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Complete the History Books: Women in STEM

MAKERS fills in the history books with the untold stories of women in STEM. Read More »

Marissa Mayer Is Expecting Twins

On Monday, Marissa Mayer posted a blog announcing some very exciting news — she's expecting identical twin girls! Read More »

Get to Know Olympic Track and Field Sprinter Allyson Felix: 6 Fast Facts You Should Know

On Sunday, American track and field sprinter Allyson Felix became the first woman to win World titles in both the 200-meter and the 400-meter, breaking the U.S. record for gold medals. Read More »

Actor Daniel Craig Hopes His Next James Bond Character Will Be "Not as Sexist"

Actor Daniel Craig, who portrays James Bond, wants people to see his Bond character in a new way — specifically the way in which his character is portrayed with women.   Read More »

What Scared Wes Craven the Most About Women (It's Really Sweet)

Iconic writer, director, and producer Wes Craven died yesterday at the age of 76. Read More »

Former CEO Margaret Heffernan Reveals Career Advice for Millennials

The first few months after graduation are vital for any post-graduate. Whether you're pursuing an internship, an entry-level position, or in the throes of an intense job search, taking small steps each day is critical to reach your short-term and long-term goals. Read More »

Why the Women’s U.S. Open Final Sold Out Before the Men’s

Serena Williams is making history for the U.S. open final before she’s even stepped foot on the court. Williams reportedly helped the women's final sell out before the men's final for the first time ever, according to the United States Tennis Association. Read More »

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