Tag: women

Dr. Karen Longman: What’s Holding Women Back?

The Mannoia Lecture Series Presents Dr. Karen Longman, a professor at Azusa Pacific University who specializes in gender issues and faith-based higher...

Stephanie Kurlow: Intertwining Islam and Dance

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Courtney Murphy. Fourteen-year-old Stephanie Kurlow is working toward her dream of becoming the world’s first hijabi ballerina. Kurlow has...

What does it mean to be a Christian Feminist?

Written and Media by Ben Casey. Feminism is a word that sometimes invokes anger, hope, annoyance or gratitude in those who hear it. It is used in...

Women’s Softball Florida Recap

Written and Media by Miguel Fabela. The Greenville College Softball team entered Clermont, Fla. with a record of 2-8-1. They played doubleheaders all week against...

NCAA Women’s Division 1 Basketball Tournament Preview

Written and Media by: Alex Carie   As the Women’s NCAA tournament seeds came out, it was no surprise to anyone with who received the number one...

Krochet Kids

Written by Megan Burns. Media by Baylen Whitfield. Krochet Kids is a non-profit organization started by three college friends, striving to make a difference...

W-O-M-E-N Does Not Spell Feminism

Written by Carrie Baker. Media by Kayla Morton. There has certainly been a lot of talk about women lately. Not only is March 2016, Women’s...

Marvel’s Women of Power

Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Courtney Murphy.   On March 3, Marvel Games and Marvel Publishing launched “Women of Power” initiatives, updating and celebrating many...

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Preview

Written and Media by Miguel Fabela The Greenville College Men’s and Women’s Tennis teams are primed to begin the 2016 season with plenty of offseason...

Feminism and the Media: Reshaping our Perceptions of Women

Written by Beth Watkins.  Media by Stephen Hillrich. American media has never been kind to women.  Whether it’s the bikini-clad woman sensually devouring a Hardee’s...