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1940’s film takes on feminist views

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By Faith Topolski Contributing Writer Movies from the 1930s, 40s, and 50s may at first appear to be out of date and completely irrelevant to today’s movies and current events. Upon further inspection, though, it’s clear this isn’t true. The themes, ideas and motivations presented in films from the “Golden Age of Cinema” are still…

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Faculty invent new March bracket

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Emily Losito Associate Editor During the month of March, there’s typically one thing on everyone’s mind: basketball. However, some forget that it’s also Women’s History Month. Kimberley DeSimone, a journalism and mass communication lecturer at St. Bonaventure, and Pauline Hoffmann, dean of the school of communication, came up with the idea of making a bracket…

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Men have a role to play in feminist movement

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By Taylor Nigrelli Opinion Editor Men have a role to play in the gender equality movement and a reason to play said role. As it does most weeks, social media disagrees with that assertion. In the wide-ranging, expansive Twitterverse of unfunny, joke-and-meme-stealing parody accounts, one stood out this week – The Meninist. This account, satirically…

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Watson’s UN speech on feminism is on point

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By Lian Bunny News Assignment Editor Gender equality. The phrase doesn’t sound daunting. But feminism — that word alone can make people cringe. It can quickly make people view you differently.  All of a sudden you seem more radical, more liberal, and more unreasonable. Emma Watson, beloved actress well known from the Harry Potter movies,…

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