Campus Community Centers: Response to Racial Violence
Over the next few weeks, the Campus Community Centers will offer resources and opportunities dedicated to community, self-care and ongoing learning. We encourage you to stay connected to our social media pages and newsletters. As always, if you need us, we are here.
Global Diversity Advocates Promote Studying Abroad
The Global Diversity Advocates are a small cohort of students who have studied abroad and now guide their peers who are interested in studying abroad.
A Survivor Toolkit for Navigating the COVID-19 Crisis
Students who have been impacted by IPV must often navigate unprecedented changes and obstacles in the midst of COVID-19.
COVID-19’s Unique Impacts on Survivors of Interpersonal Violence
Five weeks into social distancing, we have all felt a multitude of emotions as we make our way through the experience of the collective trauma of COVID-19.
Tracing the History of Take Back the Night at NC State
Every April, the Women’s Center and its partners observe Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), part of a national effort to bring attention to the issue of sexual violence.
“Chinese” Virus is a Racist Take — Here’s Why
The “Chinese" virus remark by Donald Trump in a press conference in March brewed increasing amounts of racism and hate crime in America.
Register for the Virtual Gender and Equity Research Symposium
The Women’s Center will offer its annual Gender and Equity Research Symposium (GERS) as a virtual symposium this year on Thursday, Apr. 9.
Alum Tyler Allen Reflects on His Time with Multicultural Student Affairs
One of Tyler Allen’s first connections on campus was with Multicultural Student Affairs, where he held a work-study position for four years.
Interview with Evelyn Reiman, Molly Hays Glander Fund Co-Founder
This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the Molly Hays Glander Fund, a fund set up at NC State to assist survivors of sexual assault.
Sonya Renee Taylor Promotes Radical Self-Love
Activist, author and award-winning performance poet Sonya Renee Taylor spoke on campus on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020.