While women are not precluded from joining the on-court management program, they are discouraged from applying — being directed instead to back-office work
Women? Womxn? Womyn?
Gaining popularity over the last few decades, the different spellings of “women” has caused empowerment, discourse and controversy.
Collegian 30: Influential Butler Women
From deans and professors to administrative specialists and Atherton cashiers, women make Butler University, Butler University.
Delta Sigma Theta: A look into the largest Black sorority in the world
Delta Sigma Theta was created for Black women during a time when they were not allowed to join Greek life. Check out what the sorority has been up to since then, and why members love being a part of the organization.
Butler’s first female pilot and WWII veteran
In honor of Veterans Day, take a look at Butler graduate and member of the WASPs, Madge Minton.
Why the barbell is not as scary as you think
Columnist Alexandra Cordill shares the benefits of weightlifting for women.
“Women’s work” and female autonomy as political pawns: Trump’s State of the Union
Despite his dismal relationship with women, President Trump attempted to defend his record on women’s issues during his State of the Union address in the face of democratic congresswomen whose very career paths contradict his rhetoric.
Why women need to stop apologizing for everything
Ladies, please stop softening your words. Please stop asking for things that should be demanded. Please stop apologizing for being a queen. You are more powerful than this. Guys, please stop making us feel like we have to. We literally gave you life.
Pay gap looms over women
Good news: the pay gap between women and men in today’s workforce is the lowest on record. Wait, there is a pay gap? Within the first half of 2010, women earned roughly 81 percent of what men earned, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is the smallest pay gap recorded. Yet,…