I talk with Yuli Rodriguez, a 3rd year Cal Poly San Luis Obispo student about the fabric of sorority life in a dynamic exchange. As I challenge Greek life, renowned for its looks-based exclusiveness and social prescription for femininity, Yuli reminds me that sororities were women's original support system – a secret sisterhood when they had just gained access to the formerly male-dominated world of academia.
A whole world opens for listeners in this intimate conversation about the nuances of recovery. Meet Naomi Oppenheim, a 19-year-old SFSU student whose courageous recovery lights a path for young women wrestling with what has become an all too common rite of passage into womanhood. On a mobile? Sign up for our newsletter below!
Sometimes it gets rough being out there. There's no tougher time than when you are between 11 and 18. This is a practice you can learn to do that will smooth your rough edges and reconnect you with what really matters.
This meditation will ground you when you need to come back home to the earth.