Good Morning Readers,
Today I am posting as a part of the Celebrating Womanhood Event, it is a blog hop hosted by Living, Learning, and Loving Life, Cabin Goddess, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dave, Tea With Dee, and alchemyofscrawl. The reason for this event is below:
For one day, we want to drown out negativity and celebrate the beauty and pride of women.
These days it seems that some people want us to be ashamed of being women. They want us to believe that we’re less: less intelligent, less important, less human. There is so much negativity out there. For one day, we want to flood the internet with positive messages about women.
And without further ado, here is my post:
Hiya y’all, welcome to this week’s Fashionista of the week post:
Denim Shirts, Short Dresses, & Big Hats.
This is an article I wrote for my college’s newspaper, The Wellesley News, on a campus-wide debate that was going on in regards to our college government elections. This was the first time I wrote for the News Section of the newspaper, and in writing of this piece I got to interview several people, including… Read more »
This is an article I wrote for my college newspaper, the Wellesley News, about Obamacare. In it I break down Obamacare and simplify the debate by using the “three-legged stool” metaphor to represent the different parts of the law. Debates over Obamacare continue in the Supreme Court – Wellesley News – Wellesley College
“Please Stop Apologizing!” is an article I wrote for The Wellesley News’s Opinions section that was written in response to Bill Maher’s article for the NY Times of the same name. In it I talk about why overacting is not always a good thing. Please stop apologizing! – Opinions – Wellesley News – Wellesley College#
An article I wrote for the Arts section of my college’s student run newspaper about society’s newest fad: fairy tales. “Once upon a time” is timeless again – Arts – Wellesley News – Wellesley College#.T8KKF9U1_To
This is an article I wrote for my college newspaper, The Wellesley News’s, News section about a Trans* 101 workshop, open to the public, hosted by Siblings, a group for Trans students and their Allies. Trans* 101 workshop defies institutional teachings – News – Wellesley News – Wellesley College#.T8KJdNU1_To
Article I co-wrote about my college’s multicultural requirement. I focused on the multicultural requirement and whether or not it could be changed while the other writers focused on the need for a multicultural space on campus. I loved writing this article because I really got to see myself grow as a writer. I interviewed multiple people including… Read more »