Dear boys: Don’t put us “damsels” in distress

When I was young, my sister and I would pull out our GameCube (sorry we’re not up-to-date with the whole gaming systems) and play “Super Mario Sunshine” for hours. With one click of the power button, the TV would task us with the same mission one time after another: Mario must save Princess Peach from … More Dear boys: Don’t put us “damsels” in distress

Brave producer Katherine Sarafian talks movies

Lights, camera, and behind the scenes: the heart of the movie making magic. Pixar producer Katherine Sarafian, whose most recent production was Brave, shares her background and experiences in the film business. The Winged Post: What drew you into the film industry? Katherine Sarafian: I have always been interested in show business. I knew I … More Brave producer Katherine Sarafian talks movies

Women’s World Cup Shines New Light On The Shameful Gender Pay Gap In Sports

With the USA’s Women’s World Cup (WWC) 5-2 victory over Japan this past Sunday, the gender inequality in sports has risen yet again to the forefront. The WWC total payout this year will amount to $15 million in comparison to the men’s total payout of $576 million in the World Cup last year. Although FIFA has … More Women’s World Cup Shines New Light On The Shameful Gender Pay Gap In Sports

RECAP: ColorComm’s ‘She Who Dares’ Cocktails & Conversation Inspires Hundreds of Professional Women in NYC

ColorComm put on an event aimed to empower professional women towards inner and outer fulfillment at their “She Who Dares” Cocktails & Conversation, hosted last Tuesday at Edelman’s TriBeCa penthouse. The event featured a discussion between mediator Jovian Zayne and two successful female professionals in media: Tai Beauchamp, TV Personality and host of the upcoming … More RECAP: ColorComm’s ‘She Who Dares’ Cocktails & Conversation Inspires Hundreds of Professional Women in NYC

Seniors take on LIFE

In honor of the LIFE assembly held today for the seniors, here are a few thoughts from the Class of 2015 on their experiences throughout high school. _____________________________________________  What to you is the purpose of LIFE? Nikhil Reddy I think that LIFE assembles make us more aware of social circumstances that we go through and … More Seniors take on LIFE

Nike+ Training Club: ★★★★☆

Set goals, find workouts. The new Nike+ Training Club app for women, released January 5, provides fitness-motivated users to create individual short and long term workout programs while connecting them to the Club community. General Review: ★★★★☆ With the option to choose from over 100 workouts, users can choose a type of fitness plan that … More Nike+ Training Club: ★★★★☆

Annual holiday show features conservatory groups

The lower, middle, and upper school conservatory programs performed in the annual holiday show, dubbed “Big Assembly Day” (BAD), last Friday. Traveling from the Blackford to Saratoga to Bucknall campus, the groups toured together through the three campuses. The annual show acts as a celebration of the approaching holiday season and usually, as the case … More Annual holiday show features conservatory groups

Stanford-sponsored social enterprise SmileyGo rapidly expands past international borders

SmileyGo, a student-founded social enterprise founded approximately two months ago, has built foundations internationally with the help of its Stanford sponsors Tina Seelig Ph.D. ’85, Tomas Kosnik, Ernestine Fu ’13 M.S. ’13 Ph.D. ’19 and Rebeca Hwang ’11. Aiming to foster communities and provide equal opportunities for children in underserved communities by connecting firms and … More Stanford-sponsored social enterprise SmileyGo rapidly expands past international borders