Tag: women

CSUF looks at female candidates in the 2020 presidential election

A record number of female candidates announced that they would be running for the 2020 presidential election, nearly 100

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Editorial: From Michelle Obama to Malala Yousafzai, women deserve to be recognized

As a nod to Women’s History Month, it is important to have this special women’s issue to remind everyone

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Shelley Duvall's character in "The shining" screams as the ax with the word misogyny breaks through the door.

The misogynistic portrayal of women in horror films

The most frightening thing about women in horror films is not the fact that they are often monstrous, supernatural

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Letter to the Editor: Anti-abortion display at CSUF is counterproductive

As an anti-abortion activist, I’ve been asked to host the Genocide Awareness Project on campus, which is a large

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Column: The note I found in ‘The Girls Who Went Away’

In 1995, my mother had jet black hair that was usually tied up with a soft scrunchie. When she

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Newly elected women march on Washington.

Midterms see women win big in House

The 2018 midterms marked more than the arrival of an incoming blue wave in Capitol Hill; it set a

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The leg depicts comments received by women judged by the length of a skirt and marked where the skirt ended on the leg.

How women are taking back their sexuality online and at work

Women who embrace their sexuality face a stigma: Expression of their bodies results in being labeled as a slut.

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Women of color at CSUF gather to talk about their internal struggles.

Sister Talk encourages young women of color to prosper

Student organization, Sister Talk, creates a refuge in their all-women’s club that endorses prosperity and encouragement amongst women of

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