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Anti-abortion Demonstrations On Campus: How Far is Too Far?

WRITTEN BY Autumn Hall  On September 27, 2021, many students were shocked to see extremely graphic anti-abortion displays posted along Pedestrian Walkway as they walked to class. The large board…

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The Pink Tax and the Price of Femininity

WRITTEN BY Macy Roberts The pink tax is a less direct form of gender discrimination that refers to the up charging of products and services marketed to women.  When asked…

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4 Knoxville-Based Domestic Violence Resources

WRITTEN BY Izzy Alexander October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the United States, and it’s just as important this month as any other to keep the conversation going…

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Dr. Lori Hart & Healthy Relationships 

WRITTEN BY Mattie Hayden A take on healthy relationships according to Dr. Lori Hart during Sexual Assault Awareness month. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. As a college woman, it’s…

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The Not-So-Subtle Harassment of Women in the Gym

WRITTEN BY Annaliese Spielman Merriam-Webster defines the verb harass as “to create an unpleasant or hostile situation especially by uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical conduct.” It also defines sexual…

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The return of the Taliban, a recurring nightmare for women

WRITTEN BY Autumn Hall Before the emergence of the Taliban in the 1990s, Afghan women were able to attend college and become well-educated members of society without fear. They could…

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