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Girls and women have made huge impacts in the science of astronomy and space exploration. Today, we continue our “Star Girls” blogs with a jump forward to the mid-twentieth century and a figure that many may know from the movie Hidden Figures. Decades after Harvard...
Tiffany sums up recent data in the abortion rights debate.
Girls and women have made huge impacts in the science of astronomy and space exploration. Today, we continue our "Star Girls" blogs with a look at another of the "Harvard Computers" of the late nineteenth century. Working alongside Annie Jump Cannon at the Harvard...
Girls and women have made huge impacts in the science of astronomy and space exploration. This field combines mathematics, physics and chemistry to explain the origin and evolution of celestial objects and phenomena. This includes everything from planets, moons, and...
Hello! My name is Jessica Martin and I am an undergraduate student at the University of Maryland majoring in government and international relations while also minoring in art history. I have lived in the United States all of my life growing up in New Jersey even...
Meet one of our newest interns, Meeghan Bresnahan of the United States.
Story is one of the fundamental ways we as humans connect with and relate to one another. Across time, countries, and people groups, it’s the one language we collectively speak. It is also one of the main ways we as humans connect with ourselves to better make sense...
Maxine showcases how her athletic and competitive spirit translated into a love of board games.
Introducing one of our newest interns, Maxine Wagenhoffer!
Jessica reviews the Netflix film Dumplin’ and its impact on girls’ body positivity.