Women's History Month

Welcome to Old School 105.7’s celebration of Women’s History Month!

We’re excited that you’re joining us in honoring some of the countless women who have and continue pave a path for generations to come.

It’s our hope that in these stories you’ll see your story and more so, the “her-story” of the amazing ways that women shape the world we live in.

You’ll be treated to stories each day designed with you in mind. Here’s just a taste of what’s in store for you during Old School 105.7’s Women’s History Month:

  • 7 Memoirs by Women To Add To Your “Must-Read” List
  • From Gilda to Leslie Jones – Our Favorite SNL Ladies
  • TGFSR – Thank Goodness For Shonda Rhimes
  • 5 Ways To Celebrate Women’s History Month With You Children
  • Your Custom Women’s History Month Playlist
  • 6 Women You Should Be Following On Twitter

What better way to begin Women’s History Month than with the words of poet, author, and civil rights activist Maya Angelou:

I am a Woman Phenomenally. Phenomenal Woman, that’s me.

We look forward to having you join us in our journey of celebration of Women’s History Month.

These 3 Women Are Currently Making History

For many years, women have put in much hard work in order to make a name for themselves and shine bright. Whatever we put our mind to, we definitely become; as writers, comedians and even directors, we can do it all. Today, we focus on three badass women who are determined to show the world…

7 Women's Firsts You May Not Know

So many women have helped pave the way for all of us that sometimes you may miss learning about a historical milestone and other notable firsts here and there.  In honor of Women's History Month, here's seven women's first you may not know.

Diane Warren Is A Hit Maker

The work of songwriter Diane Warren spans across four decades. From rock stars to divas and everywhere in between, Warren’s songwriting gift has touched multiple genres and has probably worked its way into more of your playlists than you’d think.