We hope your Week 1 was off to a stellar start. To top it off, here’s your roundup of feminist wonderfulness!
What’s up at the WCC?
We are currently seeking applicants for our 2017-2018 WCC Staff!
Find more info and the application at this link.
2017 Stanford Women’s Leadership Conference
Courage to Bloom: Embracing Your Roots and Planting Seeds for Change
April 8, 2017 9:45AM-3:30pm in Tresidder Memorial Union
Check-in for registered attendees begins at 9:45AM and ends promptly at 10AM. Please arrive early to help us stay on schedule, to sign up for mentor tables, and to ensure that you receive swag!
See the schedule and more here. Please let us know if you can no longer make it.
New Episode of the Feminist Voices Podcast!
Episode 4 | Featuring Dr. Jeanine Staples
Curated by Mysia Anderson and Nya Hughes
Community Resource Guide Brainstorming Session
3:30-4:30PM Thursday, April 13 | WCC Main Lounge
Featuring boba from Teaspoon!
We are creating a WCC Community Resource Guide to preserve institutional knowledge within our vibrant community. The guide will be available to all students, and will feature advice on topics such as how to get to know professors, recommendations for excellent Stanford experiences, ways to branch out of your friend group, can’t-miss classes, and more. Because it’s a community guide, we want *your* input via this fun brainstorming session with boba from Teaspoon!
Uplifting Feminist News and Articles
This week, astronaut Peggy Whitson completed her eighth spacewalk and set the record for number of spacewalks by a female astronaut!
“Powerhouse ballet dancer Ashley Bouder is no stranger to making headlines and spurring conversation, including last year when she was documented rehearsing dance moves mere days before giving birth to her first child. This year and right in the middle of Women’s History Month, she put together a program to point out the imbalance in ballet when it comes to the gender of choreographers and composers.” Read about it here.
Louisiana might be the next state to get rid of the “tampon tax.” Read more here.
There are currently record numbers of women and folks of color running for office in Los Angeles. Read more here!
We hope you have a great weekend!