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The Ultimate Move of BU’s Lady Pilots

By Priest Gooding It is often with reproach that Feminism is received in contemporary conversation—c, a rebuke is made against the (usually false) idea that feminism is an Unterdrücker of men. There are various self-described “meninists” and intellectuals alike who reject the idea of feminism and the pursuits of feminists, often under the aforementioned pretense; … Continue reading

Some tidbits of BU’s feminist history
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Some tidbits of BU’s feminist history

Once upon a time, Boston University was known across the country for its revolutionary decision to admit women to its academic programs. The following mention of this laudable history comes from the 1888 bookYoung People’s New Pictorial Library of Poetry and Prose: embracing history, biography, poems, stories, travels and adventures (from a chapter about the life … Continue reading

International Women’s Day: yay or nay?
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International Women’s Day: yay or nay?

So today is International Women’s Day. Most people have probably heard of this holiday solely due to Google changing its front page. Another means? Facebook. One of our guest post contributors, fegossen made this is her status, and here’s the conversation that followed between her and two other BU students. Frances: I don’t understand International … Continue reading