in Deaf Studies and Theater. 226 more words

Wonder Women: Katherout

So I’m starting a new series on this blog called Wonder Women. It’s about women who inspire me or make me feel a bit more sane or are just awesome. 477 more words


We All Have A Wonder Women Inside Of Us

The novel, Wild by Cheryl Strayed demonstrates the term essentialism in a feminist perspective. Meaning, that it is opposed to the idea that women and men have different qualities, it conveys that women are just as strong as men. 412 more words

Lessons from Kendra Harrison's 'Failure'

Life is my greatest teacher and I love to observe and learn from the lives of others.  Whilst watching the Olympic Anniversary Games last weekend, I attended life school when Kendra Harrison broke a 28-year-old world record 100m hurdles.  344 more words


Comic Con 2016 Trailer Reviews-Movies

Hello everyone,

This week was Comic-Con, which meant new trailers to upcoming movies, I was going to do one trailer at a time, but I decided to do one part which will be movies and tomorrow I will talk about the TV shows. 329 more words


"Representation matters everywhere, not just in fiction, but also in our everyday IRL lives" // Review of "Wonder Women" by Sam Maggs

Title: Wonder Women: 25 Innovators, Inventors, and Trailblazers Who Changed History
Author: Sam Maggs
Date Read:
28/06/2016 – 20/07/2016
Rating: ★★★☆


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'Wonder Woman': Exclusive New Photos

Exclusive New Photos of Gal Gadot’s Superhero Movie

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman, directed by Patty Jenkins, is out June 2, 2017, but before the Amazonian warrior heads to theaters, EW has a first look at exclusive images from the film, which stars Gal Gadot as the title character.

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