Vagina Monologues

Vagina Monologues                          

Marco's on 4/1 and 4/3 at 8pm and 4/2 at 5pm.


Vagina Monologues

Vagina Monologues                          

Marco's on 4/1 and 4/3 at 8pm and 4/2 at 5pm.


Vagina Monologues

 Vagina Monologues                          

Marco's on 4/1 and 4/3 at 8pm and 4/2 at 5pm.


The Schmidlapp Distinguished Lectureship in Women’s Studies

The Schmidlapp Distinguished Lectureship in Women’s Studies  presents:

Theda Perdue: Sacagawea and Her Sisters: Writing the History of Native American Women

MSC Alumni Lounge (room 2W16), 7:00 pm, Reception to follow


Motivational Speaker: Christine Hassler

 M.U. Women’s Center and M.U. Greek Affairs  present:

Christine Hassler, Life coach and author of the "20 Something Manifesto": The Myth of Having It All.

Memorial Student Center BE5, 7:30 p.m.


Criminal Justice Awareness Week – Day on Women’s Issues

 Events will include Informational tables, presentations by representatives from MADD, & MUPD, as well as a panel discussion. Contact the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology or  Andrew Walker for more information.


WVFREE – Reproductive Rights Development in West Virginia

The event will feature the screening of "Mobilized for Women's Lives: The Reproductive Justice Movement in West Virginia", a short documentary, as well as a panel discussion led by Margaret Chapman Pomponio, the executive director of WVFREE.

Memorial Student Center room 2W16, 7pm.


Rosie The Riveter

Get your picture taken as Rosie the Riveter! Learn about this historic icon and support local children’s literacy.

Memorial Student Center lobby


Body Shots: Possession

A multimedia , interdisciplinary event brought to you by Marshall faculty and students.

Booth Experimental Theater, Reception and art show 7pm, Performance 7:30 pm.


Women of Marshall

Dr. Montserrat Miller: Market Women as Historical Agents.

FYR South Hall Theater Room, 7pm.