2016-2017 Calendar

May

Thursday, May 4th
[COMMUNITY SERVICE] Senior Prom
Chandler Hall, 99 Barclay Street, Newtown PA; 6:30-7:30pm
 
Friday, May 5th
[WILL GRADUATION]
Business Building Lounge; 5:00-7:00pm
 
Saturday, May 6th
[MEMBERSHIP] WILL Formal
Loser Hall 123 The Trenton State Room: 8:00-11:00pm
 

April

 

Saturday, April 1st
[ACCEPTED STUDENTS DAY]
 
Tuesday, April 4th 
WGS Alums (3 WILL Alums) in Politics Panel [WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH]
“TRUE REPRESENTATION: YOUNG WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT”
JACKIE CORNELL/KARI OSMOND/TAI COOPER/ AIDA FIGUEROA-EPIFANIO
Library Auditorium; 5:00-7:30pm
 
Wednesday, April 5th
GLORIA HARPER DICKINSON MEMORIAL LECTURE [WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH]
Dr. Amalia Dache-Gerbino is an Afro-Cubana Latina scholar who is an Assistant Professor in the Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis Department at The University of Missouri’s College of Education. Her experiences as a former Cuban refugee and student traversing U.S. educational systems, such as inner-city K-12 schools, community college, state college and a private research intensive university inform her professional experiences. She earned her Ph.D. from University of Rochester’s Margaret Warner School of Education. Her major research areas include the postcolonial geographic contexts of higher education, activism and education and college access and transition of low-income, Black and Latina/o students in the U.S. and abroad.
Library Auditorium; 5:00-7:30pm
 
Friday, April 7th
[PROGRAMMING/GENDER EVENT] LUNAFEST
Mayo Concert Hall; 7:00-9:00pm
 
Sunday, April 9th
[GENERAL MEETING] 
Decker Hall Lounge; 7:00-8:00pm
 
Tuesday, April 18th
[PROGRAMMING/GENDER EVENT] Take Back The Night
Business Building Basement; 7:30-9:00pm
 
Friday, April 21st
[COMMUNITY SERVICE] Senior Prom
 Chandler Hall 99 Barclay St, Newtown, PA 18940; 7:00-8:00pm
 
Sunday, April 23rd
[GENERAL MEETING] 
Decker Hall Lounge; 7:00-8:00pm
 
Monday, April 24th
[2017 WILL Capstone] 
Eickoff entryway (Alumni Grove Side); 11:00am-1:30pm
 
Tuesday, April 25th
[2017 WILL Capstone] 
Politics of Hair video screening; P101 8:00-10:30pm
 
Wednesday, April 26th
[2017 WILL Capstone] 
Hair Monologues; Library Auditorium 7:00-11:00pm
 
Thursday, April 27th
[2017 WILL Capstone] 
Art Tabling & Donation Drive; Alumni Grove 11:00am-1:30pm;
Rain location: Eickoff entryway (Alumni Grove Side)

March

 

Sunday, March 5th
[GENERAL MEETING] 
Decker Hall Lounge; 7:00-8:00pm
 
Wednesday, March 8th
JESSIE DANIELS [WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH]
“Protesting Trump’s Discriminatory Actions: Resurgence of College Student Activism”
Bio: Jessie Daniels, PhD is professor of Sociology at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY (sociology, critical social psychology). An internationally recognized expert in internet expressions of racism. She is the author of two books about racism on either side of the digital revolution: Cyber Racism and White Lies
Library Auditorium: 5:30-7:00pm
 
Tuesday, March 21st
JUST & SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES PANEL [WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH]
JAMESE KWELE, Project Manager – THE FOOD TRUST
The Food Trust is a nationally recognized nonprofit dedicated to ensuring that everyone has access to affordable, nutritious food and information to make healthy decisions. Headquartered in Philadelphia, The Food Trust works with neighborhoods, schools, grocers, farmers and policymakers in the city and across the country to develop a comprehensive approach to improved food access that combines nutrition education and greater availability of affordable, healthy food. Jamese develops and manages programs spanning a variety of areas including early childhood nutrition, farm to shelter and community health. She has a special interest in maternal-child health and is a Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC) through the Academy of Lactation Policy and Practice. Jamese holds a B.A. in Urban Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.
BENTRICE JUSU – BOTH HANDS
Both Hands is the only arts-based organization in Trenton that specifically serves teens. More importantly, we welcome all teens as they are and acknowledge the important insights they possess. This philosophy undergirds not only program design but also interactions between youth, mentors, and staff. We reject the assumption that teens are broken people waiting to be mended and filled with knowledge. Instead, relationships are interactive; mentors and youth of all backgrounds learn from one another. To us, this is essential to community development.
ANGELA CHUNG – ASSOCIATE LEGAL OFFICER WITH THE UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the UN’s global development agency, advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. We are on the ground in 177 countries, working with them on their own solutions to global and national development challenges. As they develop local capacity, they draw on the people of UNDP and our wide range of partners
Education Building 212; 12:30-1:50pm
 
Wednesday, March 22nd
MAJORA CARTER [WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH]
Majora Carter is a leading urban revitalization strategy consultant and Peabody Award winning broadcaster. She is responsible for the creation & implementation of numerous green-infrastructure projects, policies, and job training & placement systems.
Mayo Concert Hall; 1:00- 2:30pm
 
Sunday, March 26th
[MEMBERSHIP/COMMUNITY SERVICE] Donate/Decorate Bras
Decker Hall Lounge: 6:00-7:00pm
 
Sunday, March 26th
[GENERAL MEETING] 
Decker Hall Lounge; 7:00-8:00pm
 
Wednesday, March 29th
WGS Alum Panel [WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH]
KELSEY MARTIN/JESSICA POND/MONIQUE HANKERSON (SYPE)
Library Auditorium; 5:00-7:00;m
 

February

 

Sunday, February 12th
[GENERAL MEETING] 
Phelps Hall Lounge; 7:00-8:00pm
 
Thursday, February 16th
[MEMBERSHIP] Galentines Day
Loser Hall; 7:00-9:00pm
 
Friday, February 17th
WILL’s Production of Eve Ensler’s Vagina Monologues 
Mayo Concert Hall; 8:00-10:oopm
 
Saturday, February 18th
WILL’s Production of Eve Ensler’s Vagina Monologues 
Mayo Concert Hall; 8:00-10:oopm
 
Sunday, February 19th
WILL’s Production of Eve Ensler’s Vagina Monologues 
Mayo Concert Hall; 2:00-4:oopm
 
Sunday, February 26th
[GENERAL MEETING] 
Decker Hall Lounge; 7:00-8:00pm 
 

January 

 

Saturday, January 25th
Women’s March on Washington
Washington D.C 5:00am-10:00pm

 




November

 

Monday, November 14th
Sex Trivia”
Social Sciences Building 230 @7:00pm
 
Tuesday, November 15th
WILL is Co-sponsoring AVI’s “Men’s Health”
Cromwell Lounge from 10:00-2:00pm
 
Tuesday, November 15th
“Queer Sexuality Workshop” with Passion 101
Education Building 207 from 8:30-10:00pm
 
Wednesday, November 16th
“Virginity Monologues”
Library Auditorium from 6:30-7:30pm
 
Thursday, November 17th
“sExpo”
T/W Lounge 12:00-3:30pm
 
Friday, November 18th
Sex Toy Parties” with Pure Romance
PRISM Center from 6:30-7:30/8:00pm
 

October

 

Thursday, October 20th
The League of Women Voters organized
Uccio v. Watson-Coleman Debate: Candidates for NJ’s 12 Congressional District; Mayo Hall 6:30 PM
 
Tuesday, October 25th
Dr. Josep Armengol, Professor of Literature and Masculinity Studies at The Universidad De Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, will speak at TCNJ.
“Iberian Masculinities From the Margin: Catalans, Basques and Galicians”
 Education building 115 12:30-2:00
 
Tuesday, October 25th
Liz Abzug “Women, Power and Politics in the 21st Century”
Library Auditorium 5:30
 
Wednesday, October 26th
“Race, Democracy and the 2016 Presidential Election”
Mayo Hall 5:00 PM
 

September

 

Tuesday, September 13th
SLUTWALK 7pm-9pm
Behind the AIMM Building
 
Monday, September 26th
A Lecture on the -Isms
6:00 pm Ed Building 115
 
Tuesday, September 27th
Criminalization of Identities Panel
7:00 pm Chem 121
 
Wednesday, September 28th
Identity Monologues
5:30 pm Mayo Concert Hall
 
Thursday, September 29th
Documentary Viewing
5:30 pm Roscoe West 201
 
Friday, September 30th
Come as You are Celebration
6:00 pm Roscoe West 201