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Women in Politics: College Edition – Bradley University

07/30/15 02:20PM

Welcome to Women in Politics: College Edition, where promising women leaders in student government on college and university campuses across the country will be featured on msnbc.com. Sarah Handler has been nominated to represent Bradley University as a leader making a difference not only through key issues on campus, but in bridging the gender... read more

Women in Politics: College Edition – Nova Southeastern University

07/23/15 01:58PM

Welcome to Women in Politics: College Edition, where promising women leaders in student government on college and university campuses across the country will be featured on msnbc.com. Celia Wright has been nominated to represent Ohio State University as a leader making a difference not only through key issues on campus, but in bridging the... read more

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon addresses a plenary session of the EU Parliament in Brussels.

Will 2016 bring the first female UN Secretary General?

07/17/15 12:33PM

In the 70 years since the United Nations was founded, never has there been a woman Secretary-General. But with a new leader of the global body set to be selected in 2016, many believe the time to shatter that glass ceiling is now.Advocates and several diplomats are urging for the next leader to be female. They point to the fact that women... read more

Women in Politics: College Edition – Ohio State University

07/09/15 02:17PM

Welcome to Women in Politics: College Edition, where promising women leaders in student government on college and university campuses across the country will be featured on msnbc.com. Celia Wright has been nominated to represent Ohio State University as a leader making a difference not only through key issues on campus, but in bridging the... read more

Headshot of Rachel Kania. (Photo courtesy of Rachel Kania)

The women bridging tech and politics in the 2016 election

06/29/15 11:42AM

In the 2012 presidential election, Twitter was the gold standard for being digitally savvy, playing a huge role in how the public -- particularly millennials -- viewed the candidates. The social media platform set the tone for debates, speeches and the party conventions. At the time, the 2012 election cycle broke Twitter records: with Election... read more

Headshot of Hilary Nachem. (Photo courtesy of Hilary Nachem)

The women bridging tech and politics in the 2016 election

06/29/15 11:38AM

In the 2012 presidential election, Twitter was the gold standard for being digitally savvy, playing a huge role in how the public -- particularly millennials -- viewed the candidates. The social media platform set the tone for debates, speeches and the party conventions. At the time, the 2012 election cycle broke Twitter records: with Election... read more

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