The Women and Gender Studies houses a library of over 2,000 books related to women’s and gender issues. The center prides itself over its growing course reserve section. This selection contains books that are assigned to Women and Gender Studies courses. With the educational costs, we understand the need to assist students with affordability. Students may check out non-course reserve books for a three week period. We ask that individuals checking out books bring in their student id card for verification purposes.There is also a lounge area within the center. Through student staff reorganization , the lounge has an even roomier yet cozy feel that you are more than welcome to take advantage of as you peruse through various titles.
Jen Stevens, the reference librarian assigned to WGST will be holding weekly office hours in the center, W and Th 3-4 PM. This is an excellent time for you to get professional assistance on your research. Individual appointments can also be made with her.
- Come out to our Open Mic Night as we rap up Women’s History...Come out to our Open Mic Night as we rap up Women’s History Month on Thursday, March 30th at 7 pm! Don’t miss out on an amazing experience of hearing these lovely poets, musicians, and performers live! You won’t regret it!
In case no one has told you today:
You are beautiful.
Magical....wanderingbreath: In case no one has told you today: You are beautiful. Magical. Powerful. Inspiring. And you can achieve whatever you set your mind to.
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Akira Armstrong was in two...lavendersucculents: thescene: Akira Armstrong was in two Beyoncé videos, but couldn’t find an agent to represent her as a professional dancer because of her size. To change the narrative around what a dancer’s body should look like, Akira started her own dance company, made up of plus-size dancers. “Pretty Big Movement” is destroying dancer stereotypes, […]