New influencers ruin the word “confidence” for our young women

Column by J1 reporter Haley Hoffman When I was little, I went home to drop my backpack on the kitchen floor, change out of my plain uniform, and hop on my bike to ride down to the neighborhood pond. I also spent many hours playing dress-up with my neighborhood girlfriends and wiffle-ball in the backyard.… Read More New influencers ruin the word “confidence” for our young women

19th Amendment conference planning hasn’t stopped because of COVID-19

By J1 Reporter Anna Dailey           In September, Marian, Mercy and Duchesne are hosting a conference to celebrate the 100th year anniversary of the 19th Amendment getting ratified. The 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote in 1920. This is an important moment in history for the all-girls schools.           “The event is going to be… Read More 19th Amendment conference planning hasn’t stopped because of COVID-19

Indigenous women are going missing at an alarming rate

Reprinted from the March Network page 1 & 3 NoraFitzsimmons     Indigenous women have gone missing or been murdered at an alarming rate across the United States. Only about 11 percent of students out of the 253 surveyed in the February/March Survey felt informed about the status of missing Native American women in the U.S., yet… Read More Indigenous women are going missing at an alarming rate

Support women’s cosmetic choices

Opinion by HollyMcCutcheon We stand at protests with signs supporting feminism while wearing a “Girls Support Girls” shirt, yet when a woman makes the choice to undergo cosmetic injections or plastic surgery, we are so quick to turn our heads. Harsh, false assumptions are made against the patient. It’s a completely contradictory action to say… Read More Support women’s cosmetic choices