Oct. 7th- Self-Calendar

Last Saturday the Campus Women’s Center hosted a calendar making event entitles Self-Calendar. The goal of this event was for attendees to make their own calendars and planners and use this opportunity to schedule acts of self-care into their daily lives.

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What is self-care? Self-care is provided “for you, by you”. Self-care is about taking proper care of oneself and treating oneself with kindness. Self-care comes in all shapes and forms and is determined by what makes you feel happy and secure. For me, just attending Saturday’s event was an act of self-care, allowing myself to take time out of my busy day to do something for myself, something that I fully enjoy.

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"Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare." -Audre Lorde


Keep an eye out for more self-care related events in the future!

Also, don’t forget to submit your work and ideas to be featured here! You can submit these to cwc.intersections@gmail.com



Hello and welcome to the new Campus Women’s Center Blog! This blog has been created as an extension of the annual CWC publication “Intersections” as way to further give you, the womxn of our community, a voice and as a way to communicate what is happening within the Campus Women’s Center. Our mission statement is this: We are a feminist site of expression. We aim to amplify the voices of everyone in our community, through the intersections of your stories, experiences, your innovation, art; your values, beliefs. We are a collaborative publication. Our content remains untampered and organic -no censorship- working together in order to weave a more holistic view of feminism.

With that said, I invite you to submit your essays, poetry, visual art, music, videos, and thoughts to our blog! Possible topics include but are not limited to General Feminism, Body Positivity, Self-Care, Professionalism, Intersectionality, LGBTQ focused topics, Reproductive Health, Sexual Health, Racism and Sexism on campus/in our community, etc. You can also expect to see articles on these topics written by our staff as well as CWC event recaps, podcast episodes, and CWC videos.

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