meghan markle

Media should spotlight women’s successes, not gender biases

Due to a historical lack of representation in the media to normalize their power, women face more scrutiny than men when they hold influential positions.Continue...

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s step back into private life

If you’ve scrolled through social media recently, you’ve probably heard about Harry and Meghan’s announcement. If not, I’m about to fill you in on all the royal drama.Continue...

Canada doesn’t need royal ‘razzle’ or ‘dazzle,’ thank you very much

Regardless of whether or not the Duke and Duchess of Sussex elect to make Canada their part-time home, our country is doing just fine with its “razzle dazzle” factor, despite what The New York Times might say to the contrary.Continue...

Tabloids need to leave Meghan Markle alone

While it’s common to see gossip stories about the British royal family, one royal couple has recently accused some publications of taking things too far.Continue...

The Royal Wedding is not another Cinderella story

On the morning of May 19, British royal Prince Harry married American actress Meghan Markle on live television, affording the general public a true “Where were you when...?” moment. While this may not sound important to the average Queen’s student, the story of Markle—an actress turned real-life princess—offers a universal lesson.Continue...