Each person who attended the event received a copy of Sheryl Sandberg's book Lean In to serve as further inspiration in their pursuit to start their own business.
Come out to Open Grounds on March 20 for lunch and to hear media experts discuss the impact of women in the field.
Emily finishes off her last season as a U.Va. swimmer with winning the ACC Championship for the fourth time.
As the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi conclude, Iris wants to acknowledge the incredible feats of female athletes at these Games. Here are the top 5 performances we took away from the past two weeks:
The past few years have been big for reevaluating our culture’s definition of “true love.” With Valentine’s Day upon us, the cliché ordeal of a guy finding the perfect box of chocolates and roses for his girlfriend may not be obsolete (because who are we kidding, we love chocolate and flowers!), but it’s no longer this time of year’s standard, conventional idea. Disney’s newest movie Frozen captures the essence of redefining love and its connotations.
As a fourth year student at UVa with a strong interest in sexual assault prevention and education on Grounds, I was eager to attend multiple events at the Dialogue at UVa: Sexual Misconduct Among College Students.
The debut of new SNL cast member Sasheer Zamata was long anticipated by the media and SNL fans, after Lorne Michaels faced critical attention for his predominantly white, male cast. The UVA alumna is the first African American female to grace the SNL stage in six years.
Check out this chart that illustrates SNL’s historical problem with maintaining a diverse cast.
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