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Harpy*s Magazine is an online publication dedicated to gender justice.

WSU student’s art to be featured in feminist publication

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief February 22, 2024

Harpy*s Magazine is a feminist magazine run by WSU students and features meaningful work relating to gender, racial and all around empowerment. Janie Chu, senior public relations major and Harpy*s editor-in-chief,...

2nd Harpy*s Fair set for this Friday

Harpy*s Fair hopes to bring in higher numbers after pandemic

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor September 21, 2022

The second annual Harpy*s Fair is right around the corner, with booths encompassing all things gender equity and social justice.  “It's basically a fair surrounding the Women's Center and Coalition...

Harpy*s Magazine is an online publication dedicated to gender justice.

Women*s Center now taking submissions for student-run feminist magazine

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief February 24, 2022

The WSU Women*s Center is currently taking submissions for Harpy*s Magazine.  Jackelyn Sedano, Women*s Center program coordinator, said the magazine is a student-run feminist publication that started...

Harpy*s Magazine is a student-run publication and is sponsored by WSU’s Women*s Center. Its first issue was published online December 2020 on Issuu. 

Student-led feminist magazine accepting submissions

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter April 25, 2021

The student editors of Harpy*s Magazine are accepting literary and art submissions until May 15 for their second issue, which will be released early fall semester.  The feminist magazine’s theme...

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