Women's Resource Centre

These services were voted in by students, for students, and for the most part are run by students. In threatening the stability of these services, the Ford government is ignoring the democratic means through which these services came to be.

Although this group may be small and oft-overlooked, their experiences at Canada’s post-secondary institutions may become more and more common as our society and economy changes.

Alternative Waves features contributions from many of the WRC’s volunteers this semester. The zine has different forms of content, from a list concerning “Consent Culture at Clubs & Parties”, to an essay entitled “Gender and Transformation in Woolf’s To the Lighthouse”.

The Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) revealed at last week’s general assembly that the rape culture workshops that federated bodies were required to undergo earlier in the year didn’t end up happening because of logistical issues.

Bi-weekly spoken word workshop at Women’s Resource Centre hosted by master’s student  Photo courtesy of Jenna Tenn-Yuk Jenna Tenn-Yuk carries many titles: student, TEDx speaker, singer-songwriter, community activist, and spoken word poet. Of her many titles, spoken word poet is the one she may be best known for at the University of Ottawa. She spends …