Sunday, May 16, 2021

Maddie Solomon

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Maddie Solomon is a first year at Occidental College from Denver, Colorado, with an interest in political theory, education, and non-profit work. At Occidental, she worked as a Telefund employee/Ambassador and currently writes for The Occidental, the student-run newspaper. She is a first-year representative for the Hillel executive board and does extensive volunteering with the Upward Bound and Neighborhood Partnership Program—both programs that work with low-income, first generation youth.
Domestic Violence Often Leads to Mass Atrocity by Maddie Solomon - Photo by Lola Farrell

Domestic Violence Often Leads to Mass Atrocity

"We need to take notice of the fact that we are enabling men to express their anger in unhealthy ways mired in attraction to violence and guns."
Benevolent Sexism by Maddie Solomon - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Benevolent Sexism: It Isn’t a Compliment

Is that sexist? Sexism is not just the overt, hostile sexism portrayed in the media...
Eva by Whitney Cohen

Eva

A Missed Connection by Adina Solomon - Photo by Marika Campbell-Blue

A Missed Connection

Serenity

Benevolent Sexism: It Isn’t a Compliment

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