Mythological Girls: Changing Woman

In the traditional Navajo creation myth, Changing Woman is both Mother and the personification of the Earth. She epitomizes the cyclical paths of the seasons: Birth (Spring), Maturing (Summer), Growing (Fall), and Dying (Winter), only to be reborn again in the Spring....

Literary Girls: Hermione Granger (The Harry Potter Series)

‚ÄúI hope you’re pleased with yourselves. We could have been all killed — or worse, expelled.‚Äù -Hermione Granger, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer‚Äôs Stone That was me in elementary school. I‚Äôll never forget the day my mother brought home my first copy...

Mythological Girls: Nemesis

You have probably heard, or have said, something along the lines of “my worst nemesis.” This phrase refers to someone who is a long standing rival or arch enemy, but did you know the word nemesis traces its origins back to the Greek goddess Nemesis? And, she...

Why I Game: Victoria

I game because it takes me into another world where I can forget about the stresses of real life for a while. Gaming is a way I spend quality time with my husband. Whether it be him cheering me on through GTA V or Bioshock Infinite, or us playing completely different...

#AllWomen2016

August 18th marked the 95th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment to the United States Constitution. It’s been ninety-five years since the original suffragettes lobbied, picketed and marched for women’s right to vote. The question is, how far have...

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