By Betty Mills
On a list of issues concerned with the lives of women, the American Association of University Women analyzed critical votes by members of the U. S. House of Representatives and the U. S. Senate in the first session (2011) of the 112th Congress. The legislation included campus safety, education, jobs (women make up 76 % of the teaching profession), the paycheck fairness act, reproductive health, and several bills concerned with the budget.
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Models Emma, Grace and Carolyne wearing Stella Thomas designs for the benefit show at OSU. Photo by Maggie McKenney Photography.
By Katy Kassian
Recently a group of North Dakota businesses pulled together to make a difference in women’s lives.
The Oklahoma State University Chapter of the American Association of University Women hosted an “Evening of Arts and Entertainment” at the Conoco Phillips Alumni Center. The women of this chapter are focused on “breaking through barriers for women and girls in all aspects of life.”
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