KSU Men Become First Males to Major in Women's Studies

By: AP
By: AP

Four men have become the first to pursue a degree in women's studies at Kansas State University. Program director Angela Hubler says the men are breaking ground in a way similar to equal-rights activists Frederick Douglas and John Stuart Mill. She says students who major in women's studies are committed to social justice issues.

University officials say there are many job opportunities for students who major in women's studies, including law, counseling and politics.
There are 30 women and four men now enrolled in the program.

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