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American Studies Student Groups hosts Feminism in America roundtable 

Grace Lovins, Senior Reporter March 30, 2022

The newly restarted American Studies Student Group made their big debut with the “Feminism in America” roundtable discussion on March 24. The roundtable, the organization’s first event since regrouping,...

The Minnesota Supreme Court has made clear they prioritize alcohol consumption over accountability.

Minnesota Supreme Court victim blames: Sexual assault not just women’s issue

Emily Morris, Managing Editor March 27, 2021

The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled alcohol consumption trumps accountability in a Minnesota sexual assault lawsuit on Wednesday, March 24. Once again, sexual assault is posed as only a women’s issue,...

Its time for a change. It’s time we place some respect on women and give them what they deserve. Feminism simply isn’t enough — it’s not intersectional enough, it’s not achieving enough, it’s not moving fast enough.

Feminism isn’t enough, it’s time we demand male oppression

Lauren Karmo, Managing Editor March 10, 2021

With it being International Women’s Month, I got to thinking about how feminism just isn’t doing it for me anymore. Equality between men and women? Absolutely not. Ladies, it’s about time we demand...

The Feminists of OU hosted a bake sale where prices were based on race and gender.

Feminists’ bake sale’s prices vary based on gender, race

Cheyanne Kramer, Web Editor November 1, 2016

The Feminists of OU hosted an Equal Pay Bake Sale on Oct. 27 in South Foundation Hall’s Fishbowl Lounge. The bake sale offered numerous dessert items, but the big draw was a sign in the front of...

Members of the student org Feminists of OU held the slut walk event on campus and carried around signs protesting to end rape culture.

Feminists of OU hold Slut Walk

Cheyanne Kramer, Web Editor October 4, 2016

“Feminism is not a dirty word,” said Natalie Noland, president of the Feminists of OU. Noland and her executive board coordinated a march called the Slut Walk, which was held at Oakland University...

Phyllis Schalfly, advocate against feminism passes away

Amy Swanson, Staff Reporter September 13, 2016

In the fight for women’s rights, one challenger stood out to be especially controversial: the female activist Phyllis Schlafly. Schlafly, leader of the Stop ERA Campaign, died Sept. 5 at the age of...

The Real Deal: Why you might be a feminist and not even know it

Ryan Fox January 11, 2016

In my short time being involved in politics, I’ve noticed a surprising trend. Most people seem to refrain from identifying as being a feminist. Even my liberal and progressive colleagues will refrain...

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