The woman behind the renaming of DeSales

By Victoria Miller Staff Writer Dorothy Day was a women’s rights activist, editor, journalist, prophet and faithful Daughter of the Church. Dorothy Day was born on Nov. 8, 1897 in New York City. Day’s parents, Grace and John, were journalists. She was also the third of five children.  Known as a radical in her time for her involvement in women’s suffrage and pacifism, Day … [Read more...]

From the Editor’s Desk: Slacktivism

During the Super Bowl, the Twitter account for an organization called NARAL Pro-Choice America posted criticisms of commercials they perceived as chauvinist or anti-abortion in some way. Disregarding that most ads’ main goals are to make you laugh (or cry) and to make money, NARAL’s lamest tweet criticized Audi for casting a man instead of a woman as the lead in their … [Read more...]