A Message to Female Students

by Sarah Nahrgang As our Christmas break comes to a close and the next semester quickly approaches, I’d like to take the time to say some much-needed words to my fellow women at Penn State, which are, to say the least, a bit controversial, though nonetheless necessary. They are necessary because no one else will tell you these things. Not your liberal professors, nor your feminist friends, nor your boomer parents. The social experiment that is feminism has failed…

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Liberal feminists must stop harming the cause of feminism

by Deb Saxe The definition of feminism is a belief in the equality of the sexes, making feminism an attractive and viable idea with broad appeal. Simply put, feminism is for everyone. Much has been said about feminism since the birth of the American women’s rights movement nearly 170-years ago at the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848. In our current “woke af” culture, there is increasing debate over whether or not conservatism has a place within feminism. Conservatives who express…

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