41 years ago, Sandra Day O’Connor blazed a historic trail for women in the legal profession
Sandra Day O’Connor not only had a degree from one of the most prestigious universities in the world -- Stanford University in California -- but also a law degree she earned from the same institution in just two years.
Super Bowl marks the latest event to see pioneering women achieve breakthroughs in sports
Line judge Sarah Thomas #53 looks on before Super Bowl LV between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Last month’s Super Bowl LV in Tampa proved to serve as another breakthrough for women in sports, in a stretch of months that’s been full of them. Locust and Javadifar followed in the footsteps of Katie Sowers, an assistant for the San Francisco 49ers who became the first woman to coach in a Super Bowl last year. They’re now added to the list of other women who have broken barriers in sports recently. In January, the Boston Red Sox hired Bianca Smith as a minor league coach, becoming the first Black woman to coach in professional baseball.
Student volunteers reveal LGBTQIA+ history in Moody
This exhibit was part of the colleges observation of LGBTQIA+ History Month. Its absolutely student-created and student-led, Amelia Serafine, history instructor, said Oct. 29. Another article from the One Archives Foundation in the exhibit explained National Coming Out Day, an international LGBTQIA+ holiday as part of LGBTQIA+ History Month, observed Oct. 11. It is American history the same way that African American history is American history. Serafine said with this college celebrating LGBTQIA+ History Month, more students who are part of the community may be more comfortable being themselves.theranger.org