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Women’s History Month


Photo courtesy of Women’s History Month Story by Erin Morris / Contributing Writer  There will never be enough time or space in a single article to name every woman who has had an impact on women’s history. That’s why, in honor of National Women’s History Month, we’re focusing on 10 women who’ve impacted the history …

Photo and story by KeWana McCallum / Contributing Writer The Iota Tau Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. and the June Anderson Center for Women and Nontraditional Students hosted a panel discussion on Tuesday in the Business and Aerospace Building in honor of Women’s History Month. The panel’s theme was “My Pearl is Precious,” covering …

Story by Krystal Loritts / Contributing Writer March is Women’s History Month, and since this month is dedicated to celebrating the contributions and accomplishments of women, it seems obvious to list some great songs by women today that spread not only themes of self-love but also independence, getting over relationships and not giving up on …

Photo and Story by Connor Burnard / Contributing Writer As part of women’s history month, MTSU hosted a presentation Thursday afternoon sponsored by the American Association of University Women called “Start Smart,” given by lecturer L’Oreal Stephens in the Business and Aerospace Building. Stephens, who teaches communication studies and organizational communication at MTSU and is a …

Photo by Steve Barnum / Staff Writer Laila Ali, daughter of the late Muhammed Ali, spoke in the James Union Building Wednesday as a part of a dual keynote address for Black History Month and Women’s History Month. Laila shared her life story with a loaded repertoire of being an undefeated professional women’s boxer, a …

By Melinda Lorge Contributing writer The suburban life, neighborhood gossip and 1960s family structure of the American Movie Classics’ television drama “Mad Men” were familiar to Jane Marcellus’ childhood. These familiarities led the journalism professor to feel a connection to the program that was later expressed in co-writing the nonfiction book“Mad Men and Working Women.” …