Jen Garg is a student at Arizona State University studying Journalism and Economics. She loves reading and writing and is a certified Netflix binger. Her one goal is to make a difference and a positive change in the world. In her free time, you'll probably see her writing up a storm or with her face buried in a book.
Jen GargThe month’s feminist fiction book of the month is Graceling by Kristin Cashore - a story about a girl named Katsa who was graced with the killing power at birth. But that gift made her the King’s ...Continue reading
Jen GargAlthough the overwhelming majority of people accept vaccinations to be a positive and necessary aspect of good healthcare, there are more than a few cases of those believing the spread of vaccine misi...Continue reading
Jen GargSickle cell disease affects mainly people with an African background but it's a genetic disease that can be passed down to anyone, regardless of race, color, gender, or socioeconomic background. Exper...Continue reading
Jen GargEven though I was born in India and celebrate my Indian culture even in America, it wasn’t until the summer before my freshman year at college that I attended my cousin’s wedding in India (that I ...Continue reading
Jen GargI spent most of my life in California and am a Californian at heart, but I chose to go to school in Arizona. After almost two years of living out of state, I’ve gotten in the habit of packing on a t...Continue reading
Jen GargFor the first time in history, a woman gave birth with a transplanted uterus from a deceased donor. There have been 11 babies born to a woman with a transplanted but those were all from live donors. T...Continue reading
Jen GargAfter a long stressful week, the best thing anyone could ask for is some good ol’ fashioned retail therapy. And what could possibly be better than jumping online and getting to do it in your underwe...Continue reading
Jen GargSocial media has pretty much become synonymous with the 2000’s era. There was the era of the flappers, the era of the sock hops and poodle skirts, and now we’re on the era of social media influenc...Continue reading
Jen GargGrowing up in the Bay Area meant being very familiar with tech companies laying their groundwork right in my backyard. Facebook, Apple, and Netflix have all laid their claim to this land and we’ve b...Continue reading
Jen Garg“I was not a pet, not a doll, not an animal. I was a survivor, and I was strong. I would not be weak, or helpless again I would not, could not be broken. Tamed.” A Court of Thorns and Roses writte...Continue reading
Jen GargBorn in a small town in Wisconsin, Dianne Post says she always had a “justice bone” in her body. Even as a child, Post was fighting for the rights and well being for the less fortunate and disenfr...Continue reading
Jen GargThe National Organization for Women is a nonprofit organization whose goal is to educate the public about feminism and women's rights as well as carry out litigation. NOW is the biggest nonprofit femi...Continue reading
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