Student Op-Eds

From America to China: The Rights of Women

Bowen Yang ’16  Women in Leadership In early February, a UN report stated the promising progress the world has made in the past twenty years since the United Nations Summit Meeting in Cairo: women have gained greater control over their health and destiny, they have more access to education, and they are less likely to […]

Student Op-Eds Week in Review

Week in Review: The Reauthorization of VAWA Expands Protections for Women Across the Nation

Katy Walrond, ’15 Since it was signed into law in 1994, the Violence Against Women Act has been reauthorized twice with little opposition. Now, thanks to Thursday’s vote in the House, President Obama will soon reauthorize it for a third time. The Violence Against Women Act is a landmark law that has been instrumental in […]