Today’s Word – Today marks the 101st anniversary of International Women’s Day. Although the status of women worldwide may look significantly different today than it did in the early 1900s when the holiday was first established, now is an opportune time to reflect not only on the great strides that have been made towards female empowerment in the last century, but also on all the work that remains to be done. Here are the top 5 reasons you should care about International Women’s Day by Nada Zohdy. Share it.
GOP Delegate So Far via WSJ
Delegate Math – Following the Super Tuesday craziness, the numbers show Romney needs to win 47% of all the delegates going forward and can only mathematically secure the nomination in mid-May at the earliest. Santorum needs 63%, Gingrich 67%, and Paul 71% of the remaining delegates to win outright.
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Top Stories – Why Do Most American Jews Vote Democrat? (John Giokaris) – Exit poll data shows the overwhelming majority of Jewish-Americans vote Democrat every time, going back until at least ‘72. What explains this trend?
5 Things I Would Have Done Differently in College (Mia Pskowski) – Though I can’t regret too many things from the incredible four years I had, there are definitely a few things I would have done differently. Here are five of them.
KONY 2012 and Millennials: Know What the Movement Really Is Before You 'Like' It (Alexander M. Spring) – Social media brings out an immediate visceral response, not necessarily an educated one. People need to think before they “like.”
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