6 Influential Moments from Journalism in 2016
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6 Influential Moments from Journalism in 2016

There’s a lot to be said about the media in 2016, but regardless of what anyone thinks about journalists, there’s no denying their power in storytelling. Journalists this year have covered elections, terrorist attacks, the Olympics, the deaths of legends like Muhammad Ali and Prince, the Brexit, the destruction and terror in Aleppo, the protests … Continue reading

5 Reasons to Apply to the New York Women in Communications Scholarship Program
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5 Reasons to Apply to the New York Women in Communications Scholarship Program

  Last April, I got the incredible opportunity to attend the Matrix Awards, an annual awards ceremony that honors groundbreaking women in communications. As a New York Women in Communications scholarship winner, I was honored alongside over 20 other amazing women. It was an amazing experience and since then, winning the scholarship has given me … Continue reading

Here’s Why People Love Their Birth Control
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Here’s Why People Love Their Birth Control

Today, people all across social media are saying #ThxBirthControl. The campaign led by Bedsider and the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy encourages social media users to say thank you to their birth control using the hashtag #ThxBirthControl. The campaign’s timing couldn’t be more important. With Donald Trump’s recent election as United States … Continue reading

What The Male Birth Control Study Reveals About Healthcare Double Standards
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What The Male Birth Control Study Reveals About Healthcare Double Standards

This week, scientists announced that a test trial to introduce male birth control has ended after several male participants dropped out due to side effects including muscular cramping, mood swings, acne and changes in sexual libido. “Well, isn’t that what women experience monthly?” Many bemoaned and they’re not wrong. Every month, painful menstrual cramps, headaches … Continue reading