It’s that time of year again when it’s time to celebrate Women’s History Month. Southern New Hampshire Uni­versity’s (SNHU) Deborah L. Coffin Women’s Center has coordinated many events for the month of March with the help of many other clubs on campus. Some of these clubs include but are not limited to Student Activists for Gender Equality (SAGE), Outreach As­sociation, History Club, Diver­sity Initiatives, the Center for Community Engaged Learning, International Student Associa­tion, and Student Government Association. These events are for any students, faculty, staff, alumni and community part­ners to come join in on.

Their biggest planned event was held on Mar. 8 which was International Women’s Day. There were many events held throughout the day.

During the week leading up to the International Women’s Day, the Center for Communi­ty Engaged Learning collected many household items to be donated to the International Institute of New Hampshire.

This was the first time that SNHU has created a significant, full day of activities to celebrate the day.

There are also many other events to celebrate Women’s History Month at SNHU here are just a few highlighted events but check out the calendars to see all of the others.

On Thursday, Mar. 24, Deepa Willingham will be com­ing to speak about educating and empowering girls through­out the world. This event is co-sponsored by the Outreach As­sociation.

The following week, on Monday, Mar. 28 at 5 p.m. in the Corcoran Room, there will be an “I Am Malala” book discussion. For a free book to read in advanced to this event, please email womencenter@ snhu.edu.

On Wednesday, Mar. 30 at 7 p.m. in the Dining Cen­ter Banquet Hall there will be a screening of the film “Bring it to the Table” and speaker session. This event is co-spon­sored by the Center for Com­munity Engaged Learning, the Outreach Association and Of­fice of Student Involvement.

Nicole Clark
Nicole Clark is a junior honors student at SNHU who is pursuing a major in Elementary Education with a certification in Special Education. Nicole is passionate about community service and equal access to education. This year she is stepping down from the news section editor position as she is student teaching.