Kay, a spoken word poet, headlined the annual event, which also featured workshops led by various female figures who are a part of the BC community. […]
The Women’s Center hosted a discussion on Tuesday titled “How much does political representation really matter in the U.S.?” through a program called DISH, which is a monthly meeting held in the Women’s Center on topics related to intersectional feminism. […]
“It seems that our conversation about masculine fragility on campus is hasty, and it really ought not to be.” […]
Sommers began her talk by jokingly declaring the room a “safe space” and describing herself as a “white, Jewish, cisgender, neurotypical woman with a non-gender conforming dog.”
“For me, I’m black and queer, but I have to choose one,” Taraun Frontis, CSOM ’19, said.