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San Diego States rowing team was discontinued at the end of the 2020-2021 school year. NEarly 500 alumni since 1998 had participated in the rowing program.

One year later, women’s rowing still looks for answers after sudden cut

by Jason Freund, Sports Editor // November 10, 2021

It has been one year since San Diego State announced that after the 2020-2021 season, the women’s rowing team would be cut as an official sport. A...

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Newly-appointed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Kavanaugh confirmation sparks campus conversations about sexual assault resources

by Maya Al-Zaben, Contributor // October 10, 2018

During the battle over now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanugh's confirmation, which centered around the former judge's alleged sexual misconduct at his...

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DeVos rescinds Obama-era sexual assault guidelines

DeVos rescinds Obama-era sexual assault guidelines

by Lauren J. Mapp, Staff Writer // September 27, 2017

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced Sept. 22 her department will scrap sexual assault guidelines for universities previously established under...

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Panel talks Title IX at universities

Panel talks Title IX at universities

by Allyson Myers, Staff Writer // April 19, 2017

A question-and-answer panel on sexual assault titled “Sexual Assault in the Current Political Climate,” was held as part of Take Back the Week on April...

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Judge rules SDSU violated Title IX procedure

Judge rules SDSU violated Title IX procedure

by Jamie Ballard, Managing Editor // March 1, 2017

A San Diego court ruled on Feb. 2 that San Diego State violated procedural fairness in a Title IX investigation, by failing to provide a student accused...

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Despite Trump, transgender youth still protected under Title IX

by Sydney Sweeney, Senior Staff Columnist // February 28, 2017

Last week President Donald Trump rescinded Department of Education instructions to public schools outlining policy meant to protect transgender students...

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Student groups promote sexual violence prevention

Student groups promote sexual violence prevention

by Mary Vitale , Staff Writer // February 15, 2017

San Diego State organizations continue to work on events and initiatives to prevent sexual violence on campus. According to the SDSU Police Department,...

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SDSU Athletics Director John David Wicker.

Editorial: Wicker hiring shows SDSU, Hirshman learned nothing from $3.35 million lawsuit

by Editorial Board // November 2, 2016
The message Wicker’s hiring sends to women in the athletic department is clear: not only does SDSU not take Title IX seriously, but whistleblowers can and will be retaliated upon.
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SDSU accused of mishandling sexual assault investigation

by Jamie Ballard, News Editor // May 4, 2016

An SDSU student, identified only as 19-year-old  “John Doe” in official court documents is bringing charges against the university, claiming that...

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SDSU hosts second Let’s Talk briefing

by Christine Whitman , Senior Staff Writer // October 22, 2015

On Thursday, Sept. 24, San Diego State hosted the second event in its monthly series of Let’s Talk briefings at Scripps Cottage. The event featured a...

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Pro/Con: Group protects ‘wrongfully accused’

by Anna Waletzko and Anthony Berteaux // September 18, 2015

Pro By Anthony Berteaux When Title IX was signed into law by President Nixon on June 23, 1972, for all intents and purposes, Title IX had a noble...

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Sousa: It feels that I have my rights back

Sousa: ‘It feels that I have my rights back’

by Emely Navarro and Matthew Bain // September 2, 2015

Francisco Sousa returned to San Diego State’s campus Wednesday, speaking to media at the Conrad Prebys Student Union about the conclusion of his sexual...

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