The Princess Saves Herself In This One by Amanda Lovelace: A Nostalgic Reflection of A Resilient Princess
Book Review

The Princess Saves Herself In This One by Amanda Lovelace: A Nostalgic Reflection of A Resilient Princess

Upon diving into this book, I had an idea of what to expect simply based on the title. While it did follow along the premise of a young princess saving herself, it brought so much more to the table than just a feminist fairytale. The poetry invokes serious thought on injustice towards women regarding their … Continue reading

San Diego State University Professor Doreen Mattingly on the True Idea of Feminism
Interview

San Diego State University Professor Doreen Mattingly on the True Idea of Feminism

Professor Doreen Mattingly is a Women’s Studies professor at San Diego State University with a strong passion for feminism and gender issues. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor’s Degree in Geography and then went on to receive her Ph.D. from Clark University. Professor Doreen has been teaching at SDSU in … Continue reading

Ellen Bass Reading at San Diego State University
Event Review

Ellen Bass Reading at San Diego State University

On Wednesday, November 16, 2016, a very talented poet came to honor San Diego State University with her presence. Ellen Bass, award-winning author, educator, and editor of feminist poetry anthology No More Masks: An Anthology of Twentieth-Century American Women Poets, came to do a reading of a select few poems from her latest and most powerful work yet, Like A Beggar, published in April of 2014. Continue reading

Lauren Oliver’s Replica: The Intertwined Cinematic Adventure of Two Heroines
Book Review

Lauren Oliver’s Replica: The Intertwined Cinematic Adventure of Two Heroines

Lauren Oliver’s flip-book Replica was an exciting adventure that had me endlessly flipping through pages, eager to find out more. Getting to the last chapter of Lyra’s side, so much was still going on that I somehow believed there were more chapters to come, but then, it ended. Just like that. Not to worry, though, because … Continue reading