Generations of patriarchal fairy tales have ingrained this mindset into the heads of so many little girls. It is outdated and misguided—they do not need to be saved.
Filling the Void: Women’s Network Expands to BC
The Women’s Network connects collegiate women with other students, professionals, and industry leaders.
Campus Ministry Event Addresses Representation of Women, Sexuality in the Church
M. Shawn Copeland, Kelly Hughes, Emily Egan, and Eljuma Adoga united on April 2 to discuss issues surrounding women in the Church.
‘Who Runs the World?’ Discusses Women in International Justice
The panel featured Brinton Lykes, co-director of the Center for Human Rights and International Justice; Elista Molles, professor of international studies and political science; and Maheen Haider, a Ph.D. student in the department of sociology.
Schlozman Shakes Up Political Science Dept. Since ’74
Schlozman published an article about sexual harassment on college campuses in 1991.
Kennedy Institute Panel Discusses What’s at Stake for Women’s Health Care
Panelists at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute discussed Title X, reproductive rights, and health care disparities in Massachusetts and the broader nation.
The Judiciary Attacks Equal Pay
“The Equal Pay Act could broaden its scope to better protect women in the workplace who might suffer from this commonplace business principle.”
Women in Trump’s America
“There are many other points of President Donald Trump’s platform that one could contend with, but the blatant sexism surrounding this election struck a particular chord within me.”