Discussion of gender and sexuality will soon be more common as the University will kick off its women, gender and sexuality studies minor this fall.
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Sarada Rajeeva described the horrors of the illegal trading of people before about 50 University of La Verne community members who filled the West Dining Room Tuesday.
With a fiery and compassionate spirit – from the hems of her colorfully flowing tunics, to her spiky white-blond hair, laughing blue eyes and altruistic tendencies – recently retired University of La Verne Associate Professor of Theatre Jane Reilly Dibbell consistently demonstrated purity of heart.
University of La Verne students, faculty and community members gathered to discuss issues of women, gender and sexuality during the second annual Engendering Diversity and Community conference that took place March 29-31 on campus.
Vagina, valentine and victory are themes in the upcoming production of “The Vagina Monologues” at the University of La Verne.
In fall 2006 University of La Verne students will likely have the opportunity to major or minor in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies thanks to the efforts of the WGSS committee, which gained approval for the program from the full faculty on May 9.
On March 30, the University of La Verne was privileged to have the group, the Five Lesbian Brothers, perform and lecture in the Cabaret Theatre during the Engendering Diversity and Community Conference.
University of La Verne students, faculty members and assorted guests were treated to a truly unique performance last Thursday evening in La Fetra Auditorium, as renowned writer, playwright and performance artist Denise Uyehara fulfilled her duties as keynote speaker for the University’s Engendering Diversity and Community Conference.
The history and development of the womanist movement was discussed in “Womanism, Black Feminist Consciousness from Afros to Hip Hop,” one of the events in the Engendering Diversity and Community Conference on Friday.
Campus news for the week of March 18, 2005.