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Planned parenthood celebrates 100 years

Amy Currul, Contributing Writer October 20, 2016

Planned Parenthood celebrated 100 years of providing life-saving healthcare for women on Oct.16, including access to birth control, treatment for urinary  tract infections, testing  for sexually transmitted...

John Kasich, Ohio’s anti-abortion extraordinaire

Amy Currul, Contributing Writer April 28, 2016

John Kasich is the most dangerous man in the Republican Party right now. Yeah, I said it. The current Governor of Ohio is currently running for the Republican nomination for president, and has signed into...

Allegheny student protests in ‘Democracy Awakening’

Amy Currul, Contributing Writer April 21, 2016

Hundreds of people were arrested in the District of Columbia as part of a new protest movement called Democracy Spring on Monday, April 18. The movement involves protesters who have been enacting a series...

When religious protection and personal liberty collide

Amy Currul, Contributing Writer April 14, 2016

On April 5, Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed a bill into law that claims to protect people’s right to religious freedom. Enforcement of the law will begin July 1. Functionally, the bill will turn...

North Carolina law makes a battleground of bathrooms

Amy Currul, Contributing Writer April 7, 2016

The city of Charlotte, North Carolina passed a nondiscrimination ordinance to protect LGBT people. Then on March 23 the state legislature scheduled a special session, their first in 35 years (according...

Amy Currul, ’17, visits the Parc Guell, one of her favorite spots in Barcelona.

One semester, four countries: Gator takes on Europe

Amy Currul, Campus Blogger October 22, 2015

Hey everyone! My name is Amy Currul, and I am currently a junior. This semester I am studying abroad through Antioch University’s WGSE program, which stands for Women and Gender Studies in Europe. Over...

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