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Caster Semenya’s race to equality in Olympic Sports

The Olympics are a time when athletes get to put their talents on display for the world to see. However, South African women’s runner,...

A healthy society requires promoting women in the journalism industry

In an era when promoting social equality and justice is of paramount importance, much focus has been placed on equal gender representation in the...

International Women’s Day celebrated with march on Chancellor’s office

International Women’s Day was this past Friday, March 8, and a group of students gathered at the UCR sign near the Bell Tower to...

ASUCR shows support for on-campus communities, removes stipend limit for ASPB

ASUCR held its weekly meeting last Wednesday, May 23. Here are the highlights: Acknowledgement of indigenous lands … CHASS senator Grant Nakaoka proposed...

Allowing girls to join Boy Scouts is a step forward in...

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) announced on Wednesday, Oct. 11 that, starting in 2018, it will allow girls to join the Cub Scouts,...

“Let’s be transparent about this”: UCR professor Cassandra Guarino on gender...

On Wednesday, April 5, a study co-authored by UCR Professor of Education and Public Policy Cassandra Guarino was published in the journal, Research in...

A Word of Advice From … Associate Professor Anthea Kraut

Associate Professor of Dance Anthea Kraut is creating ripples through American dance studies with her second book, “Choreographing Copyright: Race, Gender, and Intellectual Property...

Geena Rocero talks history, self-discovery and owning the truth

  “My role is to educate. My role is to tell a story. My role is (to help) people to realize that we need to...

Chivalry is dead … and it should stay dead

The phrase “chivalry is dead” is often said to mean romance is dead, whereas the term chivalry has much darker, complex overtones than that....

We need to talk about sex

With the passing of the law “yes means yes,” California became the first state to clear any misconceptions surrounding consent. The campaign behind it...