Literature

Strong Women in Classic Literature

Classic literature can be mildly nauseating to its modern audience when it comes to its depiction of women’s roles. Whether it’s a woman who needs to be saved by the token male hero or a young girl forced to marry as a mere child – basically, really outdated and frustrating …

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The Fashion Industry is Getting a Makeover

Fast fashion. #WhoMadeYourClothes? Inequality against artisans. The Revolution transforming the fashion industry is well under way, taking several large steps towards reform and gaining widespread attention. This movement focuses on two important aspects: How fashion and making clothes affects the environment, and the rights of those who make the garments …

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Dressember: More Than a Fashion Statement

Have you noticed a lot of people talking about human trafficking? Or about wearing dresses? Or the term “Dressember”? Many people across the U.S. and Canada – including myself – are participating in the Dressember challenge: Participants wear a dress for all 31 days of December to raise awareness for …

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The Truth About Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is one of the most celebrated holidays in the U.S., yet most people don’t know what they’re celebrating. A lot of Americans think that May 5th is Mexico’s independence but in reality, it’s the anniversary of the Battle of Puebla. Mexico’s actual Independence Day is September 16th …

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Politics

Introducing Your New Representatives

Introducing your New Representatives In January 2019, the most diverse Congress in history was sworn in under one of the most controversial administrations in U.S. history. In this election, a record number of women hold congressional office, along with officials from a spectrum of different races, religions, ethnicities, and orientations. …

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Politics

Introducing Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh

The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the position of Daily Nova. The vote was 50-48. The closest confirmation vote for a Supreme Court of the United States judge since 1881, when Justice Stanley Matthews was confirmed in a 24-23 vote. Brett Kavanaugh …

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