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With all the progress made for equality and tolerance, period stigma still remains as an outdated habit that makes people with periods uncomfortable with their body.

Period stigma unwarranted, needs to change

Amanda Rowan '22, Photostory Editor June 16, 2021

As I entered high school, almost everyone had their period and, finally, it wasn't so taboo to talk about. We exchanged period stories like friendship bracelets, making sure to whisper so that no boys...

Allyship comes in many forms, but simply not supporting sexist, racist or homophobic behavior goes a long way in creating safer environments for marginalized communities.

Calling All Allies

Sydney Greenberg '21 June 16, 2021

On a trip to the city with some friends, the minute we got on the subway, I felt a feeling that women know all too well: the staring eyes of a man who is objectifying my body for his own pleasure. Suddenly...

Rape jokes perpetrate rape culture in schools, public places and even at home, causing many to feel unsafe and uncomfortable.

Rape jokes remain pervasive yet inexcusable

Tierney Kugel '22 and Carly Curran '22 June 16, 2021

“I’d let him rape me,” in reference to an attractive celebrity, “that game raped me,”or “that test raped me.”  None of this is okay.  I have overheard conversations of people making...

Anti-government protests in Iran

Anti-government protests in Iran

January 12, 2018

By Taha Banatwala ‘21 Demonstrations began December 28th in Mashhad and continued to spread through December 31st to various cities including the nation's capital, Tehran. There are countless videos...

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