The Resonating Power of the Women’s March

By: Allyson Roche ’19 One year after an unprecedented number of people around the world took to the streets in support of women’s rights and in protest of Donald Trump’s Inauguration, 600,000 people flooded the streets of Los Angeles to support women’s rights once again. Among the hundreds of events planned across the country, the […]

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The Ongoing Fight for Equal Pay

By: Allison Roche ’19 “Rights. Not privileges. It’s that easy.” This was the battle cry of sewing machinist Rita O’Grady whose quest for equal pay let to a 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant in London. The 2010 film Made in Dagenham brought O’Grady’s fight to life, depicting how she and 187 women […]

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Bye Bye Paris Accord

The Environment’s Future at Risk By: Blathnaid Heaney ’19 (Staff Writer)         Global warming has been an acknowledged issue by world leaders for a while now. The United Nations, a collective meeting between the world powers, created a contract among these countries which works on preserving the carbon footprint of people and policing the production and manufacturing […]

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Target: A Bullseye on Your Back

By: Tiffany Mar ’21 (Guest Writer) Imagine a place where people are bullied just because they are perceived as being different. Unfortunately, this is the world we live in. Teens are bullied everyday regardless of size, age, and background. According to the Nation Bullying Prevention Center, 1 in 4 children in the U.S. have been […]

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