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I believe that “you dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” Personal…
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After nearly a year of my health getting progressively worse, I went to the doctor. A month of invasive tests with my Gastroenterologist ended with a call during work to give me a diagnosis: Sprue, aka Coeliac Disease, aka Celiac Disease. I had never heard of Celiac disease and was really scared and confused about what this all meant.
One of the most challenging things when acknowledging any inequities is to balance the current situation with where we should… Read more How do you define her?
It is no secret that women are more objectified in our society compared to men. We are consistently judged on… Read more Cutting Remarks: How a woman’s hair length affects her brand
One of the most difficult organizational documents to finalize is a dress code. This is especially true in higher ed.… Read more Dress Code Example