Female students who want to make their mark in the film industry still face an uphill battle. So says a new study from the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film at San Diego State University, which looked at the top 250 domestic grossing movies of 2014 and found that women occupied only 17% of leadership roles in the industry — the same percentage as they did in 1998. 920 more words
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Jeremiah Estrada’s goal in middle school was to work hard enough on the field that he could start on the baseball and football teams as a freshman in high school. 505 more words
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Just six games into the season, back in November, John Calipari said if his University of Kentucky basketball team committed to it, the Wildcats would have “a chance of being one of those teams you talk about defensively, like, (best) of all-time.” 339 more words
Kyahva Tezino knows Ole Miss plays in the Southeastern Conference.
And that’s about all he knows.
But it’s enough for the four-star linebacker from California to want to take an official visit to Oxford and learn more. 335 more words
Session 3 — New Features of Buddhism in Contemporary Taiwan
Sandra A. Wawrytko, Ph.D.
Professor of Philosophy
Director, Center for Asian & Pacific Studies
San Diego State University… 269 more words