CSUSM NewsCenter (WomensStudies)

2018
September
19,
2018
In 2015, Palomar Mountain was one of nine bucket-list rides highlighted by Bicycling magazine in a feature called “The Best and Hardest Climbs in the U.S.” For some, it may indeed be a once-in-a-lifetime bucket-list ride. For Cal State San Marc...
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April
12,
2018
Jodie Lawston is an avid cyclist who has ridden in races as long as 500 miles and who moved to Pauma Valley in part to be closer to the notoriously punishing climb up Palomar Mountain. She didn’t know it at the time, but when the Cal State San Mar...
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2015
October
16,
2015
She was a little girl tossing and turning under the covers, having a fit trying to get to sleep. Her aunt, tired of the madness, told the small child that she’d better keep still because there was a witch under the bed who wasn’t happy with such anti...
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September
30,
2015
As zombies, vampires, ghosts, witches and werewolves continue to haunt our pop-cultural imagination, Natalie Wilson, Ph.D., a literature and women’s studies scholar and writer at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM), examines the horror gen...
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