6:15 pm, August 30th | by Amy Tennery
It’s that time of year again: Freshman settle into their dorms around the country, students tweak their course loads — and experts wonder whether women’s colleges are still relevant. It’s 2012, after all — not 1950!
4:00 pm, August 29th | by Amy Tennery
Professor David Benatar knows a thing about uphill battles. After all, Benatar, the head of the philosophy department at the University of Cape Town, just released a book arguing that men are victims of widespread sexism.
2:30 pm, August 25th | by Amy Tennery
… And put pictures of it on Instagram.
1:00 pm, August 25th | by Amy Tennery
Moving is expensive — that much is obvious. But aside from your spending on the movers, the boxes, the packing tape and any stress-induced overeating, moving can make you spend money far beyond moving day.
11:30 am, August 25th | by Emily Co, SavvySugar
Food is a life staple we can’t go without, and although cooking at home does save you more money than going out, your grocery bill can still be one of your biggest living expenses. There are of course the typical ways to save on supermarket shopping, such as buying store brands and couponing, but there’s also a way to save on groceries that not many people know about: grocery auctions.
6:00 pm, August 24th | by Amy Tennery
EOD Friday: First it was Levi Johnston. Could Prince Harry become the next man o’ power to show his goods to Playgirl? The world waits with breath bated.
4:30 pm, August 24th | by Amy Tennery
The worst part about reading “5 Steps For Women To Avoid Becoming Irrelevant With Age,” a misogynist, ageist new “advice” piece from Elite Daily, isn’t absorbing the actual content; it’s realizing that some people actually believe this crap.
2:15 pm, August 24th | by Amy Tennery
In today’s #womenathewatercooler Twitter roundup: Octavia Spencer, Academy Award-winning actress, is still “furrowing” her brow in GOP Senate candidate Todd Akin’s general direction, following “legitimate rape” controversy. Can’t say I blame her.
12:15 pm, August 24th | by Amy Tennery
James Carville and Mary Matalin may be the world’s most famous politically polarized couple. Carville, a long-time Clinton operative and Saturday Night Live parody bait, and Matalin, a Reagan-Bush-Bush-eras advisor, make it work against all (seeming) odds.
And now they’re cashing in on a lifetime of unbelievable restraint to star in a new, aptly timed Mitsubishi ad that pokes fun at their Odd Couple status.
10:00 am, August 24th | by Amy Tennery
You may have heard of a certain someone’s plan to cut $170 billion from the Pell grant program, an education fund that provides scholarships to low-income would-be college students. And while $170 billion sounds like, well, a lot, it’s an even more staggering figure when you consider how expensive college is to begin with.