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Archive for April, 2010


Written by Woodhull Co-Founder and Woodhull Faculty, Margot Magowan.  As published in the SF Gate on April 8, 2010.

Even though I wasn’t a supporter of Sarah Palin, she was recently hired at Fox News, and I feel I need to warn her. After all, she’s a brunette who often wears glasses– a breed targeted for extinction in Foxworld.

There’s something creepy going on at Fox News, and it’s not just the skewed way they choose to report the news. When a woman gets a job on the “fair and balanced” news network, she gets “Foxified.” No matter how she looks or how old she is when she signs her contract, these female contributors transform, appearing on our screens strangely clone-like, blonde and so heavily made up they all look around 40.


Category : Living | Media | News | Blog

Written by Woodhull Alum, Alexandria Stevens, as published in her book, Power Tools: Ideas You Can Use to Disassemble Fear.

If you really believe that you are on the right path, then nothing must deter you from its pursuit. However, if someone else has told you that this is what you SHOULD be doing, it’s time to re-assess. If your guilty mind is telling you that you SHOULD be doing it, it’s time to re-calculate.   And last, but not least, if your gut (your intuition) is aching because what you’re doing just doesn’t feel right somehow – but you feel you SHOULD not quit, then its time to re-evaluate.


Category : Living | Blog

Written by Woodhull Co-Founder and Woodhull Faculty, Margot Magowan, as posted i on April 5, 2010 in http://margotmagowan.wordpress.com/

“How to Train Your Dragon” is a great movie; I was riveted from start to finish. The story is compelling and the animation is wonderful. A misfit boy, Hiccup, refuses to kill the dragons who relentlessly attack his Viking village, even as everyone around him, who he loves and respects, viciously slaughters them. Hiccup, instead, befriends and trains the creatures, ultimately bringing peace to his people.

But why couldn’t Hiccup have been a girl? Why couldn’t the dragon in the title have been female?


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