“Everyone has something that they like. Everyone has something that they follow on social media. Yet when a young woman identifies herself or is labeled as a fangirl of a popular creator, it is suddenly a point of ridicule.”
Co-opinion editors Caitlin Segraves and Katie Freeman walk women through ways to stop settling for unsatisfying sex.
A student-run group has recently resurfaced under the name “proudamericabu” and continues to post a wealth of nationalist nonsense with a fun splash of transphobia, misogyny and capitalist bootlicking.
Expectations for the respective processes of fraternities and sororities during recruitment are consistently inconsistent, leading to frustration among some members of the Greek community.
Co-opinion editor Katie Freeman explains why the concept of ‘pulling something off’ doesn’t exist and that you should stop worrying about what everyone else is thinking.
As a power duo, the happily committed Caitlin Segraves will join hands with the chronically single Katie Freeman to critically analyze the collection of Tinder user biographies Katie has collected over the course of her time at Butler.
While women are not precluded from joining the on-court management program, they are discouraged from applying — being directed instead to back-office work
Let’s face it: Greek life prioritizes men, and there are a plethora of double standards to prove it.
The disempowerment of survivors of sexual violence is just one tactic that patriarchal structures rely on to remain in power.