Burnt out? Me too.

Amelia Meman, GWST '15, is the Assistant Director of the Women's Center. Amelia uses they/them and she/her pronouns. Burnt out? Me too. This is not a new feeling for me. I have gotten to this same point during other parts of my academic and now professional career. This apex where I thought that if I… Continue reading Burnt out? Me too.

Balancing School, Anxiety and Activism in Tumultuous Times

   a short reflection by Shira Devorah, Women's Center student staff member This semester has only just begun, and I’m already feeling pretty anxious. Granted, I’m usually pretty anxious - but this feels different. If you’ve been following the news recently, you may understand. For many marginalized groups, it’s hard to feel stable right now.… Continue reading Balancing School, Anxiety and Activism in Tumultuous Times