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The (Unofficial) ASU Women's Studies Student Association.
The Women's Studies Student Association is an official student-run organization. It was formed in 1997 to address women's issues both on and off campus. The WSSA serves as a forum for all students at Augusta State.
The organization participates in the annual Take Back the Night Rally and the Take Back the Day Walk to Prevent Sexual Violence—both events that increase public awareness and prevention of sexual violence. WSSA students are also heavily active in carrying out Love Your Body Week each October, with events that have included film showings, goodie bag distribution, Operation Beautiful notes, and healthy body fitness classes.
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- Natasha Perry, President
- Jessica Joiner, Vice President
- Mitchell Toomey, Secretary
- Lauren Giron, Treasurer
- Take Back The Night
- Women's Week
- Girls Inc.
- Seminars & Lectures
- Performance of Vagina Monologues
- National Love Your Body Day/Week
Meeting times for Spring 2013
WSSA will meet every other Tuesday at 2:30 in the Skinner Conference Room in the JSAC. Next meeting is February 19th. Watch the Facebook page for announcements!
If you're interested in becoming involved, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.