From the Little Ole Cashier to the Academic Advisor

Since the age of 11 years old I have been working. One of my most valuable jobs was helping my father run his grocery store. Working there I learned a few tricks from a man that was an entrepreneur and had a vision for success and growth. I learned the basics of customer service and…

Love, Hope, Strength, Faith: Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

By: Rhonda Nemri It was last May of 2015, I signed up to do the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. I decided to join because most of my coworkers/friends had joined, and I thought to myself it’s for a good cause. I didn’t know anyone with breast cancer, but I still felt connected…

Happy International Women’s Day 2013

Happy Women’s International Day! This is an important day for us women!. Each one of you have an ability to make a change, and inspire others. You have a voice, and you can be empowering. Do not let anyone tell you, you can’t be something, or do something, because you are a woman. Show that…

I Didn’t Ask For It: A Look At Sexual Harrassment and Rape Culture

By: Rhonda Nemri Whistling, blowing kisses, grabbing, touching, cat-calling, these are a few of the things that most people don’t realize that it is the same as sexual harassment, or sexual assault. Women from all over the world experience some of these forms of assaults. If not, then the worst case scenario is rape.  As…

Double-Standard Versus Women

Double-Standard Versus Women. Please feel free to read other publications/Authors from the Pastels Communication Journal.