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What Colleges Need To Do To Make Student Mental Health A Priority
Experts explain how campuses can be more accepting and accommodating.
My Journey To Being Accepted As An Out Transgender Woman At Wellesley College
Student, Wellesley College, C'20
I want to be a mentor to Latinx, immigrant, and LGBTQI communities, now that I am here. This is my purpose.
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A Tale Of Two Commencement Speeches
Marketing Master - Author - Blogger - Dad
This past weekend, two very high-profile alumni from two very high-profile academic institutions went back to their alma
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Hillary Clinton Compares Trump To Nixon In Passionate Commencement Speech
“You are graduating at a time when there is a full-fledged assault on truth and reason," she told the class of 2017.
This Nora Ephron Speech Is For Women Who Think Feminism Doesn't Apply To Them
Alana Horowitz Satlin
The 21-year-old speech still rings true.
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Hillary Clinton To Deliver Wellesley College's 2017 Commencement Address
The former secretary of state graduated from the liberal arts college in 1969.
Madeleine Albright Spends Inauguration Day With America's Future Leaders
The future is most definitely female.
The Night Hate Stole From Women
Co-Founder & CEO, Health Yoga Life, www.healthyogalife.com
At about quarter past midnight on 11/8/16, I drove into my garage with my mom sitting next to me, and began to cry. It wasn't a whaling or whimpering cry. It was a cry I have had only a few times before in my life, when pain so overwhelmed me that tears seemed insignificant.
It Was Nancy O'Dell's Workplace, Not Donald Trump's Locker Room
VP of Content, BraveNew
Think about it. When was the last time that
of your company walked into your office and started talking about the failed "scoring" opportunity, the fake breasts and the fading looks of a highly ranked woman in your organization in front of her co-workers. Mad Men episodes do not count.
Why I'll Proudly Vote For Hillary Rodham Clinton
Cara Joy David
New York-based entertainment journalist
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
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“I’ve Been In College For One Week, And I Hate It!”
Carlota Zimmerman, J.D., Success Strategist
At first, college can be very scary. It’s normal to be overwhelmed.
On the 50th Anniversary of the First Woman to Run the Boston Marathon, the Inspiration is Real
Laura Brindley is a senior at Wellesley College where she runs...
This year the Boston Marathon held special meaning for me. As a senior, it's my last chance to cheer in the famous "Scream Tunnel." But this year is also the 50th anniversary of Bobbi Gibb's historic run as the first woman runner, among hundreds of men, in the 1966 Boston Marathon.
Beyond 'Pink' Games: Industry and Academia Must Work Together To Engage Women Gamers and Developers
Associate Professor of Computer Science & Media Arts & Science...
Lucia Perez, Aspiring Astrophysicist
Women’s College Alumna, Advocate, and Blogger
When Work Defines You
Founder & CEO of Eu'Genia Shea, a mother/daughter-run social e...
Is success Wall Street and money? Not for me. Success is waking up every morning fulfilled by my work and confident that I'm forging a new American Dream. I want to share a lesson my mom taught me: It's not bad to be defined by what you do, so long as you can be proud and happy in that work.
The Summer Wind of Change
Write for the Future
College Admissions Essay Program
The summers I knew were gone. Instead of flip flops, I wore sensible pumps. Instead of immersing my toes in the cool waters of the Atlantic Ocean, I dipped my feet into adulthood.
The Genius of Mad Men's Matt Weiner: It's Not Over
Same-Sex Marriage Is Legal in Mexico, Now Society Must Catch Up
Delia M. Arias De Leon
Student, Wellesley College
I am happy that we have legalized same-sex marriage. But, as social activists have been touting for years, same-sex marriage does little to address the larger issues that affect the queer community.
Boston based spin instructor and politics junkie
Disrupting the Daisy Chain: What Modern Women's Colleges Really Do
President, Trinity Washington University
Educating women is essential to alleviating poverty, fostering economic development, improving the health and education of children. Women's colleges have long served as gateways for educational and economic opportunity for women.
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