Long Beach State has a new program that is spearheaded by women from engineering and computer science, meant to support current students through mentorship and professional development. It’s just one program the college has to continue addressing the gap between the number of women pursing the field versus men.
In this episode, hosts news editor Julia Terbeche and multimedia editor Lauren Berny sit down with a special guest, editor-in-chief Madalyn Amato, to talk about women’s issues, what it’s like being women in journalism, dating and our futures.
CSULB women’s studies professor, activist remembered as ‘role model’ for her impact on the department
Proud feminist Wendy Griffin was the program’s first full-time faculty member.
The virtual conference Women Make Film, a panel of four filmmakers, prompts a look at how faculty and students in CSULB’s Department of Film and Electronic Arts are in pursuit of representing women in the industry.
Despite STEM fields being traditionally male-dominated, the number of women pursuing these careers has grown.
Justina King enters her sophomore season at Long Beach State with expectations from her coaches, teammates and most importantly herself after being named Big West freshman of the year. But what exactly makes the Canadian native tick?
Princess II Queen, a committee of The Black Business Student Association, is adopting L’Oreal’s signature slogan for a conference it’s hosting at Cal State Long Beach Saturday, Mar. 24. “You’re Worth It” is a free conference that will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the University Student[Read More…]
Anyone with a social media account may have noticed Sunday that droves of sexual assault survivors began updating their statuses to #metoo in light of allegations against Harvey Weinstein. Weinstein, an American filmmaker and former studio executive, was deposed in the wake of sexual harassment allegations that have only grown[Read More…]
When junior Laura Guidolin leaves her class after dark at Cal State Long Beach for the long walk to her car, she wishes there was more light on campus; however, she still feels confident enough to walk alone thanks to the Rape Aggression Defense class she took on campus. RAD[Read More…]