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Making Cultural Connections to Embrace Diversity

Sattie Persaud came to the United States from Suriname with the hopes of gaining a college education. As it turned out, she had much...
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Jess Branas: In Tune with What Women Want, Dream of, and Deserve

Whether she’s dressed in a tux at a red-carpet event or out walking her dog Nacho, Jess Branas loves life, and it shows. She’s...
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Movie Review: Hidden Figures

Depending on which study or article you read, a woman either can or can’t have it all. No matter what, there is no denying...
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Women Overcoming Domestic Abuse Shine in Miracle Workers Documentary

To survive something as life-altering and as life-threatening as domestic violence, a person must be given much more than just a way out. They must...
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Find Your Thing and Rock It!

Writing is many things to many people. For some, it’s a hobby, an outlet, a passion. For others, it’s a bore, a snooze, or...
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Everyone Has a Story

Have you ever noticed how differently artists see the world? The joy that a musician finds in the sound of raindrops on a tin...
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Book Review: 24-Hour Woman – Cheryl Liew-Chng

Depending on which study or article you read, a woman either can or can’t have it all. No matter what, there is no denying being...
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Tania Grubbs

Vocalist Tania Grubbs has been singing as long as she can remember, in many dif­ferent venues and genres. When she was a student at...
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Laugh at First Chat with Mayan Lopez

If you ever get the chance to chat with Mayan Lopez, this funny, mature, focused young woman will tell you that, “people think ...
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