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Women's Life

Saida Oliver, editor

 

Females outstudy males, study shows

Washington, D.C. (August 24) — America’s female college students study more, are more likely to read their textbooks thoroughly and to earn “A”s in their courses, and expect to graduate in less time than their male counterparts. Male students study one-third less than women, party more often, are more likely to earn a “C” or less in their courses, and expect to take longer to graduate, according to a nationwide study of 1,800 college students released today by Student Monitor. [More]

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Women excluded from top news anchor jobs

“Male news anchors continue to dominate America’s newsrooms”: this according to “Women’s Presence in Network Newsrooms,” a 1997 article published in Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. [More]

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