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Rosie the Riveter: Women of WWII

Christine Gillette

March 30, 2011

One iconic image stirred a social movement in the 1940s that caused millions of women to join the work force and to prove to the country that they can do a man's job, and that was Rosie the Riveter. On March 22 history professors...

“You Can’t Do That!” Cardiothoracic Surgeon tells All

Michele Bowles

March 30, 2011

On March 24 in Kreider Hall, Amy Hackmann, cardiothoracic surgeon at the University of Southern California, gave a public lecture that talked about how being a women made her obstacles to achieving her dreams even harder. "You...

“Women and Population” Lecture Brings Statistics to Life

Vanessa Duffy

March 30, 2011

What if I told you the fate of the world's balance lies in the hands of women? Technically, yes. The current world populaiton is 6.8 billion and it's creating an imbalance. Women's status in society will determine how much higher...

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