Created by Kadesha Caradine (Editor), Nitika Reddy (Editorial Assistant), Kali Place (Journalist), Sam Stallings (Journalist), and Laura Cutlip (Graphic Designer) during Block 6 2015
“Wave is a feminist rag that outfits Third Wave feminist ideology. Here at Wave, we try to make sure that we are as all-encompassing as possible, because we believe that inclusivity, as well as diversity, are two very important issues when it comes to Third Wave feminism. In our very first edition of Wave, we have decided to take on topics including body positivity and sex positivity, along with the looming question, “Should men be included in feminism?” Our plan is to shed light on feminist topics in a way that is empowering and productive in our advancement for the equal opportunity of women.”
—Kadesha Caradine, Editor
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Created by Colorado College students Maggie Deadrick (Editor), Peter Shuldiner (Journalist), Carmen Rodi (Journalist), and Natalie Dupille (Graphic Designer)–Block 8 2012
“Queeries is a project that is meant to contest culture and nature, and allow what is considered abnormal to find a place where it is considered normal. Queeries is a safe space for people who feel like they are always battling culture and nature to finally feel at one with the forces. And Queeries is a window for those who consider themselves accepting on the outside, but don’t feel it on the inside, to learn and grow into truly understanding humans. Thank you for taking the time to open this magazine; our readers are our first step toward success, and we’re glad you’re taking this journey with us.”
–Margaret S. Deadrick, Editor
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