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Culture@Crocker Galleria

Stephanie Lam, Staff

July 4, 2015

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In the Crocker Galleria farmers market in San Francisco, tables are lined up on the downstairs floor, filled with all sorts of food: colorful vegetables, pastries, even exotic cheeses. Each table displays tasty-looking food, but...

Girl Power

Vivian Chiang, Staff

July 4, 2015

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“I have told my story and thousands of people have heard it. My story is their story. If I’ve helped to level the playing field for women and minorities in venture capital, then the battle was worth it,” Ellen Pao said after...

Food: The identity of immigrants

Stephanie Lam, Staff

July 4, 2015

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Scrolling through the Oriental restaurant Facebook page, one is instantly greeted with images of crispy Peking duck, chow mein noodles with green vegetables, a warm hearty broth of sweet and sour soup. The food looks pleasing...

Picking Fights Over Human Rights!

Katie Leslie, Staff

July 4, 2015

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San Francisco gay rights, community, and spiritual leaders all reacted this week to the news of Bruce Jenner’s transgender transformation into Caitlyn Jenner, saying that a person’s identity goes further than simply his or...

Women Struggling to Score Big in the NWSL

Amanda Chan, Staff writer

July 4, 2015

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Photo courtesy Stanford Athletics As summer rolls around each year, a handful of women in their 20’s contemplate entering retirement. This is a tough decision that takes time to make—whether or not to hang up your cleats and walk away...

#StereotypeProblems

Jamie Stroud, Staff

July 4, 2015

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Every day animals fight; over land, food, mates, dominance. Adult dogs will fight one another even though they are the same species just not the same family. Males dragonflies will kill other males that come into their territory...

Identity is Priceless

Sheli Yaskin

July 4, 2015

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Teresa Sparks walked through the State Assembly floor after accepting her Woman of the Year award. This award celebrates the achievements and leadership skills of women in America and the winners are greeted with roaring applause,...

Global Perspective: Same Sex Marriage

Katie Leslie, Staff

July 4, 2015

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On May 24th, Ireland made history by being the first country to legalize same sex marriage by national vote. A little more than a month later and the United States Supreme Court legalized same sex marriage in all fifty states. Fast...

Conversations About Multiracial Identity

Yolanda Spura, Staff

July 4, 2015

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As human beings, we have the ability to choose. We can choose where we go on vacation, what we eat, what clothes we wear and how we act towards certain people. We choose our partners, have control over what school we go to and...

Reverse Reverse

Vivian Chiang, Staff

July 4, 2015

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One morning in 2014, my mother received a phone call from Kuei-Mei Wang, a Chinese teacher at the Mandarin Language and Cultural Center in the Bay Area. She informed us of the SCA5 legislation that would overthrow California’s...

Solving America’s Incarceration Problem

Amanda Kim, Staff

July 4, 2015

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The United States of America imprisons more people than any other country in the world. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People reports that...

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