Women’s issues are getting coverage in the Buchtelite, the University of Akron student newspaper.
Allison Strouse, arts and life editor for the paper, wrote an interesting piece about her experiences as a young woman who loves sports — and loves to cover them.
Alyssa Berthiaume, 2009 Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant in the UA Women’s Studies Program and a regular writer for this blog, is in her last year of study for her MFA degree. So she was a natural choice to write opinion pieces for the paper.
Here are links to her recent columns:
- “Women need no introduction” – Jan. 21, 2010
- “Women’s Studies should be a requirement” – Jan. 28, 2010
- “The ‘F’ word has more than one meaning” – Feb. 4, 2010
- “Modern superwomen, that ‘S’ is for stress” – Feb. 11, 2010
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