GASH: Theories in Action
Lunch Lecture: "Civility and Bystander Intervention: A Solution to Injustice"
With Jennifer McCary, Assistant Dean of College Life & Director of Student Rights and Responsibilities
Healthy Body Image Discussion
With Shirley Armstrong, Gettysburg College Counseling Services
Women, Gender, and Sexuality (WGS) Department Open House at the Women's Center
Professor Sellers, Director, with Devora Ashkenazy '14, Office Assistant, at the 2013-14 Women, Gender, and Sexuality Department's Open House.
Story of A Rape Survivor (SOARS)
This cutting-edge theatrical experience stars a diverse cast of women, and combines photographs, dance, spoken-word poetry, and music as a way to educate about healing from sexual violence. Featuring the music of Nina Simone, Maxwell, and Sade, SOARS tells one woman’s story about how she reclaimed her body, sexuality, and self-esteem after being sexually assaulted in college. The ultimate aim was to show that the shame, guilt and self-blame that rape victims too often experience can be eased; that the stories of rape survivors can be one of triumph and hope.
The event was held in the CUB Ballroom on Thursday, October 3 at 7:00 pm. The first of our 2013-14 “Talking Back to Violence” lecture series, we are proud to say that this event was sponsored by the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program and the Women’s Center, and co-sponsored by College Life, Human Resources, Office of Intercultural Advancement, Theatre Arts, Africana Studies, Center for Public Service, and an EPACC Grant.