Sarah Dunn
Sarah Dunn

Sarah Dunn is currently a student at the Gallatin School of Individualized Study program at NYU. My major incorporates Human Rights, Sociology, and Cultural Development. I am originally from Orange County, CA. We have great beaches! In addition to New York City, I have also lived in Nepal, Ecuador, and Spain. I love travel, speaking Spanish, yoga, music, activism, and acting. I'm delighted to connect with all of you beautiful policy mic members!

Nov. 1, 2013

How to Get a Gigantic Painting of Yourself in the National Portrait Gallery

Smash the glass ceiling? Check. Be a bad-ass? Check.

Oct. 9, 2013

Enough With the 'Strong Female Characters', Already

Why Hollywood should listen to Natalie Portman.
Sept. 18, 2013

Sochi 2014: The Real Reason the Olympics Are Caving to Russia's Anti-Gay Law

The alliance of Russia, a nation currently legalizing intolerance, and a sporting organization dedicated to promoting the “understanding of all kinds of people” actually makes perfect sense.
Sept. 9, 2013

If the NSA Pissed You Off, Check Out This Creepy Project

The conversation on privacy in the United States today and the conversation about the War on Drugs have recently collided.
Aug. 22, 2013

Why Gloria Steinem's Medal Of Freedom Isn't the End Of the Feminism

Gloria Steinem's hard work deserves recognition — but the best way to honor her is to realize that the fight for women's rights is far from over.
July 14, 2013

Why All NYC Women Should Attend the Women Center Stage Festival This Month

The festival offers a space to showcase stuff written, directed, and produced by women (don’t worry boys, you are allowed to watch), and NYC ladies don't want to miss it.

June 30, 2013

Why Gun Control is a Feminist Issue

The two most hotly debated topics in U.S. politics today are actually related, so feminist and gun control organizations must acknowledge how similar their struggles are.
June 29, 2013

4 Reasons to Be Scared Of Yoga

GOP Candidate E.W. Jackson thinks that yoga opens you up to Satanic possession. What else can the ancient practice do?
June 8, 2013

Elizbaeth Warren: Why the Freshman Senator Sets An Example For Her Colleagues

Amid the differing opinions regarding Elizabeth Warren’s new Student Loan Act, one thing is clear: Warren, unlike many senators, is at least trying to do her job.
June 4, 2013

6 Ways You Can Stop the Spectra Pipeline Construction

On May 12, Con Edison began working on the extension of the Spectra pipeline into the West Village in New York City. However, it is not too late to stop it. Here is what you can do to help.
May 17, 2013

'Arrested Development' Season 3: 3 Things the Cult Show Taught Television

“There is always money in the banana stand” is not the only lesson 'Arrested Development' has taught us about television and life.