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Redefining Sex Week Monday, November 13th (Redefining Sex Week 2017)    

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH 2017   MARCH 8, 2017 (WEDNESDAY) JESSIE DANIELS LIBRARY AUDITORIUM 5:30 – 7:00 PM “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. […]

Tickets avaliable online now: Attend LUNAFEST and enjoy great films while supporting an important community cause. Have fun and make a difference with entertainment by, for, and about women! April 7, 2017 7:00-9:00pm Mayo Concert Hall at The College of New Jersey 2000 Pennington Rd, Ewing Township, NJ 08618 Hosted by Women in Learning and […]

Slutwalk 2016 Photos Read “Slutwalk: A March to End Rape Culture” by Sumayah Medlin to read about the annual  Slutwalk  held by TCNJ.  This year Slutwalk was held on September 13th.   Also check us out in the signal!

Congratulations WILL 2016 Graduates Tabiya Ahmed  Laura Alshamie Francesca Burane Rebecca Celestina Karen Chan Stephanie Cirullo Rachel Fikslin Kayla Gross Hailey V. Marr Colleen Morgan Murphy Kristen Randolph Alyssa Rosenberg Jennie Sekanics Erin R. Shannon Isablelle Tan Kathleen Yorke   Congratulations! Congrats! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

The College of New Jersey WILL Nicaragua Solidarity Project is Transformative By Maggie Kurnyta The College of New Jersey group with Karla Rojas after her presentati on about working to end domestic violence I have always been a watcher, a silent observer who studies people and places. However, when I took part in The College […]

Congratulations to WILL 2016 Graduate Jennie Sekanics for being inducted into the Blue and Gold Hall of Fame.  

How do our members feel about being a part of the WILL program? Read statements from current students and alumnae below!   Statements from Current Students “WILL has opened my eyes to what it truly means to be a feminist and an activist. I learn about the inequality in my WGS classes and then I participate in […]