The Signal asks… What woman should be on the $10 bill?

Farihah Shameem, freshman biology major.
Farihah Shameem, freshman biology major.

“Ellen DeGeneres because of what she does for people… She uses her platform for a good cause.”

Tyler Errico, junior mechanical engineering major.
Tyler Errico, junior mechanical engineering major.

“Eleanor Roosevelt. She was an interesting person and helped influence her husband a lot on his decisions.”

Emilie Kim, junior Spanish and biology double major.
Emilie Kim, junior Spanish and biology double major.

“Harriet Tubman. She was illiterate, but had a lot of power.”

Steven Rodriguez, senior history and philosophy double major.
Steven Rodriguez, senior history and philosophy double major.

“Sappho, a Greek female poet (and) one of the only ones (of that time). I think that’s a great figure.”

Some say that the Department of Treasury’s top choice for the $10 bill should be Beyoncé. (Raphaëlle Gamanho / Cartoonist)
Some say that the Department of Treasury’s top choice for the $10 bill should be Beyoncé. (Raphaëlle Gamanho / Cartoonist)