Tag Archives: gender studies
One of my rad students wrote this profile of me for her class: Colleen Clemens sits outside the cafe within the Rohrbach Library at Kutztown University, coffee cup in hand, awaiting her interview. As per usual, her hair is tousled into a messy bun, the under layer a magenta purple. She sports a graphic […]
From myself and my awesome officemate, Amanda: We are honored when people say to us “I can’t wait to hear what you have to say about [insert anything from a news story to a movie here].” Well, we heard you. And we have some exciting news to share. We are going to start a podcast […]
I go into public situations with a little pep talk: Don’t be shrill Make feminism look approachable, not mean-spirited (I don’t think it is the latter, but I know people often default to that belief…) Don’t yell Actively listen Do not EVER ROLL YOUR EYES When I am on the radio, I don’t have to […]
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Triota Induction, Kutztown University: In which I step into some amazing shoes and send students off into the world to fix it
Yesterday Kutztown University honored its graduates of the Women’s and Gender Studies minor by inducting the following students into Triota: Noel Marie Bumm Guadalupe Y. Colon Kayla E. Costello Katherine Elizabeth Douventzidis Kelsey Fuller Katherine Marie Fusciardi Daisy Annabel Heidenreich Sunna Jimenez-Wright Jessica Erin Morrow Shannon North Kendra Ellice O’Donnell Cody Thomas Meghan R. Wilcox […]
This week’s (shorter) digest comes today because on Saturday I will be at the LVAIC Women’s Studies Conference watching four Kutztown students restore my faith in humanity. February means the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. Click on their link if you want to vote for their “Rookie of the Year.” And you probably won’t want to […]