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Walk of Shame

Walk of Shame

April 14, 2015

A question for the sororities: Why do you vote for the Machine?

Caroline Bechtel, Andrew Parks

March 8, 2015

SGA elections are a pivotal time for our campus each year. They determine which students among us will serve as the collective face of our student body for the 
ensuing term.It goes without saying that those elected to these pos...

Response to “Southern women face prejudice, benefit from chivalry”

Cassidy Ellis

February 18, 2015

An article by Leigh Terry entitled “Southern women face prejudices in job market, benefit from chivalry” argued that, despite the “privileges of Southern womanhood,” women from the South are leaving the region in search ...

Southern women face prejudice in job market, benefit from chivalry

Leigh Terry

February 17, 2015

Southern hospitality and the village-protection mindset make the South the best place in the country to be a woman. Strictly stratified gender norms make the South the worst place in the country to be a woman. The privileges of w...

Media needs more character variety

TJ Parks

December 2, 2014

Women should have the right to unabashedly pursue whatever occupations and character traits they desire and should be rewarded in the same measure as men for the vigor of their pursuits. The existence of this right is seeming...

Just to clarify: feminism is for everybody

UA Feminist Caucus

November 16, 2014

TJ Parks made several misguided statements about feminists in his recent article “Feminists must make their positions clear to attract more supporters.” He seemed to essentially argue that because the feminist movement doesn’...

Feminists must make their positions clear to attract more supporters

TJ Parks

November 10, 2014

The concept of feminism is misunderstood. Several weeks ago, a series of articles debated the topic of feminism, but the authors did not know that both viewpoints could be considered feminist. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionar...

American football needs to have more inclusive female representation

Vel Lewis

November 5, 2014

I grew up intensely watching college football. Saturdays consisted of my father ordering hot wings and pizza, then we would all gather around the television, cheering on the Tide and analyzing all aspects of the game. This was m...

In response to: “Feminism can make women feel inferior”

Ana Self Schuber

October 15, 2014

I would like to suggest that, instead of recalling every single stereotype for a feminist and feminism, that you sign up for Women’s Studies 200. As Eric Hoffer, author of “The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mas...

Feminism can make women feel inferior

Makade Archibald

October 13, 2014

I am writing in response to a recent letter in the Crimson White written by Luisa Sanchez. Sanchez states that gender inequality makes feminism relevant. She then gave a lot of examples of what she deemed gender inequality. She c...

Feminism still relevant as long as gender inequality continues to exist

Luisa Sanchez

October 8, 2014

For the past few years, “feminism” has been a word that’s been en vogue and is often misunderstood by men, women and transgenders. Last month, Emma Watson’s speech on feminism at the United Nations attempted to clarify the re...

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