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Raoul Wallenberg Award Recipient Speaks at Neutral Zone

Raoul Wallenberg Award Recipient Speaks at Neutral Zone
Sarah Kerson and Shadi Ahmadmehrabi October 27, 2009

She couldn’t play soccer. They wouldn’t let her. Lydia Cacho, a Mexican feminist and human rights activist, discovered sexism at a young age. “Girls shouldn’t play soccer in Mexico.” Cacho,...

Book Review; The Weight of Silence

Book Review; The Weight of Silence
Hannah October 27, 2009

Heather Gudenkauf grew up with a unique "unilateral hearing impairment". It had lead her to find a retreat in the written word. The more she read, the more "voracious" of a reader she became, and "the...

The September Issue (2009)

The September Issue (2009)
Cody October 13, 2009

When RJ Cutler set out to make his new documentary “The September Issue” his intentions were to reveal the story of Anna Wintour, the caricatured editor-in-chief of the veritable holy grail of...

the lovely bones

Eva Roos June 10, 2009

The Lovely Bones, by Alice Sebold, is a beautifully written story coming from a tragic event. Susie is just a normal middle school girl who innocently walks through a field, when her seemingly harmless...

pride and prejudice book

Emma Hughes June 10, 2009

Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen, appeals to readers because of the era it was both set and written in: the Regency era in England. It tells the story of a family with five daughters, many of age to...

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