Friday Interview: Has Feminism Outlived Its Usefulness?

RALEIGH — Feminists should declare victory, then go home. That’s one way to summarize conservative columnist and author S.E. Cupp’s response to today’s radical feminists. She believes their ideas resonate with very few young women today. Cupp explained why during a recent presentation at North Carolina State University. She also discussed feminism with Mitch Kokai for Carolina Journal Radio.

CJ Staff

If This Is Oppression, It Is Fine By Me

RALEIGH -- If you're looking for a job these days, there's a good chance you've interviewed with a company run by a woman. Nearly one in four chief executives is a woman, reports the U.S. Department of Labor, based on 2008 figures. In fact, so many women are now in charge that DOL will likely soon remove chief executive from its list of nontraditional occupations for women.

Donna Martinez

Call. 80: Student Columnist Accuses N.C. State English Department of Feminist Bias

A columnist for the Technician, N.C. State University's official student newspaper, has ignited a controversy on that campus with his charge that the English Department is an " convert the ideas and opinions of the student body to the conformist views of feminism." Ryan Galligan, a fifth-year student and former "P.C. tool," wrote in his Oct. 12 column that N.C. State English faculty use "subjective grading [as] a convenient power tool" against students, who are "academically bullied to cherish feminism." He specifically mentioned English 111 and 112, the freshmen composition courses all freshmen are required to take.

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