17 Sep 2019

Back-and-forth battle ends with Gators commanding victory

The women’s soccer team took total control of the second half during Friday’s late afternoon matchup between the Gators and the Argonauts of Notre Dame de Namur.  The Gators pulled

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09 Sep 2019

Volleyball secures season opening sweep

SF State Women’s Volleyball team came away with a split decision on Friday in a two-game matchup on day one of this weekend’s Seaside Invitational at the Golden Gymnasium in

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09 Sep 2019

Women Gators Start Season with Draw in Denver

The women’s soccer team traveled over 1,250 miles for their opening season game against the Regis Rangers in Denver, resulting in a 1–1 draw.  Going in, head coach Brittany Cameron

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08 Mar 2019

Annual on-campus women’s conference to discuss body positivity

The eighth annual SF State “I am Me” women’s conference is happening on March 9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Jack Adams Hall in the Student Center. The

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19 Feb 2019

Women candidates vie for election

In light of President’s Day, candidate announcements for the 2020 presidency continue to grow. Over 523 candidates have filed to run with the Federal Election Commission, 13 of those candidates

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12 Oct 2018

San Francisco public art ordinance puts more women on pedestals

San Francisco is well known for its remarkable public art, but out of the city’s 87 public statues, just three represent women, according to Smithsonian News. Back in 2017, then-City

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26 Sep 2018

It’s a human right, period.

Earlier this month, Scotland became the first country to tackle “period poverty” head on by offering free period products for all students – and for once, America needs to take

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25 Sep 2018

Basic hygiene products give hope to homeless in San Francisco

Imagine not being able to shower, brush your teeth or have menstrual products for days or even weeks. There’s an ongoing issue with the lack of hygiene products available to

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03 Sep 2018

Women’s Volleyball Address Defensive Issues At D2 West Region Volleyball Showcase

The San Francisco State Volleyball team has now lost two games in a row after being swept 3-0 by the University of Hawaii Hilo at the D2 West Region Volleyball

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14 Feb 2018

Women’s rugby team on the rise

A small, but tightly knit group of women is working hard to fuel the up-and-coming women’s rugby team at SF State. Sophomore Hailey House is the founder and captain of

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08 Apr 2017

SF Women Against Rape holds annual walk to raise awareness

San Francisco Women Against Rape held their 12th annual walk on April 8 at the Women’s Building to raise awareness about sexual assault and violence against women. According to SFWAR,

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09 Mar 2017

Bay Area activists attend “A Day Without Women” at SF City Hall

Activists gathered at San Francisco City Hall as the rally for “A Day Without Woman” kicked off on Wednesday. Women and male allies came to stand up and show solidarity

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08 Mar 2017

Women’s March organization holds Day Without Women rally

The San Francisco Women’s March organization will be holding a Day Without a Woman rally on Wednesday at San Francisco City Hall from 11 a.m. to noon, where the group

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08 Mar 2016

One day per year isn’t enough to bridge the gender divide

SF State celebrated International Women’s Day on Tuesday by having a two-hour-long event in Malcolm X Plaza with music, sex education and spoken word and dance performances. Men cooked for

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08 Mar 2016

SF State organizations come together to celebrate International Women’s Day

Performers stood in light showers and read poetry that conveyed themes of pride, individuality and inspiration at SF State to celebrate International Women’s Day Tuesday, March 8. Those there in support

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26 Sep 2015

Empowerment of Middle Eastern women captured in photography showcase

Onlookers gazed deeply into the eyes of a Middle Eastern woman, a vividly tattooed arm peeking out from under her finely detailed garment. Forty-three other images joined the photograph, decorating the

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22 Oct 2013

Don’t let college love eclipse your post-graduate ambitions

Drawn by Kirstie Haruta Upon entering college, I was determined to graduate in three years, move back to Los Angeles, and become a glorious success. But those plans came to

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