Monthly Archives: November 2011

Fried Ice Cream, Cenotes and Embroidery…What?!?

As I begin to pack up my entire room and have to correct my friends that I won’t actually be seeing them after break, but rather March, I don’t think it’s really hit me. It’s surreal thinking that in less … Continue reading

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I’m Not A Feminist But…

Do you believe that women should have the right to: Vote? Then you are a feminist. Go to college? Then you are a feminist. Drive a car? Then you are a feminist. Have access to birth control? Then you are … Continue reading

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Reads for Winter

Winter intercession will be here in thirteen days -yes thirteen!- and then you’ll have over a month to take a breather from school. So, since you’ll have all that extra time on your hands why not check out one of … Continue reading

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Egypt’s Kamel Continues on Towards Presidency

After the revolution and fall of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, the country will be holding the first ever democratic presidential elections in March or April 2012. There’s another first for this event, however-Bothaina Kamel, the first woman in history to … Continue reading

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