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Another brick in the wall

Why Journalism? As I write this, I am preparing to fly out tomorrow to attend the National College Media Convention in Washington, DC. Unlike some of my peers, I didn’t grow up wanting to be a journalist. I only became interested in journalism as a

Another brick in the wall

Touchy-Feely Politics Democrats apparently can’t agree if sniffing someone’s hair is creepy. Former candidate for Nevada Lt. Governor, Lucy Flores, claimed in a piece for The Cut that at a political rally she attended with Joe Biden in 2014, the former Vice President approached her

Jamie Newton challenges sexism through storytelling

Newton receives CU’s Presidential Diversity Award The University of Colorado presents as many as four President’s Diversity Awards each year for the achievement of “developing a culturally and intellectually diverse university community reflective of inclusive excellence.” Recipients receive $2,000 and are picked from any of

Another brick in the wall

#MeToo and Congress On March 11, I was scrolling through the news and saw a headline from Politico that gave me pause: “Former Gillibrand aide resigned in protest over handling of sex harassment claims.” I reread the headline to make sure I understood correctly. Kirsten

Phoenix Center responds to “Me Too”

Center’s resources useful commodity Fall 2017 was the beginning of the “Me Too” movement focusing on raising awareness to sexual harassment and assault. The public saw celebrities release their stories of the corrupt industry as well as friends and family break the silence and describe

What Aziz Ansari can teach everyone about masculinity

Accusations against Ansari mirror male behavior Aziz Ansari is responsible for ruining at least one woman’s perspective on men and dating. In an article by feminist website babe.net, titled “I went on a date with Aziz Ansari. It was the worst night of my life,”

#TimesUp at the Academy Awards

Film critics take accusations into account Amidst ongoing revelations coming out of the #MeToo movement, the nominations for the 90th Academy Awards were announced on Jan. 23—and the Academy appears to be taking recent accusations into account. While critical darlings like The Shape of Water

From the Editor | Taylor Kirby

ME TOO On Oct. 14, actress Alyssa Milano posted the following tweet: “If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote ‘Me too’ as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.” She quickly followed that