Published by The Critograph on Jan. 25, 2017
Katherine Graves, Copy Desk Chief-
The United States does not have universal laws regarding menstrual leave, and only one company in the U.S. has a policy referencing it.
Coexist, a small British company in Bristol, announced in March 2016 that they would introduce a ‘period policy,’ which sparked debate about whether or not menstrual leave is a necessary concern that should be addressed by other companies.
Published by The Critograph on Nov. 16, 2016
Katherine Graves, Assistant Editor-
Graphic by Brittany Peck.
When Lynchburg’s only dollar theater, Cinemark Movies 10, closed a year ago, college students and anyone else who didn’t want to spend $10 or more to see a movie in a theater were left with few options other than Redbox and Netflix. With the opening of Venue Cinemas on Lakeside Drive, five minutes from the college, students can now see films for a maximum of only $3.