Kayla Platoff, Maryville University
Recent breakthroughs in 20th-century murder cases have led to a new debate over police access to genealogy databases and privacy.
In health care, despite decades of scientific advancement, systematic sexism is still alive and well — unlike the women it’s killing.
The younger generation might not be so inspiring after all.
Detractors try to discredit feminism by perpetuating myths about the activists involved, but that shouldn’t stop people from fighting for their rights.
Li is making an impact on campus through the Asian Student Union.
Burke’s pun-loving, eccentric stencils took off by word of mouth after she began designing shirts for herself. Soon, Ides was born.
The app taking the birth control industry by storm.
It’s time to throw this word out with the trash.
‘Harry Potter’ fans are learning that J.K. Rowling isn’t as progressive as she would like them to think.
Native Americans are trying to prove that their languages are alive and thriving.
Chávez has used the platform as an opportunity to focus on making the 140-year-old school more inclusive, but it hasn’t been easy.
Student Body President Savannah Putnam is bringing change to UNC Chapel Hill.
Though often overlooked, some Disney Channel Original Movies were way ahead of their time when it comes to feminist messages.
Saudi Arabian women have long been denied the same rights as men, but things will start to change in 2018.
Minority communities both in the United States and abroad are continuously the first to suffer from water insecurity.
While the hit show ‘This is Us’ has enticed millions of viewers, there are some issues that need to be addressed.
Twins Monica and Jenny Rokhman welcome their relatively normal life after competing in the Rio Olympics in 2016.
The 2020 election could be the chance for Democrats to choose the right presidential candidate based on political experience, not celebrity status.
Female-led Hollywood movies continue to make headway for gender equality.
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