• Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in Boston, October 12, 2003

  • Joined other Maine colleges to organize student participation and bus trips for the March for Women's Lives on April 25, 2004 in Washington, D.C.

  • Brown bag lunches: Sheri Kunovich (from the sociology department, talking about women in politics), Judith Plaskow (a Jewish feminist scholar), Betty Laduke (artist)

  • Second annual Celebrate Women at Bates dinner, March 24, 2004

  • Hosting student Bree Dallinga from Bowdoin for a frank discussion of sex


Co-Coordinators: Adrienne Eaton and Kaitlyn McKechnie
Treasurer: Kelsey Barrett
Secretary: Jill Murphy
Historian: Caitlin Hurley
RA Representative: Cricket Alioto

The Vision of the Bates College Women's Resource Center is:
  • To create a safe and comfortable space for women on campus

  • To provide a place for students to exchange ideas and meet with peers and professors outside of an academic setting

  • To provide a pro-active, supportive environment that builds community

  • To generate and encourage dialogue between men and women regarding gender and women's issues at a local, national and international level

  • To facilitate action and raise awareness regarding gender and women's issues in order to help create a campus free of sexism, discrimination and violence

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