Womyn’s Centre

Womyn’s Centre News

Womxns Centre: Volunteers Needed!

Are you passionate about equal rights and progressive initiatives? Volunteer at the Womxns Centre!Applications are available both online and for physical pickup in the Womxn's Centre in the CAW Student Centre - room 208. Submittions are due September 21st.Fill out your volunteer form here.

Centre Swap: PSC and Womxn’s Centre Trade Places

The Peer Support Centre and Womxn’s Centre have officially traded rooms within the University of Windsor’s CAW Student Centre. Set to open their doors Sept 11th, 2017, the swap will leave the Peer Support Centre in Room 291 and the Womxn’s Centre in Room 208.The...

Womxn’s Centre Public Statement: Name Change

At the UWSA Annual General Meeting, students passed a motion to change the name of the Womyn's Centre to Womxn's Centre. The name change is something we have wanted for a while and for many different reasons. At the Centre, we try to challenge ourselves...

Vigil Ceremony Commemorates Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women – The Lance

On October 4, students across the country participated and hosted vigils to honour the lives of missing and murdered Aboriginal women, girls, and two-spirited people across Canada. The Lance covered the event and wrote an article: There were a many number of dolls attached to...

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Services Day Allows Students To Get To Know UWSA – The Lance

During Clubs Week, the UWSA held a Services Day to feature and promote the UWSA Services. Do you know all the services that the UWSA has to offer? The Lance covered the event and wrote an article: " Since there are hundreds of groups, services...

Hundreds March Downtown for Take Back the Night – The Lance

"Dozens of handmade signs were on the grounds of Dieppe Park, each of them with their own unique wording. One said to “stop the violence,” another said to “stand with me.” People were allowed to take any sign which best resonated with them, and for...

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