Congratulations to Angelina Fernandez, SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance leader, for being the first recipient of the Sandy Spalding Young Feminist Award. The San Jose chapter of the National Organization for Women created a fund to award a young activist who exhibits the same feminist principles as Spalding. Fernandez was presented the award at the Women’s Equality Breakfast, hosted by the Santa Clara County Commission on the Status of Women. The SAN JOSE STATE FMLA has big plans for the year, including a “What is Feminism” workshop to kick off the semester, a guest speaker on race and gender, and a Title IX panel on women in professional sports. We look forward to sharing their successful events with you in upcoming E-zines.