Samantha Raugh, a freshman psychology major, describes herself as outgoing and social. She characterizes women as strong and independent. She experiences conflicts based on the sole fact that she is a woman, “all the time.”

Kaitlynn Esemaya, a senior chemistry and neuroscience major, describes herself as confident. As a woman in the STEM field, people make judgements about her intelligence based on the way she looks, dresses, and talks.

Jingru Jiang, a freshman, characterizes herself as kind, enthusiastic, and a caretaker. She says that people have called her “fat-ass girl,” which isn’t what she wants. “I think there are kinder characteristics to identify anybody,” Jingru says.

Samantha Raugh, a freshman psychology major, describes herself as outgoing and social. She characterizes women as strong and independent. She experiences conflicts based on the sole fact that she is a woman, “all the time.”

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