Agnes Scott Residence Life

This is the residence life page, from: agnesscott.edu This is the residence life page. It it located under the “student life” tab where it says “housing”. On this page there is information for all of the residence halls located on campus. On the left side of the page there is a list of the residence halls. Each one on the list link to a separate page with more...

Agnes Scott Student Life

The student life page, from: agnesscott.edu This is the student life page. On the left side of the page there is a sidebar that provides links to information about student traditions, campus housing, dining, student organizations, community service and more. Each item on the list link to a separate page. When you scroll down, there is information about student support services, community engagement and leadership opportunities. Each section links to a separate page with more information on the...

Agnes Scott Academics

Screenshot of the academics page, from: agnesscott.edu This is the academics page on the website. It provides information on majors and minors, registration, faculty and several other academic resources. On the left side of the page, there is a sidebar with links to all of this information. As you scroll down, you will see information about studying abroad and internships available. There are also links to more information about these topics. On the right side of the page, there is a list of the majors and minors offered to students. Each one on the list, links to a separate page for more information about the programs. You can also click on “majors and minors” and it links to a separate page with all of the majors and minors...

Agnes Scott Website Home Page Header

This is the slide show located at very top of the home page. It is the first thing you see when first log onto the site. The images display different aspects of the school and its success. Each image has a button the allows you to click and learn more information about what the image is displaying. The first image is Agnes Scott College’s Dalton Art Gallery. It is displaying its exhibition, “showing|thinking”. The next image links to information about the 45th Annual Writing Festival. The third image links to the information about SUMMIT. The fourth image links to information about the worldwide trips that students go on for “global learning. The firth image is a picture of Xinyoa Li, a current student. It links to her story about being able to study abroad in Moscow, Russia. She was accepted into the Math in Moscow program at the Independent University of Moscow. The final image links to a video of Elizabeth Kiss, president of Agnes Scott, speaking on the importance of women’s...

“Men Working”

I noticed this sign on my way to Aderhold last Thursday. It made me question “Why? Were women not working?” I went home later that day and read some articles regarding possible issues of the sign. Here’s a link to my favorite one: http://content.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1830974,00.html Frances Romero writes an article for Time that addresses the issue of women not being acknowledged in the work force. She uses statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and even quotes from the CEO of Pink magazine. “The sign issue is important because it is indicative of messages and signs that women receive all day, every day, on the streets, in the board room, in every aspect of their lives, especially professionally, that either ignore women or disparage...
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