Thursday, January 27, 2011
Yes it is quite dreary outside, but we're getting ready here at he Women's Center for a great lineup in our Health and Gender series. Keep an eye out for information around campus for these events:
Love yourself and others Week- Valentines is all about candy for you and those around you. Come by the Women's Center weekly coffee house for some serious affirmation of love (and hot cocoa with marshmallows too)!
Monday February 7th at 5pm
Women's Center- White Hall
Let's Talk about Sex is back!
Have any questions rattling around in your mind about sex? Then post your questions on FB, twitter them or write them down, anonymously, at one of our question stations. No question is off limits. The purpose of this event is to have questions answered from a set of different perspectives by those in the know. Last year's event was respectful, fun and most of all informative. All genders are welcome. This is a unique opportunity. We promise to get to your questions in writing, post the answers on our blog or FB if you don't want to come in.
As always, treats, condoms and other goodies will be available to bring home.
Women's Center (during and after-hours)
Student Center main desk
February 10th at 6:30 pm. More details on location later.
The Vagina Monologues-
at the Marran Theater
February 11&12 at 8pm
All proceeds benefit the Rape Crisis Center
Finish off the week with some serious ice-skating and cupcake festivities!
Check out what we're doing with alumni relations.
Be Our Valentine!
Join Lesley University Alumni, Students, Faculty and Friends for a Valentine's Day skate on the historic Boston Common Frog Pond! There's nothing quite like soaring across the ice amid the bright lights of Boston in the nation's oldest public park.
3:30 pm State House Reception
5:30 pm Skating on Frog Pond
This is a great optant to spend a beautiful evening with your Friends and Family. There will be a pre-reception at the State House Nurse's Hall from 3:30-5:30 pm where light refreshments will be served.
RSVP by February 4th by calling 617.349.8625 or click the link above to register.
MBTA Red or Green line to Park Street, or use the Boston Common Parking Garage which is located at 1 Charles Street, Boston, MA.
We're delighted to be sponsoring the Vagina Monologues this year, as part of our Health & Gender series for Spring. Rachael Cina has done an outstanding job getting the production together. Mark your calendars! You can come by to the Women's Center to get your tickets. Look out for tables in White Hall as well. Rachael and her crew will be telling you about the performance and selling tickets.
By: Daphne Strassmann