Graduation: A Decade-Long Journey

A final reflection from Carrie Cleveland as a undergraduate and Women's Center staff member In the fall of 1996, I started my college journey at Douglass College at Rutgers University.  I spent a brief three semesters at Rutgers, mostly floundering around and hating my choice of major (pre-business).  In December of 1997, I left college… Continue reading Graduation: A Decade-Long Journey

I Work Out

This is a blog post written by student staff member, Carrie Cleveland. This post is reflective of my own journey in trying to embrace who I am while trying to work on improving my overall health.  I chose to write about what I am doing because it is an important part of who I am… Continue reading I Work Out

A Feminist, Who Knew?

A post written by Women's Center student staff member, Carrie Cleveland I have never been one to label myself a feminist. I think it is because what comes into my mind when I think of feminism is the 1960s - 1970s pop culture version where women were marching in the street and burning their bras… Continue reading A Feminist, Who Knew?

My Lesson in Women’s History to the GOP Candidates

A blog reflection from Women's Center staff member, Carrie Cleveland I watched the Republican debate twice.  Yes.  That is six hours of my life I spent listening, analyzing, and forming my own opinions about the candidates. I went in with some preconceived notions.  I knew any talk about Planned Parenthood would make me upset because… Continue reading My Lesson in Women’s History to the GOP Candidates

Working Mom: A New Adventure

A blog reflection written by Women's Center student staff member, Carrie Cleveland For the past ten years I have not had a paying job.  For the past ten years I have been home raising children.  For the past ten years my boss (or bosses) were little people who required me to tend to their every need. That is not… Continue reading Working Mom: A New Adventure