Gender Studies

Crime
Eloisa Sanchez Urrea

The SCUM Manifesto

Valerie Solanas had a very troubled childhood. When she was young, she was molested by her father, and soon after, her parents divorced. Once she

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African and African American Studies
Max Lerma

Teaching Us R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

She possessed one of the strongest and most memorable voices in the history of music.  She captivated her audiences, then and now. Her amazing talent

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Academic Explanatory
Steven Hale

Outsiders in Frankenstein

Two hundred years after Frankenstein’s release, scholars and casual readers alike continue to study Mary Shelley’s most prominent work. On the surface, Frankenstein is simple horror:

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Descriptive Article
Clarissa Gonzalez

Yeon-Mi Park: Crossing To Freedom

“To me, Hyesan was home,” explained Yeon-Mi Park, a young North Korean defector.1 Hyesan, her home, had a power grid with no promise of continuously working,

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Descriptive Article
Cristina Cabello

Betty Friedan: A Voice For All

In 1957, Smith College hosted the most important class reunion ever to be held in the history of America. Betty Friedan, a student of that

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