Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Women's History Month

Hey everyone! Feminist Pride Day went splendidly and we had an awesome and fantastically fun meeting with pizza and some new faces! Here is a link to the tumblr page we created to show off what a feminist looks like, it was a huge success.
In other news, Happy Leap Day! Whoo! And because today is Leap Day, that means tomorrow is the first day of March, Women's History Month! I already posted a calendar for the month and it is full of awesome activities! Also at our meeting last week, we met up with a woman from the campus radio station and we did some audio then while some other members went on the radio for WAC! Here is a link of the audio:
So Big things happening overall, it's going to be a busy spring! :)

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

National Feminist Pride Day

Happy National Feminist Pride Day! This is a wonderful day and we will be celebrating by having a table in Reeve Union from 11:30-1:30 and 4:30-6:00. Come show your support and come to our celebration afterward at the Women's Center. There will be free pizza, board games, and some awesome feminists! (This is in place of our normal meeting at 6 p.m.)

Whoohoo feminism!!

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Schedule For Spring

Hello again all! Here is a quick schedule for this coming spring! Mark your calendars. :)


2/15 “The Help” film w/ Prof. Kuhl and Prof. Murphy, 6 pm @ Sage 1234

2/21 “For Colored Girls” film w/ Prof. Lassiter & Prof. Bauder, 6:30pm @Women’s Center

2/28 Katherine Lofton, author of Oprah: The Religion of You, 6:30pm-8, Reeve Theater


3/5 Film: Say My Name on women MCs in hip hop, 6 pm in Women’s Center.

3/6 Jaclyn Friedman, author/editor of Yes Means Yes, 7pm, location TBA

3/7 WS Brown Bag, Dr. Michelle Kuhl, "The Indian Image in the Black Mind: War, Race Suicide, and Manliness at the Dawn of the Jim Crow Era." noon-1 p.m., Women’s Center

3/8 International Women’s Day, Prof. Franca Barriccelli on Women in the Arts, 3pm, Fellowship Hall in Center for Equity and Diversity

3/13 Crucial Conversations: Jess Riley, author/alumna, 6pm in Women’s Center

3/13 Helen Boyd, author of She’s Not the Man I Married, 7 p.m. in Reeve 306

3/14, Women in Politics with Jessica King, State Senator, 3-4:30pm in Reeve 202

***3/15, Author Stephanie Coontz, “Mad Men and Desperate Housewives: How far have we come since the 1960s?” 5 p.m., Reeve Theater***

3/27 Film, “Women Art Revolution,” 6:30 p.m., Women’s Center

3/28 Film, “Made in Dagenham,” WAC movie night, 6pm @ Women’s Center

3/29 WS Brown Bag, Dr. Gabe Loiacono, "Lydia Bates's Neighborhood: An 1820s Adventure in Single Motherhood, Welfare, and Making a Community,” noon-1 p.m., Sage 3224


4/11 LGBTQ Ally March, 5 p.m., Reeve Ballroom

4/19 “True Skool” student panel on gender and hip hop, 4 p.m., Reeve 227C

4/19 “True Skool” talk on gender and hip hop, 6:30 p.m., Sage 1214

Spring Semester!

Hey everybody! First post of the new semester. If you missed it we had our first meeting of the spring semester last week. We talked about the big things coming up for WAC and discussed Women's History Month, Feminist Pride Day, and the Vagina Monologues which is our big project for next year!! Our meetings will continue to be Wednesday's at 6 for this semester so hopefully everyone can make it. --Also, happy belated Valentine's Day! I hope you had a lovely day filled with big romantic gestures like over-stuffed bears and surprise flowers! If you are like me and did not have those things, well, I hope it was a beautiful Tuesday!