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Evansville Community members march for womens rights Saturday afternoon.

‘It just made me feel empowered’

Emma Corry, Staff Writer January 22, 2019

Haley Flamion wanted to be president, before an incident in middle school when her classmates told her she couldn’t be. “I want to tell (the kids) that one day it’s possible that we’re going...

Corliss Chastain, an adjunct in the art department, marches down the street with her friend from high school. You cant sit at home and bitch about it, she said. 
Youve got to at least act on it in some way.

College Democrats sit out Women’s March after anti-Semitic comments

Riley Guerzini, Managing Editor January 18, 2019

The USI College Democrats withdrew from the Saturday’s Women’s March in Evansville due to anti-Semitic comments made by leaders of Women’s March Inc., one of the organizations that grew out of the...

The year of the march

Grace Poynter, Staff Writer January 31, 2017

Every year for the past 44 years, there has been a profound march of people from all over the United States walking for the right to life, to end abortion, and to defund Planned Parenthood. This is...

Women’s March promotes inclusiveness

Riley Guerzini, News Editor January 25, 2017

The downtown metro area of Washington D.C. was so crowded that Brandy Small said she couldn’t move. Small, who is in her second year of the Master of Arts in Communication program, along with over...

Marching out hate

Megan Thorne , Chief Photographer January 24, 2017

Saturday more than one million people across the world marched the streets in unison. In Washington, D.C. alone, the attendance numbers at the Women’s March almost doubled the amount of people who...

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