The oldest historically black women’s college in America has announced that they will begin admitting transgender women, and barring transgender men.
Hillary Clinton is not a particularly gifted orator. She is a policy wonk. If you have a bridge to sell, I wouldn't recommend
Albright shouldn't have used the quote in the context she did during her campaign stop, but I feel the quote itself is being needlessly attacked. You see, I find it hard to separate my college from that quote.
In the words of Jay-Z, "Water is free." Right? Actually, wrong. It may feel free to those fortunate enough to drink designer bottled water, leaving that tap stuff for washing dishes and watering the plants. To be sure, people of all socio-economic classes expect that water from the faucet will not poison them.
The summers I knew were gone. Instead of flip flops, I wore sensible pumps. Instead of immersing my toes in the cool waters of the Atlantic Ocean, I dipped my feet into adulthood.
The following is a version of what I would like to hear Hillary Rodham Clinton say as she announces her Presidential campaign. A campaign that will lead this brilliant accomplished woman to being sworn in as the nation's 45th President.
We are witnessing a new tour-de-force in election strategy operating across the nation. It isn't based on raising a billion dollars but rather raising just enough money, less than $10 million so far, to generate excitement and get people motivated to speak out and work for a candidate who hasn't yet announced she is running.
Joanna Blackhart joins Caroline to share her story of coming out as trans in college.
So as we leave, let us commit to being Wendies in that sense, in the truest sense -- not "women who will," but dreamers and storytellers. As we have flown, run, or stumbled after our dreams through these past four years, let us continue to pursue them still.
If a Wellesley college student, walking across campus, spots a man her father's age wearing nothing but underpants, stumbling along, eyes closed and arms outstretched, she can call the police on her call and they'll be there in two minutes to remove him.
You would think that going away for a long weekend with your girlfriends would insure you returned home relaxed and happy to see your teenagers. And I was initially thrilled to see my kids. I missed them a lot.
To compete on an even playing field, we need to create our own field with teammates that respect and support what it takes for us to be healthy and whole.
I'm writing because I'm in my last semester of college and figuring out how to proceed through the next forty years feels as impossible as traveling through time.
By Katie Naymon Move over, Rosie the Riveter. There’s a new generation of feminists in town, and they’re college students
For Wellesley College, the opportunity to provide access to Wellesley professors for many around the world -- especially women -- who would not otherwise have that opportunity, is consistent with our values.
In the current recession far too much of the focus has fallen on the Middle Class and their woes. But what about the Lower Class? For them, this has been more of a continuation than a crisis.
This isn't a primary race anymore. It's a suicide pact. It's Gun Crazy II, starring Sen. Clinton as the gun-totin' candidate who fought her way up from her hardscrabble origins.
Hillary Clinton is so obviously Apollo Creed. It was Creed who surrounded himself with an entourage of yes-men who never thought for even a second that their fighter might actually have to fight.
Younger black activists and elected officials are unlikely to feel any loyalty to the Clintons, are engaged by a post-baby-boom candidate and feel more in sync with Obama on the issues.
The Ashoka Foundation is trying to encourage people to use their entrepreneurial spirit in the service of social goals and has prepared a series of DVDs on leading global social entrepreneurs.