Tag: women

Burritt Hosts First Annual Girls Only Lock-In

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The acronym for this event may be EWEW, however, it’s anything but. Empowered Women Empower Women was the first annual girls-only lock-in...

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

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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

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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?

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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...