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Jan. 18th, 2020 - San Diego Women's March

We still need feminism to enact social change

by Catherine Van Weele, Opinion Editor // January 22, 2020

Women and feminist activists have made tremendous progress over the last several decades. The workplace, the home and the many other spaces surrounding...

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Womyn’s Outreach Association President Shelby Rodich led the Take Back the Night march on campus.

Take Back the Night returns to SDSU

by Kaitlyn Little, Senior Staff Writer // April 17, 2019

The Andrea O'Donnell Womyn's Outreach Association hosted Take Back the Night, an open mic and rally for survivors and allies against sexual violence, on...

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Black Women's Healing Circle fosters valuable community through discussion

Black Women’s Healing Circle fosters valuable community through discussion

by Julianna Ress, Arts & Culture Editor // April 10, 2019

For the past three years, the Black Women’s Healing Circle on campus has worked to create a space for female, trans and non-binary black students to...

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Women's education activist Shiza Shahid visits campus

Women’s education activist Shiza Shahid visits campus

by Nakia Richardson, Staff Writer // March 13, 2019

Shiza Shahid, a women’s right activist, CEO and co-founder of the Malala Fund, encouraged San Diego State students to create their own path and advocate...

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The Brave Project returns to campus

The Brave Project returns to campus

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Staff Writer // February 6, 2019

San Diego State’s Women’s Resource Center is at the forefront of combating sexual violence on campus through an array of educational and community...

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Thousands met up in downtown San Diego on Jan. 19 to participate in the third annual Women's March.

Thousands take to streets for third annual Women’s March

by David Santillan, Assistant News Editor // January 23, 2019

Despite recent accusations of anti-Semitism, thousands of activists gathered in downtown San Diego for a third consecutive year to participate in the Women’s...

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Daisy Galeana, Lida Raifa, Sara R. Roldan, Debra Sterling Roy, Irene Tassie and Tabitha Burke made up the Women in Leadership panel on Nov. 30.

Women in Leadership panel shares advice, experience

by Nathan Godderis, Staff Writer // December 5, 2018

On Nov. 30, a Women in Leadership panel took place on campus, which brought together six influential women to discuss their careers and personal experiences. The...

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Film students explore sexism in surfing with upcoming documentary

Film students explore sexism in surfing with upcoming documentary

by Brenden Tuccinardi, Staff Writer // November 28, 2018

Surfing is having a #MeToo moment. Senior production majors Jenna Castillo and Somer Myers are capturing it in real time in a new documentary “Grace...

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Feminist groups on campus educate on women’s issues, offer support to students

Feminist groups on campus educate on women’s issues, offer support to students

by Lexington Howe, Assistant A&C Editor // November 16, 2018

Women across campus are looking to share their voice, starting with the community in and around SDSU. “My involvement in women’s rights and feminism...

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More than 37,000 joined in downtown San Diego in January 2018 for the second annual Women's March.

New women’s studies course examines #MeToo movement

by Aretha Matsushima, Staff Writer // November 15, 2018

In the midst of the #MeToo movement, San Diego State’s women’s studies department is stepping aside from their usual curriculum to offer a special...

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Ariana Grande, Carly Rae Jepsen deliver necessary variations of self-empowerment

Ariana Grande, Carly Rae Jepsen deliver necessary variations of self-empowerment

by Julianna Ress, Arts & Culture Editor // November 14, 2018

Ariana Grande has her first U.S. no. 1 hit. Thinking back on her illustrious career, it’s hard to believe she hadn’t topped the Billboard Hot 100...

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(Left to right) Anna Paulina, Antonia Okafor, Amy Robbins, Xena Amirani.

Turning Point USA hosts first campus event on gun rights and feminism

by Michael Cline, Staff Writer // November 10, 2018

The San Diego State chapter of the conservative student organization Turning Point USA hosted their first event on campus, a panel titled “Gun Rights...

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