feminism

Fall in Atlanta brings leaves spilled onto streets, a dip in temperatures and an opportunity for fashionistas to experiment with new layers and textures. As Fall officially arrived this past weekend, the Wheel looked to early 2018’s fall/winter season at ...

Motherhood, a frequent favorite subject of Hollywood, has been the source of conflict in many a melodrama in film’s early days of glory (see the enduring popularity of stories such as “Mildred Pierce”). But filmmakers — largely male — often ...

“I’m not that political of a person. I just really don’t want to get involved in politics — it’s too much work.” It’s a refrain that I know came out of my mouth at one time or another and one ...

Rutgers professor Brittney Cooper (C’09) led a packed audience through a discussion about feminism, race and politics, exposing the gender issues in the Black Lives Matter movement. “How do these women’s deadly encounters with the police, force us to revise the narrative?” ...

  Each month, the Wheel will publish an editorial focusing on issues in feminism. This month’s opinion comes from an Executive Board member of the Feminists in Action (FIA) at Emory. Author’s Note: This editorial frequently uses the word “woman” ...

“My body. My mind. My choice.” These are the words that begin the voice-over in the latest women’s empowerment video in India — which features renowned celebrity Deepika Padukone. Needless to say, much has already been discussed about her wisdom ...

I was very fortunate to have the opportunity to join a discussion led by Feminists in Action (FIA) last Wednesday regarding the articles recently published by The Emory Wheel discussing Emory Panhellenic Council (EPC) and their sorority recruiting process. The ...