Articles with Angelica Rusilowski

Hillary Clinton’s Presidential Defeat – Inspiring Women Everywhere

Hillary Clinton’s Presidential Defeat – Inspiring Women Everywhere

Immediately following the presidential election, I felt compelled to run for office, and I don’t think that I am necessarily alone in feeling that way. In fact, ever since the outcome of the election, we have seen a spike in interest…

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Angelica Rusilowski

Angelica is an MPH candidate at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health in New York City. She is passionate about health-related gender inequalities and their impact on reproductive health. When she is not advocating for women's rights, she looks to art as a healthy medium to alleviate her frustrations with the world and break away from the endless hours of studying. If she is not glued to her canvas or reading assignments, you can find her at one of the local East Village cafes with her favorite Vonnegut novel in hand or kayaking through the Scandinavian fjords.

Male Birth Control: Another Reminder that Women are Inferior

Male Birth Control: Another Reminder that Women are Inferior

A clinical trial of contraceptives for men was brought to a halt after it discovered that: “the risks to the [male] study participants outweighed the potential benefits.” Now, if you are a woman, like myself, who chooses to use oral contraceptives…

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Angelica Rusilowski

Angelica is an MPH candidate at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health in New York City. She is passionate about health-related gender inequalities and their impact on reproductive health. When she is not advocating for women's rights, she looks to art as a healthy medium to alleviate her frustrations with the world and break away from the endless hours of studying. If she is not glued to her canvas or reading assignments, you can find her at one of the local East Village cafes with her favorite Vonnegut novel in hand or kayaking through the Scandinavian fjords.