The Horizon of Feminism: In Conversation With My Mother

By Alison Ferrante Alison is a senior at Sarah Lawrence College studying Literature and Philosophy. My mother, Donna Greco, grew up during the peak of second wave feminism; born in the mid 1950s, she came of age in Long Island, New York. However, despite living through such a productive and turbulent time for women, she was not at all involved in the feminist movement. I’ve … Continue reading The Horizon of Feminism: In Conversation With My Mother

Murderous Nanny to Feminism

By Charlotte Manyasli Charlotte is an undergraduate student at Sarah Lawrence College.  “This is the first generation of women who were told by the society they are living in that they can achieve everything. That they could even be selfish,” stated Leila Slimani during a book talk at Shakespeare and Company Bookstore in Paris, for her novel The Perfect Nanny. Slimani not only illuminates the … Continue reading Murderous Nanny to Feminism

How Big Pharma Failed Women’s Health

By Nicole A. Swartwood Nicole currently works as a Research Analyst at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She received her Master of Science in Public Health from Emory University. Nicole also holds Bachelors in Science in Mathematics and Microbiology as well as Bachelors of Arts in German Studies, Religious Studies, and History, all earned at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.  The development of … Continue reading How Big Pharma Failed Women’s Health