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Born Outraged: Janet Mock visits Texas State

By Denver Donchez News Reporter “For a lot of folks, the majority of people in the (Women’s March) audience, were first time activists; it was their first political passion. They finally felt called to outrage, because they felt wronged by the election results. They were shocked by the way in which the county showed up, and as a black, native-Hawaiian, poor-raised transwoman of color, I was not shocked. I was […]

todayApril 7, 2017 21


Unique Glimpse of Gender, Intersectionality and Militarism at Century of Conflict Symposium

By Denver Donchez News Reporter Retired Staff Sergeant, Eric Alva never expected to be the first soldier in the Iraq War to receive a Purple Heart medal. He also never expected to be a leading figure in the repeal of the military’s discriminatory “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy, but sometimes life has bigger plans than what we anticipate for ourselves. In 2003, Alva stepped on a landmine and became the […]

todayMarch 27, 2017 131


Safe Spaces and Reconciliation: Bobcats De Colores Queer LatinX Dialogue Series Addresses Intersection of Culture and Sexual Identity

By Denver Donchez News Reporter For years, Texas State has been trying to grow and diversify its student body, and as the average person walking though the Quad can attest, it has done a pretty good job. Roughly 50 percent of Texas State students identify as racial or ethnic minorities, and in 2011, the University was officially recognized as a Hispanic Serving Institution. Today, about 35 percent of Texas State’s […]

todayMarch 16, 2017 22


Advocacy Day Shines a Light on Anti-Discrimination, Reproductive Rights, and More

By Denver Donchez News Reporter It was a crowded day at the Capitol Thursday, as the non-profit, activist group Texas Freedom Network celebrated its semi-annual Advocacy Day. The organization, along with its diverse student chapters, Texas Rising spent the day lobbying for voting rights, reproductive justice and LGBTQ+ equality.   Texas Freedom Network is a non-partisan, grassroots organization based in Austin. The group monitors legislation regarding discrimination, equality, censorship and […]

todayFebruary 27, 2017 24


Effects of New Administration’s Travel Ban Resonate Close to Home

By Denver Donchez News Reporter President Trump’s executive order banning travel from seven Muslim-majority countries has been one of the most polarizing and publicized events of the new administration. The order, which temporarily banned refugees and immigrants from these seven countries from entering the United States, was intended by the administration to go into effect immediately, however officials in charge of implementing the order were not fully briefed until it had already taken […]

todayFebruary 15, 2017 15

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