Street harassment: fighting back with ingenuity

“Really?” we responded in incredulity. This was a ninth-grade personal development and health class and our teacher had just told us that catcalling, wolf whist …

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Diversity is Disappointed with Fashion, Again.

Yet in the fashion industry, despite years of debate, controversy and even vain attempts at trying to be more sensitively aware, disappoints again. It seems to have …

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The Industry For Women, by Women

The rise of the female direction is prominent in the new year, and continues to grow in the fashion industry. From New York’s first all-hijab collection by Indone …

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Love Must Trump Hate.

As I write this, I’m watching a torrent of people form in protest outside JFK airport. Others are assembling just as quickly at LAX, Dulles, Atlanta, BOC, SFO, O …

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To those that use the term “All Lives Matter”

To those that use the term “All Lives Matter” If all lives mattered… Black lives wouldn’t be so devalued; Black lives wouldn’t be so in danger. If all liv …

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Vote For Change.

My parents are not outwardly political. I mean, they’re engaged. But there was no petitioning, picketing, or protesting during my childhood. I know what their pol …

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Trump and the Death of Diplomacy

In just 140 characters or less, U.S. President Donald Trump has proven time and time again that words have meaning and, if you’re in a position of power, conseque …

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The IRL Panel hosted by Emma Gannon and Laura Jane Williams

I am a creature of the internet and comfort. I’ve met my best friends online, found the people that get me and become a part of communities of people that get it. …

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One Step at a Time for Diversity

It finally feels like the industry is slowly starting to progress with the understanding of diversity, and rightfully so, after having been slammed for fallin …

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Patrick Price on Content Creation, Creativity, and His New Role with Collarts.

Collarts, also known as the Australian College of the Arts, are celebrating a new chapter in the life of the school. After recently acquiring the Mercer School of I …

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Not only willows are weeping

Not that there’s anything wrong with trees. They provide oxygen, which is always handy, and it is hard to deny they do have a certain serene beauty. Nevertheless, …

Vote For Change.

My parents are not outwardly political. I mean, they’re engaged. But there was no petitioning, picketing, or protesting during my childhood. I know what their pol …

Travelling Soldier

The Dixie Chicks once sang about the travelling soldier. The song is an expression of the fleeting affection received by small town American girls from the deeply e …