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A sign that reads Think Globally, Shop Locally hangs in the Natures Own doorway in Old Town Fort Collins. Local shops such as this one play a major role in Fort Collins thriving economy. (Collegian file photo)

Ziel: Why live in FoCo if you don’t support local business?

Renee Ziel September 17, 2019

Editor’s Note: All opinion section content reflects the views of the individual author only and does not represent a stance taken by The Collegian or its editorial board. When one first arrives in Fort...

Dr. Cori Wong, a Special Instructor at the Center for Women’s Studies and Gender Research at Colorado State University, discusses the constraints of oppression during her talk on Feb. 6. (David Johnson | Collegian)

Cori Wong to speak at Boyer Scholarship Lecture next Thursday

Ryan Tougaw October 23, 2017

Dual-Title Ph.D. holder Cori Wong will be the featured lecturer in the annual Harriet Patsy Boyer Scholarship Lecture and Reception coming up on Oct. 26 from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. in the Long’s Peak Room of...

Petrovich: Manifest Destiny rears its ugly head in France under the burkini ban

Petrovich: Manifest Destiny rears its ugly head in France under the burkini ban

September 1, 2016

Around 200 years ago, the United States of the time decided that God himself, in his infinite wisdom and kindness, had granted their nation in the east the divine right to explore and expand into the greatest...

Who Run The World: A Womens Podcast Series

Who Run The World: A Women’s Podcast Series

Catie Perry April 29, 2016

Welcome to “Who Run The World: A Women’s Podcast.” This 5-part podcast series explores different aspects of womanhood in intersectional ways.Watch the preview: Episode 1: Women and Gender Episode...

Who Run The World: A Womens Podcast — episode one

Who Run The World: A Women’s Podcast — episode one

Catie Perry April 25, 2016

https://youtu.be/EKMTIclsWb0 Welcome to "Who Run The World: A Women's Podcast." This podcast series explores different aspects of womanhood in intersectional ways.This episode is about the concept of...

Lia Conger protests Ryan Anderson, sponsored by RamCatholic, speaking on redefining marriage Monday night in the LSC North Ballroom. Photo by Hannah Hemperly

Students protest teachings of speaker brought to LSC by RamCatholic

Luke Scriffiny November 9, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79gHEYkgY-k  A video of the talk given Nov. 9 from the RamCatholic Youtube channel.Ryan T. Anderson is a Princeton-educated, well-known speaker who has written books,...

Survey asking students about signage for gender inclusive restrooms at Colorado State University

Survey asking students about signage for gender inclusive restrooms at Colorado State University

Katy Mueller October 23, 2015

Converting all sex-specific single-stall restrooms on campus to gender neutral is the newest step forward in Colorado State University’s efforts to become more gender inclusive.Through this action, there...

Haleigh McGill

Kim Davis is out of line with refusal to issue same-sex marriage licenses

Haleigh McGill September 9, 2015

Last June, the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples have the constitutional right to marry no matter what state they live in. This ruling has generated a lot of emotions among the general public...

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Why we need feminism

Madeline Gallegos May 12, 2015

Feminism isn’t just a women’s movement. It’s not a cause rooted in the hatred of men and the burning of bras. It’s also not a concept that promotes the idea that women should rule the world and...

Source: http://fistfuloftalent.com/2013/12/b-word.html

Reconsidering the B-word

Madeline Gallegos May 4, 2015

The B-word-- you know the one I mean-- is a term that has existed in many contexts for many decades. It can mean a lot of things: a female dog, to complain or whine about something, but perhaps most significantly,...

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/23/tallywackers-dallas-hooters_n_7126080.html

Tallywackers: Progressive or problematic?

Madeline Gallegos April 27, 2015

Ever since 1983, Hooters has graced the world with its presence. Before the opening of this great restaurant, the world was unable to eat chicken wings and gawk at scantily clad women in the same location--...

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A change of pace: Clinton to run in 2016

Madeline Gallegos April 13, 2015

The United States is one of around one hundred and forty countries in the world that has never had a female leader. While the United States can be considered progressive in countless ways, it is lagging...

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