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Visibility is important on Bi/Pan/Fluid Awareness Day, and everyday!

Sept. 22, 2016

Friday, September 23rd is Bi/Pan/Fluid Awareness Day! Written by contributors in the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) and Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) Did you know? Studies like YouGov have reported that a third of young Americans (people 18-30) are identifying somewhere on the continuum of bisexual. According to CU Boulder... Read more »
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GLSEN Day of Silence 2016

April 15, 2016

Today, is the GLSEN ‪#‎DayofSilence, and it encourages us to raise our awareness about the LGBTQ+ community. The GLSEN Day of Silence is a national day of action in which students across the country vow to take a form of silence to call attention to the silencing effect of anti-LGBT... Read more »
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CU Boulder News Center's Q&A with Anneliese Wilson

April 4, 2016

This article was originally published on the CU Boulder News Center As Women’s Herstory month wraps up, we wanted to feature a CU-Boulder student who has made the community at the Women’s Resource Center, Cultural Events Board and CU in general, a more welcoming and intentional environment where people learn... Read more »
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Black Businesses

Feb. 26, 2016

By Avalon Daily I went looking for strong businesses owned by black people to share with ya'll for Black History Month. I only want this list to grow over the years, so please read, support, and if any of you have any more suggestions we'd be happy to add them... Read more »
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Sexist Hostel Pricing

Feb. 19, 2016

By Abi Whitmore In my opinion, traveling as a woman-identified person is one of the most incredible things that you can do. Not only is it an amazing experience to go out and explore new parts of the world and new cultures, but for women in particular travel teaches a... Read more »
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Around Our Table: Mom's Mashed Potatoes

Feb. 8, 2016

From Teresa Hernandez My mom was born and raised in the San Luis Valley in Center, Colorado. Everyone in her family were migrant field workers meaning they picked vegetables in the fields (extremely labor intensive work). The children and adults all worked for very little money in harsh working conditions... Read more »
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10 Things I Love About Me: Udval Altangerel

Jan. 29, 2016

(10 Things I Love About Me is a blog series designed to celebrate our wonderful staff and volunteers at the Dubb. We ask our bloggers to list ten things they love about themselves so that readers can get to know them better!) Udval Altangerel (Marketing Coordinator) 1. I love my... Read more »
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Finding an Identity beyond Feminism

Jan. 15, 2016

By Abi Whitmore I knew even before I started studying at CU that I wanted to eventually study abroad. As someone who had already been studying French for five years, someone who had already declared a major in International Affairs, it was never even a question in my mind. To... Read more »
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Around Our Table: IaWW: Women in Culinary Arts

Dec. 11, 2015

Julia Child (1912-2004) Leek and Potato Soup 3 cups sliced leeks (white and tender green parts) 3 cups peeled and chopped baking potatoes 6 cups water 1 ½ t salt ½ cup sour cream (optional) Bring ingredients to a boil Cover partially and simmer for 20-30 minutes, until vegetables are... Read more »
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Tips for Staying Well During Finals

Dec. 11, 2015

By Chloe Strascina-Dower Taking Care of Your Body Nutrition - some foods can give you quick energy boosts but leave you crashing later on. If you are able to, try to avoid consuming foods high in sugar, highly processed foods, and fast foods. Instead, choosing foods with whole grains, high... Read more »

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