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Vagina Monologues

Feb 8 - Feb 10
420 Parkway Ballroom Plemmons Student Union

Vagina Monologues 2017 will be Wednesday - Friday February 8-10th at 7pm in Parkway Ballroom in Plemmons Student Union. Tickets are $12 at the PSU Info Desk and will be available starting the week of the show and at the door. All proceeds go to OASIS and VDAY.

Doors will open at 6:30 pm. Merchandise will be available before, during and after the show as well as at contact tables starting the week of the show in the PSU. If you have any questions, please contact Shea McCullough at...

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Women's Center Desk Shift Applications Spring 2017

Nov 11 - Nov 26

As a Women's Center Desk Shift Volunteer you are available to the campus and surrounding community to provide resources and information. You also facilitate the tone and atmosphere of the center that helps to make it a safe and brave space for complex or difficult topics. Volunteers help to brainstorm event concepts, ideas and planning strategies for events and other informational sessions. Being a volunteer also presents various opportunities to get involved on campus and be a part of...

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Women's Center Volunteer Application, Spring 2017

Desk Shift Volunteer Application

Are you interested in volunteering at a Women's Center? The Appalachian State University Women's Center is the only completely volunteer-run Women’s Center in the state of North Carolina. We are committed to educating the Appalachian community, eliminating gender discrimination, promoting social, economic, and political equity, and empowering women and girls. Fill out your application today to join The Women's Center...

Women's Center Volunteer Application, Fall 2016

Desk Shift Volunteer Application

Are you interested in volunteering at a Women's Center? The Appalachian State University Women's Center is the only completely volunteer-run Women’s Center in the state of North Carolina. We are committed to educating the Appalachian community, eliminating gender discrimination, promoting social, economic, and political equity, and empowering women and girls. Fill out your application today to join The Women's Center...

Men Talking about Sexual Assault

Wednesday, Nov 5, 5:30 pm
Crossroads Cafe (in Student Union)

A panel discussion with men from various socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds, who hold a variety of positions within the University. The event will be divided into two parts: first, the moderator will ask predetermined questions, then, the audience will have the chance to ask the panel questions.

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