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Empowerment is Personal and Political at Mercy College

Empowerment is Personal and Political at Mercy College

Matt Reich, Associate Editor

March 9, 2018

Despite over 30 mph winds, rain, and snow from a nor’easter hitting the upper East Coast, Mercy College hosted Pathways to Power: The Journey of Women to Empowerment. The conference  was about how women, especially from non-traditional backgrounds, could raise their voices and be empowered in...

Today’s Younger Generations Need a True Jackson VP

Today's Younger Generations Need a True Jackson VP

Matt Reich, Associate Editor

February 28, 2018

Zoey 101, Drake & Josh, iCarly and several other TV shows on TV channels like Nickelodeon were the shows of my years growing up. It was those types of shows that hit the mark just right. The characters were just entering high school, but were still relatable to kids between fourth and ninth grade. Th...

OP/ED: Nevertheless, These Women Persisted

OP/ED: Nevertheless, These Women Persisted

Kayla Simas, Managing Editor

February 12, 2017

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell unwittingly became part of feminist history on Feb. 7 when he cut off Sen. Elizabeth Warren while she was reading a 1986 letter written by Coretta Scott King, the wife of civil rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr., during a debate over Alabama Sen. Jeff Session’s...

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