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'The Glaspell Project' tackles sexism

‘The Glaspell Project’ tackles sexism

by Sydney Faulkner, Staff Writer // October 3, 2018

San Diego State’s theatre department addressed current issues facing women with its take on the 100-year-old “Glaspell Project,” written by Susan...

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African countries are slowly, but surely embracing feminism

by Suma Massaley, Contributor // September 19, 2018

My first exposure to feminism was my parents' relationship. My dad was an extreme anti-feminist. He was very patriarchal and conservative in his beliefs...

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WOA promotes intersectional feminism on campus

WOA promotes intersectional feminism on campus

by Nathan Godderis, Contributor // September 19, 2018

On Tuesday, Sept.11, the Andrea O’Donnell Womyn’s Outreach Association held their first meeting of the school year, featuring discussion activities...

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Artistic recycling bin campaign launches across campus

Artistic recycling bin campaign launches across campus

by Lauren J. Mapp, Staff Writer // September 5, 2018

Students returning to San Diego State this semester may notice something different about the recycling bins in the quad near Love Library. Bins featuring...

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Hugh Hefner wasn’t a feminist, and we should stop crediting him for being one

by Dana Tsuri-Etzioni, Opinion Editor // October 4, 2017

Hugh Hefner was the ultimate advocate for the objectification of women, and with his death ends an era. But is the end of this era, one that includes the...

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Les Femmes International Film Festival comes to San Diego

by Danny Dyer, Staff Writer // September 7, 2017

Feminism and filmmaking have steadily intertwined into a powerhouse movement. Such is the same with Les Femmes Underground International Film Festival...

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Unwanted advances are about control, power

Unwanted advances are about control, power

by Andrea Lopez-Villafaña, Mundo Azteca Editor // April 19, 2017
You are not a prude because you said no to something that you don’t feel comfortable doing.
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‘Nasty women’ uniting through art exhibits

‘Nasty women’ uniting through art exhibits

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // January 25, 2017

On Saturday, Jan. 21 the Nasty Women Art Exhibition opened in Helmuth Projects, San Diego in solidarity with the Nasty Women Exhibition in New York City...

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Clinton’s platform reflective of progressive, intersectional feminism

by Anthony Berteaux, Staff Columnist // September 14, 2016

When Hillary Clinton spoke at a Planned Parenthood Action Fund dinner about the intersection of reproductive rights, economic inequality and systemic racism...

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Women’s Resource Center prepares for exciting year

by Lilly Glenister, Assistant Arts and Culture Editor // August 30, 2016

The start of a new school year can mean a lot of things. It’s a time to refocus, plan ahead and maybe most of all, a great time to meet new people. San...

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Hillary Clinton’s feminism doesn’t speak to everyone

by Kemi Giwa, Staff Writer // August 29, 2016

According to polls, Hillary Clinton is likely to be the next President of the United States. Even more noteworthy, the first woman President of the...

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New learning community raises awareness to gender equality

New learning community raises awareness to gender equality

by Nicole Sazegar, Senior Staff Writer // April 6, 2016

Residential learning communities can inspire a tight-knit community of like-minded individuals all reaching for the same goal. The new Women and Gender...

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