Roe is in Danger. Capital D Danger. Trump has made it clear that he will only nominate people to SCOTUS who have anti-choice values and will work to overturn Roe. But don’t take my word for it. Earlier today I had the honor to stand side-by-side with some of the top leaders of the pro-choice, […]
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 […]
Interview by ReportingDC: With Trump in office, abortion-rights activists and opponents look to capitalize
Though this interview took place nearly four months ago, this topic has been on my mind lately, especially with Cecile Richards stepping down as President of Planned Parenthood and with the Fact Act being debated in the Supreme Court. Read the full interview here. **Updated to add that this website is run by a reporting professor […]
Background: I love Taboo. I am a naturally competitive person, especially when it comes to things like word games! So when I was asked to create programming for my campus as part of my work as a Peer Wellness Educator for the Wellness Center, I knew I wanted to do something that would foster some […]
Check out this quick an dirty presentation on the medical history of birth control for my class, Women in American since 1850! Due to time constraints, not everything could be included in this presentation, but I highlighted a few of the key women, as this is a Women’s History class.
Access to Emergency Contraception is an integral part of a student’s overall health and well-being. It is a necessary tool in a young person’s sexual health and American University should make it easier for the student body to access. Read more here.
Contraception is a crucial health measure that all students should be able to take advantage of. I believe American University should supply it for free to the student body. Read my full argument in an op-ed for The Eagle here.