Overcoming bullying

By Margot Tollefsen |

Laying my head in my hands, I stared out of my blank eyes into a screen filled with horror. I hear laughing from the other side of the computer, from girls I barely knew. I closed my eyes. I started to think my life would fall to pieces.

Respect: A different type of inequality in the workplace

By Lindsay Marks |

I’ve been a cashier, waitress, factory rat and a pizza maker. I could not list one job where I wasn’t confronted with the situation where I wonder, “Do I say something?” My male bosses call me beautiful, male employees call me “sweetie,” and there have been a few instances of “Boy, if I was 20 years younger …”