Domestic Violence on College Campuses (Part 3)

Today may be the last day of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, but our work is far from done. Check out the final piece of my three-part series on domestic violence on campus, in which I address two challenging forms of abuse: digital abuse and stalking. Read it here!

Domestic Violence on College Campuses (Part 2)

It’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month! Check out my part 2 of three of my series on domestic violence for The Eagle. This piece is all about academic and financial abuse and how those uniquely affect college students. Domestic violence can look many different ways, but if you think you or someone you love is experiencing domestic violence, […]

Domestic Violence on College Campuses (Part 1)

It’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month! Check out my latest for The Eagle in which I discuss what domestic violence can look like on college campuses. Domestic violence can look many different ways, but if you think you or someone you love is experiencing domestic violence, call the National Hotline at 1-800-656-4673 and make an appointment […]

Interview: Why I spent my summer protesting

This summer, I was interviewed by the incredible Joyce Lu of Harvard Radio Broadcasting. In it, I discussed why I was protesting in support of the National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra. Basically, this was a Supreme Court case deciding whether or not Crisis Pregnancy Centersshould be allowed to lie and manipulate women who […]

It’s imperative that universities provide abortion medication in their health centers. Here’s why.

I am a student in DC. I am also at risk of getting pregnant in a place with more fake clinics than real ones. It’s one of the many reasons I believe that supplying abortion medication should be the norm for college health centers. Read my full argument on Women’s Wire Weekly’s amazing blog! While […]

First Relationship Building Institute in the books!

I can’t believe that I only get to have ONE RBI before graduating! I am so lucky to have had the opportunity to connect with my peers, learn from some of the greats, and win a round of bowling (still not sure how that happened. Check out my reflection here!    

Reflecting on Platform’s Platform

Some of my favorite things in this world are, in no particular order, grassroots organizing, feminism, and badass women. Getting the opportunity attend Platform’s convention, which strategically combines all three of those things, felt like a dream come true. Unfortunately, I had to miss the first of three days, as I was scheduled to work […]

Protest is patriotic. Here’s how to do it.

I believe that protest and dissent is a fundamental patriotic value. And I take these values seriously enough to act on them frequently. My roommate noticed my protest kit I made in my apartment, and after laughing at me for an appropriate amount of time, encouraged me to explain what was in it and how […]

On Friend’s Day, Honoring an interfaith friendship

Happy Friends’ Day, friends! Check out this important piece I wrote for JWI about a very important friendship in my life.    

A Bill to Condemn Antisemitism

After weeks of organizing, hundreds of emails, hours and hours and hours of work, my semester finally feels complete. But not because my classes have ended or my finals are done. Because my bill has finally passed through the Undergraduate Senate. I knew I would be creating this bill early on, only a few days […]