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Women can spoil men too

Women can spoil men too

Jenna Bowman, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018

Creative Commons It’s the day where loved ones find an excuse to buy flowers and chocolates and expensive gifts---Valentine’s Day. Traditionally, it’s usually the man’s job to spend the most money for Valentine’s Day. Men buy the women flowers, chocolates, stuffed animals, they pay for dinn...

‘Jampon’ unites women

‘Jampon’ unites women

Jeana Everhart, Staff Writer

January 30, 2018

Violet Wells Studying abroad at Harlaxton College, University of Evansville’s juniors Alexandra Curren and Gina deLise, theater performance majors, and Sierra Miller, a theater management major went for a fun and educational experience but came back with a new mission. “We studied abroad...

Monologues shed light on domestic violence

Monologues shed light on domestic violence

Abigail Suddarth, Staff Writer

March 2, 2016

After describing the various types of sexual moaning from Irish-Catholic (“Forgive me!” while crossing oneself), to African American (“Oh, shit!”), to college student, (“I should be studying!”), Casie Mathies crawled on the floor, rolled over on her back and shook her legs in the air to demonstrate sexual pleasure while the audience roared with laughter at this year’s Vagina Monologues.

Vaginas to expose sexual injustice

Vaginas to expose sexual injustice

Abigail Suddarth, Staff Writer

February 10, 2016

Freshman Kate Grudzinski wants to raise awareness about violence and injustice toward women

Women’s basketball moving on in GLVC Tournament

Women’s basketball moving on in GLVC Tournament

Chris Procacina

March 3, 2014

For the USI women's basketball team, Sunday’s first round game of the GLVC Tournament shut the door on a decade of disappointment. The Lady Eagles (19-9, 13-6 GLVC) defeated the Miners of Missouri S&T (9-18, 5-14) in front of a diminished PAC crowd due to the hazardous weather conditions. Despite...

Women’s golf faces difficult challenge

Women’s golf faces difficult challenge

Chris Procacina

February 22, 2014

Any adversity the USI women’s golf team looks to face on the courses this year will fail in comparison to what they are already enduring.  Preparation for the season has been a whirlwind of confusion as Head Coach Don Bisesi has been diagnosed with cancer. “We’ve had to practice on our own,”...

Gender gap apparent at USI

Roberto Campos

October 29, 2013

In 1960, there were 1.55 men for every woman enrolled as an undergraduate in college. Researchers call the gender-based inequalities present in education and the workforce a “gender gap.” World Economic Forum’s 2011 Global Gender Report shows the U.S. has seen a reversal in the “gender...

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