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Love Your Body Day Summit 2018 participants
First 'Love Your Body Day Summit' Achieves Goals
NC State’s first Love Your Body Day (LYBD) Summit, hosted on October 31, 2018 by the NC State Women’s Center, focused on the theme, “Reclaim, Exclaim and Disclaim,” creating conversations and eliciting action to deconstruct the singular and confined ways we often think, talk about and regard bodies.

The one-day summit featured workshops by NC State community partners and focused on decolonizing images of the body, with workshops focused on fatphobia in the GLBT community, body positivity, gender stereotypes, sexual violence and holding space for full body healing.
 
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Hamilton stage before Durham show
 

Popular Culture

 
Five Reasons Why Hamilton is Everything

Hamilton is not only an incredibly innovative and entertaining theater production — it’s a cultural phenomenon. »

 
Electric scooters from Bird and Lime
 

Accessibility at NC State

 
What’s with all the Scooters?

You’ve seen them zipping down streets, sidewalks, ramps and alleyways. Electric scooters have taken U.S. cities by storm. »

 
Tonya Hines
 

African American Cultural Center

 
Meet Tonya Hines, Administrative Assistant

Tonya Hines has served as the administrative assistant in the African American Cultural Center since September. »

 
GLBT Holiday Potluck 2018 attendees
 

GLBT Center

 
GLBT Center’s Annual Potluck Gives Warmth

The GLBT Center and GLBT Faculty and Staff Network’s holiday potluck provided community, solidarity and care. »

 
Womxn of Color Retreat 2018 participants
 

Women's Center

 
Meaning, Healing, Support, Trust: Womxn of Color Retreat

With a complete overhaul from the previous year’s retreat, the 2018 Womxn of Color Retreat boasted a robust new 3-day curriculum. »

 
Casey Guinn presents at strangulation prevention workshop
 

Women's Center

 
An Overlooked Form of Domestic and Dating Violence

In recent years, strangulation has been identified as one of the most lethal forms of domestic violence and sexual assault. »

 
 
 
NEWS + ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
 
Participants Needed for Menstrual Health Survey »
 
Malasia McClendon named Leader of the Pack (from The Technician) »
 
Shining a Light on the Invisible Problem of Food and Housing Insecurity (from NC State News) »
 
NC State Joins National Effort to Boost College Access (from NC State News) »
 
Final Film in Global Film Series on December 4: Walkabout »
 
Annual ROTC Run Honors Veterans (from NC State News) »
 
Bias-Based Bullying Does More Harm, Is Harder to Protect Against (from NC State News) »
 
WKNC DJ Interest Meeting: January 9 »
 
Regional Diversity and Inclusive Excellence Workshop on January 17 »
 
NC State LIVE Offers Mini-Grant Program »
 
First-Generation Students Can Attend AL1GN Conference Free »
 
 
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