A dotted red trail leads up to a heart on the top of a book next to some coffee and flowers.

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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Column: Women are overcharged for basic healthcare, making them wary of seeking medical help

I became aware there was a cost to having a uterus when I visited the gynecologist for the first

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Women at CSUF are graduating at a faster pace than men

Despite the fact that women still earn less than men on average, according to the Institute for Women’s Policy

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Rough Sketch: Mistreatment of women in Pixar revisited after John Lasseter’s recent leave

In light of recent allegations involving Chief Creative Officer of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios John Lasseter, it

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OLLI presentation tackles underrepresented women in STEM

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute continued its “Tales of a Great University” series with a presentation by Susamma Barua,

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