Dr. Julie Elman spoke about science and politics related to gender.
The event followed “Hate Wall” as a way to bring all participants into a more intimate space.
“It’s such a valuable resource on campus,” junior Darvia Okoroigwe said. “It’s like a hero that goes unrecognized a lot and I think it’s under pubbed, honestly. All of the staff here is so humble. They are silent leaders.”
The name ‘Stitch ‘n Bitch’ is a way to reclaim undervalued “women’s work.”
Shane Stinson never expected the support he received when coming at MU.
Native and nonnative English speakers came together Tuesday night.
StatBroadcast will become available in August.
Jasmin James discussed the pressure to look pretty on social networking sites Wednesday at the MU Women’s Center.
The ad features a silhouette of a woman in a seductive pose.
The event gave participants a chance to ask questions about Islam.
Between the 1990s and 2000s, the race gap declined from more than 4.5 percent to approximately 3 percent.
Women’s Center Advisor Suzy Day presented facts about breast cancer to participants of the event.
The yearly event was geared toward both men and women.
The workshop taught attendees how to 'greenify' on a budget.
The tenth annual show drew its largest crowd ever.
The committee is now spreading programming across the spring.
Events include a V-Day-themed Mizzou After Dark and 'Fine Dining at Eva J's.'
Deserted offices in Memorial Union will be used as meeting space.
Eight panelists of different backgrounds told stories of discovering their feminism.