On today’s Daily Update the Women’s Interest Network responds to Mustangs for Life, the truth about Opiod addiction at SMU, and three SMU students are competing in the Olympics.
SMU Women’s Interest Network (WIN) created a counter display in reaction to Mustang for Life’s controversial “memorial of innocents.” The display aimed to represent women and their reproductive rights.
Valentine’s Day is a world-wide movement that raises awareness about female violence. To bring awareness to SMU’s campus, the Women’s Interest Network will perform The Vagina Monologues from 7 to … Read More
The Women’s Interest Network hosted the annual event Take Back the Night, an international movement against sexual violence Monday.
Men for Equality hosted “Smash Rape Culture on Campus” Wednesday. A car from a salvage yard was brought to campus, where students could pay $1 to hit it. By hitting the car, students were symbolically beating up rape culture and its effects.
The Vagina Monologues returns to campus as an overwhelming success, despite backlash from SMU community.
The SMU Women’s Center and Women’s Interest Network are hosting this year’s performance of The Vagina Monologues in support of the Dallas Rape Crisis Center.