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Recent Studies Shine Light on the Oscars’ and Hollywood’s Diversity and Inclusion Crisis

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Ahead of the 2016 Oscars, the Women’s Media Center, which conducts research and advocates for women in the media, released a study showing that only 19% of Oscar nominations for non-acting roles have gone to… Continue reading

5 Reasons Why the City of Boston is Great for College Students

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It’s that time of the year, students all over the country will soon be choosing where to attend college or university, a significant decision considering you’ll be spending years of your life at… Continue reading

7 Times Actresses Spoke Out About Hollywood Sexism

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Discrimination in the film industry continues to be a problem, with minorities lacking representation and participation on-screen and behind the scenes. Sexism is an issue that is publicly garnering a lot of attention… Continue reading

Magazine Cover Diversity Needs to Be More Than a Trend

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September is the most important month for fashion magazines and other publications. In the last couple of weeks there has been a lot talk online, because 8 magazines featured African-American women on their covers… Continue reading

Business Lessons Inspired by Harry Potter

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Feeling successful can be difficult sometimes. Maybe you didn’t get the promotion you were working toward, or you are in the middle of trying to change jobs. Maybe you’re working a “traditional” 9… Continue reading

Tips for Surviving Graduate School

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The summer is ending, and school is back in session. For some of you, the beginning of the Fall Semester means that you’ll be starting graduate school. Congratulations and good luck! As a… Continue reading

8 Post-College Fellowships for Journalism Majors

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Life after college can be tricky, especially when trying to figure out what your next professional move will be and what will look good on your resume. Should you get an internship? What… Continue reading