Sports columnist Dan O'Shaughnessy caused a stir across the sports world, when he made a controversial tweet about women in sports.
A quiet storm, which has been brewing here since mid-January, has recently become a political tsunami.
Mary Brown was the living embodiment of the "fighting Irish," a "never give up, never give in" spirit of independence and progressivism.
She cared deeply about connections: between teaching and activism, art and labor, history and practice, and above all, between people.
In addition to the Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace, what seems to be needed is an Internet Bill of Rights and a Cyber-Civil Rights Act.
Women in the media spotlight have gone on record, for a variety of reasons, refusing to be associated with the word or the movement.
Some day organized dissent will change the system that allows cases like that of Sandra Bland to occur; let's make that day happen sooner rather than later.
Emails uncovered by Wikileaks, and anti-woman comments in an interview with Avengers actors, do not paint a nice picture of how Marvel views women.
Think about it: before Goodell as well as Ravens coach Jim Harbaugh and Ravens officials saw this new tape, what did they think had transpired on that elevator?
For working women the results of the November 2014 election will determine much about your life on and off the job.