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WIll Hink performing songs written by women in the Bergami Center, West Haven, March 25, 2023.

Myatt Center hosts Open Mic Night in honor of the artistry of Women

Presley DePugh, Arts & Life Editor March 28, 2023

Coffee and treats were laid out in the Bergami Center of Science, Technology and Innovation. Diversity Peer Educators (DPE’s) from the Myatt Center of Diversity and Inclusion along with members of the...

Women as the backbone of American history

Lindsay Giovannone, Columnist March 7, 2023

The heroic shapers and makers of history are always men – or at least, that is what we are led to believe. A quick Google search of “most influential people in history” brings up a Time magazine...

Celebrating the accomplishments of women around us

Editorial Staff March 7, 2023

Last Wednesday marked the start of Women’s History Month, which runs throughout March and allows us all to reflect on the vital role that women have played throughout American history. As an organization...

The 19th Amendment flag and American flag fly over the Marvin K. Peterson Library, West Haven, March 2, 2023.

University kicks off Women’s History Month with lineup of women leaders at annual flag raising

Justin Coviello, Campus News Editor March 2, 2023

As the 19th Amendment flag flapped in the wind outside of the Marvin K. Peterson Library, the voices of some of the powerful women on campus cut through the brisk March air to elevate their peers and bring...

Olivia Rodrigo speaks during Billboard Women in Music event, March 3, 2022.

Billboard Music Awards recognizes women during Women’s History Month

Antoinette Yen, Entertainment Editor March 11, 2022

Billboard's annual Women in Music Awards recognize the top female artists, producers and executives who have made significant contributions to the music industry in the previous year. Despite the fact...

University women in leadership speak on value of Women’s History Month

Saige Batza, Student Life Editor March 8, 2022

For decades, America has celebrated the women who have fought for their rights, education and families to make this world a better place during Women’s History Month. Among the women at the University...

Students walk across the rainbow crosswalk, West Haven.

October marks national LGBTQ+ History month: Why should you care?

Mia Adduci, Contributing Writer October 5, 2021

October marks the peak of fall, from apple picking, to homecoming, all the way to Halloween. However, in the midst of all the red and orange of fall festivities, society tends to undermine the power of...

Women in music playlist

Mia Steadman, Staff Writer March 9, 2021

Since March is known as Women’s History Month, let’s take the opportunity to appreciate some of the women influencing the future of the industry. “Test Drive” by Ariana Grande The dreamy and...

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Women’s History Month Spotlights

Beth Beaudry, Staff Writer March 11, 2020

Malala Yousafzai At 22 years old, Malala Yousafzai is one of the most influential women in the world because of her activism for female education. Malala grew up in Pakistan and was given the opportunity...

“Fangirls Don’t Exist” and how women are treated in the music industry

Ashley Winward April 9, 2014

As March came to a close, so did Women’s History Month with a panel discussion on women and their role in the music industry. The Women’s History Month events committee, run under Wanda Tyler, put...

Did You Know? – Women’s History Month

Joann Wolwowicz March 10, 2010

Now that March is fully underway we can look forward to what March is known for other than St. Patrick’s Day. Growing out of a small-town school event in California, Women’s History Month is a celebration...

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