The PostScript

Juniors celebrate at 2018 ring ceremony

Temiloluwa Adeyemi, editor

March 29, 2018

Columbia College hosted its annual Junior Ring Ceremony, Feb. 9. In honor of this tradition, The PostScript brings you captured moments from the 2018 Junior Ring Ceremony. “To a great extent, an unforgettable moment .” - Kat...

Senior reflects on her time at CC

Sydni Wilson, Editor

April 18, 2016

When I first arrived at Columbia College, I was an 18-year-old woman who thought I had the world figured out; I was so wrong. The past four years have been filled with new experiences, inside and outside of the classroom. Not...

Positive body image attacked by rigid beauty standards

Paige Riggins, Staff writer

April 18, 2016

Five percent of women have a body type desired by modeling agencies while 91 percent  fight to get that desired body type, according to Do Something, a global organization for social change. Earlier this month, issues arose with Lane Bryant, a plus-s...

Self love leads to enlightenment

Paige A. Riggins, Staff writer

April 6, 2016

Fifty-four percent of women are their own worst critic when it comes to beauty, according to Dove. Maybe maturity or not caring about what anyone else thinks brings about positive self-esteem. I didn’t have high self-esteem...

Women’s college grads are fit for real world

Elizabeth Howe, Contributor

April 28, 2014

The skills that women gain from women’s colleges propel them into a variety of leadership roles. In the United States, society tends to have negative connotations about women’s colleges. The Forum, Claremont McKenna College’s newspaper, publi...

Join the female percussion community

Kara L. Anderson, Staff Writer

April 26, 2014

Although few resources for female percussionists exist, I have discovered five that can help you become part of the national and international drumming community. These sources focus on women in drumming, but can benefit any...

Music industry portrays false sexual desire of women

Lesley Peña, Contributor

April 26, 2014

It smacked me, when I was looking up rhythm and blues songs to add to my playlist, that the impression that women want sexual pleasure was everywhere in music. When I was younger, I would hear Hispanic songs describing women...

Female chefs overshadowed by men

Lesley Peña, Contributor

April 26, 2014

Quick, name a famous chef. Was the answer Guy Fieri or Bobby Flay? Most people know them because of huge popularity inFood Network. According to “Gordon Ramsay Tops Our List Of The Highest Earning Chefs” by Forbes staff Dorothy Pomerantz, Gordon Ramsay makes $38 million follow by Rachel Ray making $25 million. There are...

Don’t disregard female rock ‘n’ roll pioneers

Kara L. Anderson, Staff Writer

April 22, 2014

Although men dominated rock ‘n’ roll music during the 1950s, women contributed to the establishment of rock ‘n’ roll in many ways that people today do not realize. I have listed five female artists who reigned during t...

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