#SpeakUp will host the poetry night Thursday, Nov. 14, at 7 p.m.
The last Thirsting For Knowledge Thursday will be held Nov. 6.
Two Athens roller derby teams will go head-to-head with new opponents this weekend.
The classes give an in-depth look at how social norms are pushed onto people since birth.
Kappa Phi, a Christian sisterhood organization, participates in many local service projects in the region.
People can participate in the Southeast Ohio race this weekend.
Hundreds gathered to hear inspiring stories from sexual violence survivors and advocates, and to march in solidarity.
The installation featured artwork in various mediums portraying topics revolving around female equality.
Women in the public safety sector often have to go above and beyond to convince others they are able to do their jobs
A week-long celebration of lesbian and queer women.
MaryKathyrine Tran is the new assistant director for the Women’s Center, and she’s hitting the ground running.
“Weaving Our Stories” will give participants a look into maternal problems many minority women are faced with in their everyday lives.
But problematic elements of her legacy are sometimes forgotten.
The national organization Girls Who Code is starting a chapter at the Nelsonville Public Library for third- through fifth-grade girls.
A workshop hosted Thursday by the Women’s Center and the Career and Leadership Development Center will break down how participants can better support the ones they are recommending.
Politics, geography and religion all factor into access to women’s health care in Ohio.
Women hypnotize themselves during childbirth to reduce discomfort and fear while giving birth.
The Women’s Center will hold the Start Smart Salary Negotiation Workshop to teach students the skills they need to negotiate their fist salaries.
Beverly Gooden will visit campus and speak on domestic violence survivors’ rights.
Calliope Feminist Choir strives for inclusivity within its group and sings about the issues important to women.