Calendar 2001-2001
this is a tentative list of events -- check back for details, dates, and added events
throughout the year


Movie Party - Showing of Girlfight
A chance for WRC volunteers and WRCSA members to hang out, eat popcorn,
and watch a movie about women boxing.  Snacks!

Sunday, September 23rd
7 p.m.
for location and more info, e-mail here


Photography Entries Due
Are you a woman?  Are you an artist?  Do you take photographs?
The WRC is taking entries for an exhibition of photographs by woman artists;
the exhibition will take place on the same day as the WRC Open House.
E-mail for guidelines re: theme and formats.

Submissions due at the WRC
October 8th.

Women's Resource Center Open House
Come visit us.  Eat cake.  Check out our new space,
and gawk at the  artistic talent of some local female photographers,
because we're holding a photography exhibition that same day!

Date/Time TBA

Domestic Violence Awareness Month
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
A speaker from Stillwater Domestic Violence Services will be visiting to speak
about women and domestic violence.

Date/Time TBA


Dramatic Reading
The Vagina Monologues
an award-winning play about accepting women's sexuality and ending violence
against women, performed for the fourth time annually at OSU, co-sponsored by
the WRC/WRCSA and the OSU NOW chapter as part of
the V-Day College Campaign (

Date/Time TBA


Festival of Women
Fourth Annual FOW!
Join us on the library lawn for cool women's music, booths by OSU and local organizations
celebrating Women's History Month (we know that's really in March -- but FOW is in April
because it's too cold to have fun outside in March), and merchandise showcased
by local women-owned businesses.  Free sodas and nifty prizes, too.

Date TBA

Calendar of Events 2000-2001


Celebrate Women's History Month -- Belatedly!

Festival of Women
Come be a part of our outdoor celebration of women's history and the roles women choose
for themselves -- free cokes, great music, tons of cool exhibits and some very noteworthy
merchandise by local women's businesses.

Monday, April 16th
(rain date: Tuesday, April 24)
Library Lawn

for more info or to get your group involved in the Festival, click here


Dramatic Reading

The Vagina Monologues
an award-winning play about accepting women's sexuality and ending violence against women,
performed for the third time annually at OSU, co-sponsored by the WRC/WRCSA and the OSU
NOW chapter as part of the V-Day College Initiative (

February 19th
7 p.m.
Student Union Theater


Movie Showing

Boys Don't Cry
Tuesday, November 7
7:00 p.m.
212 Classroom Building

Pottery Painting

We'll all meet at Your Finishing Touch to paint mugs, plates, ornaments or whatever our hearts desire --
most of our events are free, but for this one, you'll pay for the cost of the item you paint.
Plates run $15-$18, mugs run $12-$13, and ornaments a very affordable $5-$6.

Be there on Tuesday, November 28th.
Time is still TBA,
so check back next week or call 707-0185 for details.

If you need a ride to Your Finishing Touch or have questions, call 707-0185 or email


Finals!  Winter Break!  No School!

Pssst...  If you have any really good ideas for Spring activities or you'd just like to be involved, our Chair would love it if you emailed her at

Calendar of Events

Go straight to Festival of Women...


*Movie Showing
On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, join us in viewing
If These Walls Could Talk, a film considering the issue of abortion
from the point of view of four generations of women.


*The Vagina Monologues
A dramatic reading of Eve Ensler's award-winning off-Broadway play
concerning violence against women and women's search for positive roles.
February 28th
7 p.m.
in the
Student Union Theater

*Eating Disorders Awareness Week
Each year, OSU Counseling Services raises awareness about eating disorders
through excellent education programs.  We just wanted to make sure you knew about it.
Watch for advertisements and support their hard work by attending the programs.


*Jewelry Workshop
Learn how to make professional beaded jewelry from an OSU graduate student who sells her own jewelry.
Material costs must be paid in advance.  Call 707-0185 or e-mail to sign up.

*Women's Poetry Nite
Now, you can celebrate Women's History Month and National Poetry Month
all in one fell swoop!  Join us for readings by local female poets,
coffee, and bring your own work -- open microphone.


*Festival of Women
Tuesday, April 11th
(rain date: Thursday, April 13th)
Library Lawn

Want to sign your group up to sponsor a table?
Call 744-5593 and leave a message, OR e-mail

Remember last year?  Loud music, free sodas, and lots of booths with cool stuff
celebrating women's accomplishments and choices, all on the library lawn
in Oklahoma's first good weather of the year!  Join us for food and fun
on the library lawn in April.



*Book Drive!
We invite you to donate books on Women's Studies topics (anthologies, academic texts, biographies/autobiographies, or other), scholarships/grad. exam preparation,
life skills (like financial management, work skills, etc.), conception/pregnancy/mothering,
women's health, civil rights, and women's issues to the WRC.

Books can be sent through campus mail to 108 Willham North, Women's Resource Center.


*Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual History Month

*Movie Showing
Join us in viewing The Burning Bed, a film based on a real-life, precedent-setting
court case in which a domestic violence victim murdered her attacker.
Brief lecture by family relations expert will be followed by movie showing.

303 Classroom Building, October 26, 6 p.m.


*Porn Week
A week-long series investigating pornography's effect on women
and the role of pornography in our society, featuring:
-two guest speakers presenting opposing views on pornography and the control of pornography
-screening of a documentary about pornography's effect on women
-discussion panel of professors from several OSU departments, representing
different viewpoints on porn and different academic perspectives.

POSTPONED as we work on getting funding.  This program will take place in Fall 2000.

***Winter Break!!!***

...calendar of events 1998-99...


Information Table in the Student Union...

Speakers' Panel on Women & Spirituality...
February 23rd


(All month long...)

Do you belong to a women's group on campus?  Would you like to participate in a huge outdoor celebration of Women's History Month?  Email queries


The Celebration of Women
the outdoor celebration of women's history month (yeah, we know -- MARCH
is Women's History Month -- but we moved the event due to weather), with food, drinks,
displays, activities, and a drawing for 2 free Ani Difranco tickets!
Friday, April 2nd

~The Vagina Monologues~
join us for a dramatic reading of Eve Ensler's award-winning performance piece!
Monday, April 5th
Student Union Little Theater
7 p.m.

Equal Pay Day
check out our evening program highlighting the male/female wage gap on April 8,
which is the day that women's earnings catch up to what men's earnings were on January 1st.
April 8
Family Resource Center

ChickFlick: Grrls' Night Out at the Movies
Come to our FREE showing of the fantastic If These Walls Could Talk.
Free sodas and popcorn.
Look for more info in the O'Colly Society Squares

Women's Poetry Night
your opportunity to showcase your new poems or songs at an open-mic
night in a supportive atmosphere.  join us at Prana Coffee House,
bring your writing, and get a chance to listen to OSU's own Pulitzer Prize nominee,
Dr. Lisa Lewis, for a brief reading beforehand!
Date and Time will be in the O'Colly Society Squares-
keep your eyes peeled!