OCHIENG: Equal pay for equal work
For graduating seniors, starting salaries are an all-too-common concern, but for soon-to-be alumnae, figuring out next year’s salary may be a little more stressful than for our male counterparts.
OCHIENG: A call for respect
By paying attention to the people and situations around us, we can address problems the moment they arise — and at the same time, make our high standards visible to all.
OCHIENG: A true pivot on Africa
espite possessing the fastest growing population and economies in the world, Africa has been curiously absent from Yale’s agenda.
OCHIENG: Beyond filling the seats
The women of Congress bear a unique burden because we exist in a bizarre transition time of figuring out just how fourth-wave feminism will express itself.
OCHIENG: The myth of a post-racial society
On February 26, high school junior Trayvon Martin stepped out of his father’s girlfriend’s home during the halftime break of a basketball game to grab some Skittles and iced tea at a nearby 7-11. As Martin walked down the street of the small, gated community, George Zimmerman, a 28-year-old Hispanic man, deemed him suspicious, followed »