Post Tagged with: "Feminism"

Editorial: Recognizing everyday sexism

Editorial: Recognizing everyday sexism

International Women’s Day just passed with a flood of female empowerment related social media posts and appreciation for all of the strong women deserving of recognition. Although we have made considerable progress with women’s rights and the movement overall, there is still a long way to go and it is by no means perfect. I think many — if not […]

by Emily Waitson· · Opinion ·
Photo by Qiao Liu

Feminist poetry slam emphasizes the importance of an inclusive agenda

“Understand that the poets are giving all that they’ve got. There’s going to be blood, but that’s okay,” Samantha Estoesta, University of Waterloo alumna and former executive director of LSPRIG, said on March 6 during a poetry slam at the University of Waterloo’s pub, The Bombshelter. “Spoken word, as a medium, is meant to be very community orientated. It’s very […]

by Shyenne MacDonald· · Arts and Life ·
What Trump’s presidency means for women

What Trump’s presidency means for women

If non-Americans think the U.S election will not affect you, welcome to your wake up call. We officially live in a time where the future leader of one of the most powerful countries in the world accepts and encourages racism, sexism and bigotry. He believes Syrian refugees are terrorists. This is the same wave of refugees who have witnessed the […]

by Emi Zibaei· · Opinion ·
Graphic by Philip Su

Gender parity problems most prevalent in economics

Research project will be conducted this year to investigate the underlying reasons for the lack of interest in economics for women

by Erika Ymana· · Campus, News ·