Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

Sunday night and i'm thinking of asking for an extension on the paper that's due Thursday. That's the kind of week it's gonna be. Okay, that's in large part because i have yet to come up with a topic for said paper, but still.

Monday, March 22
7:30-9:30, Neilson Browsing Room
panel discussion about feminism & trans issues
Y'all should come.

Tuesday, March 23
7pm, CC 103 (that big room on the 1st floor of the Campus Center)
Anyone who cares knows what this is all about, right? Last year the student body voted to change the pronouns in the SGA [Student Government Association] Constitution, so all female pronouns were changed to variations on "the student," so that the document would better represent the student body, since the SGA is about student representation. Now people want to overturn the vote and have a revote. Depressingly, if it goes to a campus-wide vote, it would probably go back to "she/her," so the hope (from my side) is that the Senate will vote to affirm last year's vote. Hence, talk to any Senator you know, and show up at the Senate meeting and speak up.
And if anyone wants to write an articulate Letter to the Editor to the Sophian about their coverage of this issue? I encourage you.

Wednesday night i'm giving a Bodywise workshop in the Campus Center, Thursday night i might be going to see Sam's friends play at the Tavern at Hampshire, Friday i'm giving a Bodywise workshop at tea at some house, Saturday night i'm probably going to the Glee Club concert and then definitely going to the Drag Ball (10pm-1am, Davis Ballroom?) and Sunday night is house meeting where we have to elect all the positions for next year, and then it's a new week already. Le sigh.

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