Happy halfway-through-fall-quarter Friday!
What’s New in the WCC
With this past weekend being homecoming, the WCC saw many alumni visiting and seeing the changes in the space since their time at Stanford.
We were thrilled to hear stories about their time as WCC staff and show them the work we are doing now.
The event of the week: Solange coming to campus!
On Oct. 27, the Institute for Diversity in the Arts welcomed Solange and Melissa Harris-Perry
to CEMEX auditorium to talk about #BlackGirlMagic.
Not a freshman? Somehow missed Faces during NSO?
This year’s Faces of Community is being screened this afternoon!
Friday, October 28, 2016
3:00pm – 5:00pm
Report of the Provost’s Task Force on Women in Leadership: What’s Next?
All members of the Stanford community are invited to discuss the findings of this task force.
Thursday, November 3, 2016
Levinthal Hall, Stanford Humanities Center
More information here!
Interesting Reads and Other News
In South Korea, a controversy was started by a magazine cover showing the bare, bound legs of a woman in a car trunk.
In a country where a feminist movement is just emerging, the attempt to protest this cover has not been without backlash.
TV show to binge watch this weekend: Insecure, created by Issa Rae (Class of ‘07).
Click here to find out why one critic loves it.
[Promotional image for TV show Insecure with close up of creator and star Issa Rae]