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December 2017

The Cluster

Refuge in Music: Mercer student designs after-school music education program for refugee children resettled in rural Georgia — December 12, 2017

November 2017

The Cluster

SGA talks registration, resumes and racism — November 27, 2017

SGA makes progress on adding 24/7 study space and a new parking deck, discusses reforming CLA general education requirements — November 10, 2017

October 2017

The Cluster

SGA announces Small Business Day and Spiff Up The T events — October 30, 2017

Wesleyan College hosts Women With Purpose Festival to empower women in the community, Mercer student gets involved — October 27, 2017

Wifi upgrades and more seating coming soon to Tarver Library — October 26, 2017

SGA approves four Conference and Lodging requests, responds to student input about race relations, Pilgrimage, and more — October 25, 2017

SGA celebrates library renovations, recognizes Vegan Club and addresses student concerns regarding dining and race relations — October 23. 2017

Campus leaders recognized by United Nations for their work with female empowerment club — October 11, 2017 (also published on Mogul)

Service Scholars plan week-long event to foster informed conversations about sex — October 10, 2017

SGA approves Bear Grant for American Chemical Society; emphasizes further campus outreach including Pilgrimage to Penfield — October 10, 2017

Mogul

Wesleyan College hosts Women With Purpose Festival to empower women in the community, Mercer student gets involved — October 25, 2017

During the #MeToo Campaign, Let’s Remember The Type of Sexual Abuse We Often Overlook: Coercion — October 18, 2017

5 Things You Know If You Attend Mercer University: Freshman Edition — October 4, 2017

September 2017

The Cluster

Opinion: While delayed recruitment frustrates upperclassmen, this first-year finds many benefits — September 26, 2017

New video and broadcasting director joins Mercer Athletics with high hopes for the future — September 15, 2017

The “Presidential” Pardon of Joe Arpaio is Anything But — September 15, 2017

Mogul

Meet Your President — September 20, 2017

Step Up Magazine

Joe Arpaio — September 2, 2017

Politics Means Politics Premium

The “Presidential” Pardon of Joe Arpaio Is Anything But — September 9, 2017

August 2017

Step Up Magazine Summer Edition

Interview with Leonard Kim: Page 100 of the August Edition — August 13, 2017

Step Up Magazine

Celebrate National Women’s Equality Day by Supporting These 5 Causes — August 30, 2017

How to Be a Respectful Roommate — August 28, 2017

3 Reasons to Support Local Businesses — August 28, 2017

4 Thoughts You Will Have During Your First Week of College — August 22, 2017

The Basis of the “North Korea Problem” — August 13, 2017

Rising College Costs Leave 68% of Potential Students Unsure of their Chance for an Education — August 11, 2017

Girls Rock Athens — August 10, 2017

What’s Going On With the Flint Water Crisis? — August 3, 2017

Why We Need to Start Paying Attention to John Delaney — August 2, 2017

Women’s Republic

6 Inspirational Women To Celebrate On National Women’s Equality Day — August 28, 2017

Why Sally Yates Is One of My Personal Role Models — August 24, 2017

Girls Rock… Literally: My Experience Working at an Intersectional Feminist-Based Summer Music Camp — August 10, 2017

Girls Rock Athens Blog

GRA 2017: Day 5 — August 5, 2017

GRA 2017: Day 4 — August 4, 2017

GRA 2017: Day 3 — August 3, 2017

GRA 2017: Days 1 & 2 — August 1, 2017

July 2017

Step Up Magazine

When It Comes to Combatting Climate Change, You Probably Aren’t Having the Impact You Think You Are — July 26, 2017

“Democracy Dies in Darkness”: How Attacks on the Media Threaten American Society — July 24, 2017

What Chester Bennington’s Death Can Teach Us About Suicide — July 22, 2017

The Science Behind Internet “Trolls” and Online Harassment – And How to Take the High Road — July 19, 2017

Betsy DeVos Is Threatening Title IX. As a Woman Entering College, Here’s Why I’m Concerned. — July 18, 2017 (extended version here at Women’s Republic and here at Politics Means Politics)

Mental Healthcare Is a Human Right — July 13, 2017

Why Is Mental Illness So Prevalent Among Creatives? — July 11, 2017

Planned Parenthood Closing Down in Iowa Provides a Glimpse of a Frightening Future for Women’s Health — July 7, 2017

Controversial European Court Case Gives Anti-Vaxxers More Alarmist Ammunition — July 4, 2017

Women’s Republic

Leadership in America: Where Are The Women? — July 26, 2017 (also published in Athena Talks)

The Pendulum Swings Both Ways: How We Feminists Need To Rebrand Our Movement — July 14, 2017

Why Did It Take 46 Years For Yoko Ono To Get Credit For “Imagine?” The Pattern Of Men Erasing Women’s Accomplishments — Edited/Extended July 7, 2017

Rantt

As An Incoming College Student in Georgia, The Campus Carry Law Doesn’t Make Me Feel Safe — July 1, 2017

Politics Means Politics

The Science Behind Internet “Trolls” and Online Harassment – And How to Take the High Road (extended) — July 26, 2017

Controversial European Court Case Gives Anti-Vaxxers More Alarmist Ammunition: Analyzing How Society Supports The Adamantly Anti-Science — July 13, 2017

The Opposition

Lowering the Drinking Age to 18 Would Save Lives — July 11, 2017

Girls Rock Athens Blog

Meet the Volunteers: GRA 2017 — July 31, 2017

Meet the Campers: GRA 2017 — July 20, 2017

June 2017

Step Up Magazine

Discrimination Against Atheists and Agnostics Is an Overlooked Issue Worldwide — June 30, 2017

Why Is Social Media Obsessed with Dangerous Diet Myths? — June 26, 2017

How Ossoff’s Near-Win Represents a Turn Towards Progressive Change in the Southeast — June 22, 2017

How Society Forces Us into Gender Roles from Childhood Despite Damaging Consequences — June 21, 2017

How the Cosby Case Reaffirms the Existence of Rape Culture — June 19, 2017

Vegetarianism Isn’t All About Animals: The Human Rights Implications of the Meat Industry — June 18, 2017

Feminism & The Environment: Educating Girls May Be the Best Way to Combat Climate Change — June 13, 2017

Women’s Republic

Karen Handel Can’t Even See The Glass Ceiling, Much Less Shatter It — June 28, 2017

Why Did It Take 46 Years For Yoko Ono To Get Credit For “Imagine?” The Pattern Of Men Erasing Women’s Accomplishments — June 18, 2017

The Type of Sexual Assault We Don’t Talk About: Coercion — June 16, 2017 (extended version of an article previously published in Affinity Magazine)

Why Sustain Natural’s Feminine Products Are Worth The Price Despite Questionable Health Claims — June 10, 2017 (extended version of an article previously published in Vocal on Filthy)

Trump Administration’s Judicial Nominee Shows Once Again That Women Aren’t A Priority — June 8, 2017

Affinity Magazine

How the Prison System’s Lack of Mental Health Care Poses a Public Health Risk — June 14, 2017 (an adapted version was then featured on Healtheo360)

23-Year-Old Dies By Suicide and Leaves Behind Tapes Likely Inspired by ’13 Reasons Why’, Proving the Negative Effects of the Show on Young People — June 9, 2017

One International Student to Others Considering College in Trump’s America: “You aren’t going to be treated equally” — June 5, 2017

Vocal

Remembering Prince, An Artist That Defied Boundaries, On What Should Be His 59th Birthday — June 7, 2017, on Beat

Religion and Psychology: Why We Believe (Or Don’t)–And Why It Matters — June 2, 2017, on Omni

May 2017

Affinity Magazine

Feminism, Fluidity, and Finding Yourself: An Interview with Jennifer Weishaupt, Director of Girls Rock Athens — May 28, 2017

Liberals Can Be Anti-Science, Too: In Defense of Vaccines and GMOs — May 22, 2017 (an adapted version was then featured on the Genetic Literacy Project‘s website)

Why Don’t We Talk About Sexual Coercion? — May 16, 2017

Dear Jeff Sessions, Having a Mental Illness is Not a Crime — May 13, 2017

Teresa Manning, Trump’s Choice for Family Planning, Doesn’t Even Believe Contraception Works — May 11, 2017

The GOP Healthcare Bill Could Destroy Mental Health Coverage — May 10, 2017

Vocal

Dear Kathy Griffin Apologists, You Aren’t Helping Our Resistance — May 31, 2017, on The Swamp (modified version later published on Affinity Magazine)

America, We Can’t Keep Making Excuses for Ignoring Syrian Refugees: 4 Myths Debunked — May 31, 2017, on The Swamp (later accepted for publication on Politics Means Politics)

Ariana Grande to Perform Benefit Concert in Manchester in Another Admirable Act of Love; “We Won’t Let Hate Win” — May 26, 2017, on Beat (later accepted for publication on Politics Means Politics)

Why Sustain Natural’s Feminine Products are Worth the Price Despite Questionable Health Claims — May 25, 2017, on Filthy (named a Staff Pick)

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