Monday, July 24, 2017

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The Pride Flag symbolizes the diversity of sexual orientations and gender identities in the SDSU community.
Celebrating the LGBTQ Community
Guadalupe Venegas graduated from San Diego State University in 2004. (Photo: Erik Good)
Alumnus Co-Anchoring New Local Spanish-Language Newscast
At San Diego State University, 20 percent of military-affiliated students are women.
Leading the Charge
Over the past year, high-profile film festivals in the United States screened three times as many narrative films directed by men as by women. (Credit: SXSW Film Festival)
Unequal Screen Time
SDSU ranks among the 10 full-time MBA programs with the highest proportion of women enrolled. (Photo: Alan Decker)
SDSU’s MBA Program Recognized for Gender Parity
13th Annual SDSU Diversity Awards Celebration
Diversity Award Winners Announced
Aztecs Out in Business members Dylan Tully, Alex Henriques da Silva B., Sebastian Wallat (left to right). (Credit: Aztecs Out in Business)
Student Organization Spotlight: Aztecs Out in Business
SDSU is helping to improve the communication skills of Somali seniors with limited English proficiency. (Credit: Somali Family Service of San Diego)
ESL for Seniors
Actresses Katie Holmes (left) and Dianne Wiest at the National Memorial Day Concert in Washington, D.C.
Leading Actresses in Hollywood
Tanis King Starck is the assistant dean for special projects in SDSU
Honoring Commitment to Equal Rights
Chicano Park (Credit: KPBS)
Looking at Walls, Seeing Murals
In 2016, just seven percent of the top 250 domestic grossing films were directed by women. (Photo: Tallgrass Pictures)
Gender Inequality in Hollywood