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, psychologically? If you’re not--congratulations! That’s really good and you are a sweet glowing angel. If you are, though, you’re not alone and you are also a sweet… Continue reading A Time to Resist + A Time to Take Care

“Twice as Good” On Being a Woman of Color and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Perfectionism

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 everyone else because not only were we women, but we were Black women. Living in a society that has always had low expectations of… Continue reading “Twice as Good” On Being a Woman of Color and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Perfectionism

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 in my post, but I don't intend to make assumptions about what a body can do. I encourage readers to challenge… Continue reading Treat Your Body Lovingly: A Twelve-Step Program

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 their reflecting in January at the start of the new year, but Halloween is my “new year.” I… Continue reading On Self Love and Testosterone