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5:01pm

Tue April 8, 2014
Arts & Culture

Bay Area Beats: The SHE'S

The SHE'S

You've probably been seeing this next band around town for a while, on line-ups at clubs like Bottom of the Hill and The Independent. They've been playing the show circuit for over four years and have a following that stretches as far as London, England. 

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9:42am

Thu February 27, 2014
Arts & Culture

Kick off Women's History Month with "Science and Gender" on Philosophy Talk

Londa Schiebinger

What does gender have to do with science? The obvious answer is ‘nothing.’ Science is the epitome of an objective, rational, and disinterested enterprise. But has male dominance in science contributed certain unfounded assumptions or cognitive biases to the ‘objectivity’ of scientific inquiry? Is there any possibility of achieving a gender-neutral science, and if so, what would that look like?

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7:14pm

Mon February 24, 2014
Arts & Culture

Not your stereotypical ‘Surfer Girls’ at Ocean Beach

Photo by Flickr User Dave Young
http://www.flickr.com/photos/dcysurfer/3274321844/ CC License

There’s no denying that the media has latched onto a stereotype of what it is to be a “surfer girl.”

DAYLA SOUL: Like they’re bikini-clad, jumping off of waterfalls and listening to cool girly music, you know? And I wanted something a little more edgy, something a little more of the reality of who we are at Ocean Beach.

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2:00pm

Thu February 13, 2014
Health, Science, Environment

Women in STEM: Interview with Shaherose Charania of Women 2.0

Shaherose Charania of Women 2.0

 

While some high-profile women--like Sheryl Sandberg at Facebook, or Marissa Meyer at Yahoo--have made it to the top of the tech world, few women are waiting to succeed them. In 2010, women earned JUST 18% of computer science degrees. And while women are the main users of online social networking and e-commerce, most leaders of these companies are men.

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6:13pm

Thu April 25, 2013
Health, Science, Environment

Women learn the art of a knock out

Impact Bay Area's padded instructors.
Impact Bay Area's website.

One Sunday afternoon at a fitness center in San Jose, a chorus of yelling and cheering can be heard: “Leave me alone. I don’t know this man. This man in the blue shirt is bothering me. Go away.”

It sounds like someone is being seriously threatened but instead it’s eight women demonstrating what they’ve learned after 22 hours of self defense training with Impact Bay Area, at the Morning Crane Healing Arts and Fitness Center.

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