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7 Empowering Books Every Woman Should Read Before She’s 30

2017 has been a great year for women. Women are sitting in some of the highest seats in the Trump administration. We’re winning awards left, right, and center. As a voracious reader, I’ve noticed an increasing proliferation of female centered success and self-help books in recent years.  2017 was no [...]

6 Job Paths For English Major Graduates

Whenever you tell someone you’re a college student, the first thing they’re going to ask you is either what institution you attend or your major. When one of those doesn’t satisfy their standards, they’re going to ask you what you plan on actually doing with your life. Even though I’m [...]

A Message To Hillary Clinton From A Conservative Woman

Dear Hillary Clinton, As I read the transcript from your NPR interview, I was taken aback. That is saying it simply. “And Sheryl ended this really sobering conversation by saying that women will have no empathy for you, because they will be under tremendous pressure — and I'm talking principally [...]

16 Things I Wish I Knew Before Joining A Sorority

Fall is in the air once again which means it’s every sorority woman’s favorite, and least favorite, time of year: recruitment. If you’re already a sister chances are you’re scoping out a potential little or grand-little, drinking seven cups of tea a day to make sure you don’t lose your [...]

How To Make the Most Of Office Hours This Semester

Everyone wants to start it off on the right foot, earn good grades, and find happiness in and outside of the classroom. Although it's mid September, it's not too late. One of the most sure-fired ways to improve your semester inside the classroom is to visit your professor’s office hours. [...]

5 Misconceptions Pro-Choicers Spread

Just about every pro-lifer has been in a debate with a pro-choicer. We have all heard the same talking points they like to throw around, half of them not even being true. Here, I have compiled five of the misconceptions pro-choice people often use in arguments and why they are [...]

10 Bible Verses For The Anxious College Woman

College is weird. In four years, we are supposed to soak up a bunch of knowledge, find out more about ourselves, the world around us and all while deciding what it is we want to do career wise for the rest of our lives. It is the absolute best time [...]

10 Creative Ways To Save Money On Your Utility Bill

Before receiving my first utility bill, I constantly would run out of my apartment with all the lights on, my window still open, and the air conditioning running on blast. Soon, I realized these were all terrible habits. I made a conscious decision to keep my utility bill as low as I [...]

Mormon, GOP Senator Announces His Support For Medical Marijuana

Senator Orrin Hatch, a Mormon conservative Republican representing Utah recently announced his support for medical marijuana. Senator Hatch just introduced the Marijuana Effective Drug Study Act, or MEDS Act, to improve research on the medical benefits of marijuana. If passed, the bill would remove regulations that both prevent high quality [...]

15 Reasons Women Didn’t Vote For Hillary Clinton

In a recent interview with NPR, former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton claimed women didn't vote for her because they were “under tremendous pressure from fathers and husbands and boyfriends and male employers not to vote for "the girl." In other words, according to Hillary Clinton, women can’t think for themselves. [...]