2017 Women’s History Month Events
2017 Women’s History Month Writing Contest
March 1 - March 31 Submit a piece of creative writing in any genre and/ or an essay inspired by an OCC’s WHM event or an assignment in an OCC course that pertains to women. First place winner will receive $250, second place winner will receive $150, and third place winner will receive $100. Submit work to Professor Glenda Gross electronically at email@example.com. Include your name, student ID, phone number and email address with your submission. Professors can also submit work on behalf of students.
Exhibit of Dreams
March 1 - March 31 Visit the photo exhibit at Coulter Library to see photographs and messages from OCC’s women leaders; you might discover they share the same dreams as you.
A Room of One’s Own
March 1 - March 31
If you would like to display your art, in whatever form it takes: fine, written, performance, spoken word, and maybe others we haven’t thought of yet, please contact Laine Lubar at firstname.lastname@example.org or come to M310D for more information.
8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Whitney, W305
Panel Discussion: “Reflections of the 2017 Women’s March”
Wednesday, March 22
Moderated by Laurel Saiz, OCC Professor of English
11:10 a.m. – 12:20 p.m., Mawhinney, M345
Spoken Word: “What’s Your Dream?”
Thursday, March 23
Poetry by Brenna Twohy
7 p.m., Gordon Student Center, Lazer Lounge
Women’s Professional Roller Derby
Friday, March 24
$1 OCC Student with valid ID, $10 General Admission
7 p.m., SRC Arena & Event Center, Allyn Hall
Stage reading: “Notorious R.B.G & the Bench of Nine”
Wednesday, March 29
Facilitated by OCC Professor Laurel Saiz and the Women’s & Gender Studies Committee.
11:10 a.m. – 12:20 p.m., Storer Auditorium
4th Annual Multicultural Summit: The First 100 Days – The Impact on Campus Culture
Friday, March 31
Contact Maria Malagisi at email@example.com or (315) 498-7207. Transportation and lunch will be provided.
12 – 5 p.m., James Commons, Campus Center, Le Moyne College