Monthly Archive: July, 2015

Feminist Film Fridays: Gillian Robespierre’s “Obvious Child”

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Welcome to Feminist Film Fridays, where we review bomb movies made by bomb women. Whether they be classics of old, anthems of new, or somewhere in between, we’ve got your fem-film fix here… Continue reading

3 Reasons Why Introverts Make Wonderful Startup Employees

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Growing up I was always the quiet student, the quiet sibling, and now I am one of the quietest members at my startup. At the office, some may think it’s simply because I… Continue reading

4 Things to Consider When Splitting Equity in Startup

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Beginning a venture with friends is a great idea. Even if you aren’t super close to your partners, it’s great having someone to share in the process of creating a business that you… Continue reading

35 women, 1 story: Cosby accusers unite for NY magazine

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Bill Cosby had it all; money, fame, power. Because of his celebrity status he also thought he could get whatever he wanted at any time, including 35 female bodies, dignity, and trust. Power… Continue reading

Ambitious Women Deserve Our Praise, Not Our Disdain

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No one with ambition has come under fire more than Hillary Clinton. As early as 2006, a survey by The New York Observer found a “virtual cottage industry” of anti-Clinton literature. Her political… Continue reading

Tips for a Successful Second Job Search

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When I started my first job search, fresh out of college, I had no idea what to expect. It was a difficult few months of researching, networking, interviewing… and getting rejected. Most of… Continue reading

Why Everyone Should Adapt a Meatless Monday

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Have you adopted the Meatless Monday trend? This simple lifestyle change can have drastic improvements on your overall health. Plant proteins (yes, plants DO contain lots of protein) differ largely from animal proteins… Continue reading

Why I Couldn’t Have Achieved This Success In My 20s

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The most innovative and entrepreneurial people are probably older than you think. Despite the headlines touting the latest college dropout founding a mega tech company, science says that more great achievements have been… Continue reading

Interviewing the Interviewer to Land Your Dream Gig

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A major hurdle to landing a new position is of course acing the interview. And, while the interviewer is often seen as having the upper hand, the interviewee can be just as powerful.… Continue reading

Keeping Kindness Professional in the Start Up Scene

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When getting started with your business, sometimes you over compensate for the sake of building clientele and partnerships. This is not always a bad thing because you do have to “pay it forward”… Continue reading