Monthly Archives: November 2014

New Doll Reflects the Average Woman

In a material-driven world, what we see on the screen can start to make us believe it is reality. Nickolay Lamm, artist and producer of the company Lammily, is combating these negative thoughts with the creation of the newest doll, … Continue reading

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Being a Better Bystander

My coworker (Bill Arnold) and I have been working on being more effective bystanders for over a year now. We have facilitated trainings, spoken one-on-one with people who want to know how to help those around them, and even told … Continue reading

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Walk a Mile Reflection

This past Saturday, the Walk A Mile In Her Shoes march took place on Ohio University’s campus, with over 140 men marching. The demographic of men that marched was unique this year as compared to past marches, in that it … Continue reading

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Representation in Media is Crucial

     Media is a representation of reality. This means the media is composed of perceptions of what life is and then broadcast to viewers at home. The media can be used with good intentions, such as raising awareness and … Continue reading

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