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

You Are Valid: Women Students with Mental Illness

 by Shira Devorah, student staff at the Women's Center (she/her)  Every student has their personal struggles that make being in college difficult - responsibilities and personal needs to attend to while also working towards a degree. Like many other students, I also face mental illness on top of every other responsibility. I struggle with major… Continue reading You Are Valid: Women Students with Mental Illness

Making My Body a Brave Space And a Safe Place

A post written by Women's Center staff member, Daniel This year's Critical Social Justice Week's theme is Brave Spaces and as the week quickly approaches, I've been thinking more and more about not only what a Brave Space is but what it means to be a Brave Space. The center has been implementing what we call… Continue reading Making My Body a Brave Space And a Safe Place