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Sitting with discomfort: a social justice imperative
Author’s note: The following reflection on discomfort stems from the alumni discussion the Women’s Center hosted as an introduction to Critical Social Justice keynote speaker Deanna Zandt....
November 21, 2018
Self Care: An Activists Survival Guide
Alexia Petasis is an INDS intern on the Women’s Center student staff team. Alexia studies social justice and dance. In the following blog post, she runs through a list of crucial self-care...
November 19, 2018
Let’s hear that one more time…
A reflection from student intern, Sheila, about the subtle moments of life, both good and bad. A little while ago I asked someone for their life story. This is a random thing I...
October 30, 2017
What You Need to Know About Take Back The Night & Craftivism
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and the Women’s Center is hosting its fifth consecutive Take Back The Night (TBTN) on Thursday, April 13th. Over the years, we’ve had a lot of questions...
April 12, 2017
A Time to Resist + A Time to Take Care
A reflection written by Women’s Center Special Projects Coordinator, Amelia Meman So here we are. Another day in this brave new world. Are you exhausted yet? Emotionally, physically,...
February 8, 2017
What Does Self-Care Really Look Like?
A reflection of what self-care really looks like for each of us, especially during finals, by Women’s Center student staff member Prachi Kochar. It’s a common refrain that we’ve all heard,...
December 12, 2016
Self-Care for Thanksgiving
A blog written by Women’s Center student staff member Ciera Earl November. It has been a month of triumph for some, but a great loss for most of us. While this month is coming to an end and...
November 21, 2016
“Twice as Good” On Being a Woman of Color and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Perfectionism
Meagé Clements A blog reflection written by Women’s Center student staff member Meagé Clements Growing up, my mother would always remind my sister and I that we had to work twice as hard as...
May 2, 2016
Treat Your Body Lovingly: A Twelve-Step Program
A Women’s Center blog post by staff member Daniel Willey Note: I hope what I’ve learned can be applicable to other people, but I know my experience isn’t universal. I use a lot of action verbs...
April 6, 2016
On Self Love and Testosterone
Halloween was this Friday (as if you didn’t already know that– I know, I’m still recovering from my candy coma, too) and I’ve been doing a lot of self reflection on the past year. Most people do...
November 3, 2014
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