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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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Refugees step up to help the homeless in El Cajon

August 14, 2018

Huma Ghosh PH.D a San Diego State Women's studies professor, and some of her students volunteer with License to Freedom, a refugee crisis center, to help...

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Women's Studies organizes for gender justice

Women’s Studies organizes for gender justice

by Spencer White and Nicole Badgley // January 30, 2017

This article has been updated. (Feb. 5 9:47 PST) An event organized by the Women’s Studies Department on Jan. 26 invited community leaders to speak...

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Women’s studies department hosts first monthly colloquium of fall semester

by Nicole Badgley, Contributor // September 23, 2016

Each month, the Bread and Roses Center of the department of women’s studies at San Diego State hosts a Feminist Research Colloquium. The program invites...

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SDSU adds new courses this fall

SDSU adds new courses this fall

by Jocelyn Moran, Staff Writer // September 14, 2016

San Diego State added 23 lower and upper division courses in a variety of departments this semester. Several of these classes focus on ways students...

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SDSU research center fosters student feminist activism

SDSU research center fosters student feminist activism

by Nicole Sazegar, Senior Staff Writer // March 14, 2016

The phrase “bread and roses” was the rallying cry of female workers on strike in the 20th century. The political slogan became an iconic reminder about...

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SDSU Feminist Research Symposium expands focus areas

SDSU Feminist Research Symposium expands focus areas

by Kayla Jimenez, Staff Writer // March 1, 2016

San Diego State students from the women’s studies department’s “Women’s Movements and Activism” course presented their original research at Bread...

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New Women's Resource Center coordinator runs 'brave space' for women

New Women’s Resource Center coordinator runs ‘brave space’ for women

by Nicole Sazegar, Senior Staff Writer // February 24, 2016

When Jessica Nare graduated from San Diego State with a graduate degree in women’s studies, all she was sure of was that she wanted to create social...

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Women's studies professor gives voice to queer and lesbian Muslim women

Women’s studies professor gives voice to queer and lesbian Muslim women

by Liliana Cervantes, Staff Writer // February 18, 2016

In the LGBTQ community, Muslim women are speaking up about their sexuality and their struggle to be identified with the Islamic faith. San Diego State...

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Women's Resource Center opens doors

Women’s Resource Center opens doors

by Jamie Ballard, News Editor // January 25, 2016

As students flocked back to classes on Jan. 20, Women's Studies lecturer Jessica Nare was busy prepping for the official opening of the Women's Resource...

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SDSU female professors recognized for achievements in diversity

SDSU female professors recognized for achievements in diversity

by Jada Johnson, Contributor // October 2, 2015

Three San Diego State professors were recently recognized for their achievements in a nationally recognized magazine that focuses on diversity in higher...

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Graduate students top charts

Graduate students top charts

by Maria Del Carmen Huerta, Contributor // September 2, 2015

The class of San Diego State graduate students starting fall 2015 is among the most academically accomplished in SDSU history. This year SDSU received...

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