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November 02, 2015
October 26, 2015
Disclaimer: I am all for women wearing whatever they choose. If you want to wear a traditionally sexy Halloween costume, by all means, please do it. I just want to give other options besides Sexy Cecil the Lion, ya feel?
1. Amy from Trainwreck
October 12, 2015
September 22, 2015
March 30, 2015
The Virginia Festival of the Book is an exciting event that brings local, literary scholars great joy each year.
The Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, an organization that seeks to inspire cultural engagement and intellectual curiosity within the citizens of Virginia, funds this special occasion. Since its inception in 1974,
March 30, 2015
The Men’s Leadership Project, sponsored by the Maxine Platzer Lynn Women’s Center, presented Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s latest film,
March 16, 2015
I get it – women don’t like to talk about their vaginas. I’m hardly the first person to realize this silence. Eve Ensler lamented it when she compiled The Vagina Monologues almost 20 years ago, and I’m lamenting it today. So let’s talk about it now. Here are five reasons why all college women should absolutely see a gynecologist based on U.Va.’s Student Health website, and I promise I will not use the term “sexually active” once in this article.
1. A good
February 24, 2015
During the month of February, African American History Month, we, as a nation, celebrate the accomplishments of black men and women and reflect upon the continuing struggle for equal opportunity in our country.
At Iris, we decided to take a look at the history of these struggles in our local
February 13, 2015
Katharine Hepburn, Hollywood icon, defined success on her own terms.
With the 87th Academy Awards ceremony coming up on Feb. 22, we mustn’t forget the woman who still holds the record for the most acting wins in history: Katharine Hepburn. Despite her lack of glamorization in comparison to her silver screen counterparts and almost being shunned by
February 04, 2015
Alaina Segura and Sophia Socarras
During the last two weeks of January, the University of Virginia and Charlottesville communities hosted a series of events to commemorate the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The years 2014 and 2015 have marked the 150th anniversary of the 13th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which formally abolished slavery, and the 50th anniversaries of the Civil Rights Act of