Assistant Arts Editor Jillian Ran discusses the double standards that female musicians face when it comes to their voices.
Survivor of Chronic Illness Describes Sexism in Healthcare System
Over 50 million people in the United States suffer from some chronic illness, the majority of which are autoimmune diseases.
‘Be Brave, Be Bold:’ Swift Advises Students Interested in Politics
Rather than talking about the issues she was passionate about, the media criticized Swift’s appearance and marital status during her term.
Feminism’s Fight Club
“But men, as much as we want to articulate our perspective, by talking more than them, we are actively perpetuating the exact issue women are trying to bring to our attention.”
‘#LikeABoy’ Twitter Reaction To #LikeAGirl Verifies Ad’s Societal Relevance
The negative, “meninist” response that quickly followed the Super Bowl’s airing of Always’ one-minute, #LikeAGirl commercial exposes the utter gravity of the movement—and of feminism in general.
Opportunities Available To Women Evolve With WRC’s Increased Role On Campus
“Resolved: that the emergence of women from the home is a regrettable feature of modern life.” This was a question from a 1930s debate competition, in which Boston College upheld the affirmative side of the argument against Bates College. An article in The Heights Jan. 21 issue from that year reports that, although no winner…