The subject of women and Islam in relation to activism, feminism and misconceptions was discussed Thursday in the President’s Dining Room as part of the Women’s History Month events. Roughly 40 audience members of students, faculty, staff and community members listened to Fauzia Rizvi, general secretary of the Islamic Society of Corona-Norco and co-founder of […]
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Feminism and equality were highlighted as students gathered to speak on the difficulties men endure in adapting a feminist paradigm Tuesday night in the President’s Dining Room.
Kat Weaver, associate dean of learning, innovation and teaching and associate professor of biology, shared her personal and professional story with students and other faculty for the third session of the “A Seat at the Table” series Wednesday in the Hanawalt House.
The month of March is Women’s History Month — however many people would not know that due to the lack of exposure and acknowledgement of it throughout the country.
This year the Women’s International Art show had its opening reception on March 12 at the Latino Art Museum in the Pomona Art Colony and will continue through Saturday.
The Iota Delta Sorority put on the Clothesline Project, a three-day event earlier this month that potentially touched a lot of people – particularly those who have been touched by domestic violence.
“A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer,” a play composed of several short monologues, marked the celebration of V-Day at the University of La Verne on March 6.
If your vagina could speak, what would it say?
March is Women’s History Month, the time to celebrate the achievements of women who have paved the way for equality, freedom and justice for equal rights.
For those of you who didn’t know, it’s Women’s History Month. Yes, we do get a month to celebrate the accomplishments of women from the past and present knowing that the legacy will continue in the future.