MSU student will spend summer in Rwanda ‘empowering’ women

Espoir Tuyisenge, nicknamed Esp (pronounced Es · pee), is a soft spoken, kind and intuitive 22-year-old from Rwanda who loves coffee. Esp came to the United States in 2013 to double major in food industry management and agriculture business management at Michigan State University. This summer, Esp will be in Rwanda conducting a project focusing on […]

The Vagina Monologues make an impact discussing women’s sexuality

The Vagina Monologues returned to the Wharton Center on Jan. 31st to showcase women’s sexuality and empowerment. The Vagina Monologues is a play written by activist Eve Ensler and originally preformed off-Broadway. The play is a series of monologues that are inspired by real women regarding issues like domestic violence, rape and sexuality. The cast, […]

Women’s History Month celebrates a history of changing stereotypes

It has only been 93 years since the passing of one of our nation’s most influential amendments to the Constitution.  On August 18, 1920, the Nineteenth Amendment made it possible for all women to vote, a long and ultimately successful struggle of many women activists of the early 20th century.  Almost one hundred years later, […]

Where To Be

Women’s Leadership Conference Nov. 8th at the MSU Union Get in touch with your feminism side at the 7th Annual Women’s Leadership Conference. This year’s theme is “The Courage to Lead, the Power to Make a Difference” with keynote speaker Ingrid Saunders Jones, senior vice president of the Coca-Cola Company and chairperson of the Coca-Cola […]