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Taking care of your body

Rosa Salazar, Copy Editor

April 26, 2019

Filed under Columns, Opinion

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention website, the leading cause of death for men and women in the U.S. is heart disease. In a 2015 study, the CDC stated heart disease claimed the lives of 24.4 percent of males of all ages. As for women, it claimed 22.3 percent.  Besides heart attacks, what other heart diseases are there? But first what is heart disease...

Feminism: Comparing crime and consequences

Rosa Salazar, Copy Editor

April 5, 2019

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Is there a double standard between crimes committed by men versus crimes committed by women? You bet your sweet bippy. But before we begin talking statistics, let’s define what a crime is. A crime is “an action or omission that constitutes an offense that may be prosecuted by the state and is punishable by law.”  Basically, it’s doing stuff you know you shouldn’...

Who pays for my food?

Rosa Salazar, Copy Editor

March 13, 2019

Filed under Columns

Women and especially men have certain expectations to fill when it comes to dating. For example, as a man, you are expected to make the first move a.k.a. asking the girl out and planning the date whether it be to a restaurant or the movies or any other cliché activity. Let me tell you when you are courting a woman it is very attractive to show some type of effort and...

Discrimination against men

Rosa Salazar, Copy Editor

February 22, 2019

Filed under Columns

You can’t have a feminist column and not talk about men. Did you know men are discriminated against for their gender? One discrimination is they can receive longer prison sentences compared to their female counterparts. In a study conducted by Sonja B. Starr, a law professor at the University of Michigan, found gender disparities in federal criminal cases. In her...

Feminism: Why isn’t there more women in charge?

Rosa Salazar, Copy Editor

February 8, 2019

Filed under Columns

Let's talk about feminism and the relationship with the U.S. government. Let's begin with political representation. Back in 1789, when the Constitution was written, its goal was "to establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity." The Constitution...

What is feminism and why is it important?

Rosa Salazar, Copy Editor

January 24, 2019

Filed under Columns

The best definition of feminism comes from Wikipedia! It states, “Feminism is a range of social movements, political movements, and ideologies, that share the common goal to define, establish and achieve political, economic, personal, and social equality of sexes. This includes seeking to establish educational and professional opportunities for women that are equal to those...

Op-Ed: How to believe women in the era of the #MeToo movement

Haley Duval, Reporter

October 15, 2018

Filed under Commentary, Opinion, Perspectives

The testimony of Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford captured many people’s attention around the country through social media. Ford appeared at the Senate hearing to address her allegations of sexual assault against Kavanaugh. Ford alleges the assault took place in 1982, at the hands of Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge. Upon watching and following the h...

Women at fault for their inferiority

Marcus Castro, Reporter

May 7, 2015

Filed under Opinion

For many decades, men have been at fault for women’s inferiority, but women are at fault as well. When it comes to the feminism movement and women’s advancement in society, people say that women have made it far. The reality is, women haven’t made it nearly as far as they need to. One of the reasons that men are at fault for women’s subjugation is that men have...

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