Panel discussion March 28 will address recent marches for women
“Women in Numbers,” a panel discussion about recent marches supporting women’s issues, will run from 4:15-5:15 p.m. March 28 in Kresge Little Theatre, East Hall, on the Ripon College campus.
Panelists will include: Michele Wittler, registrar and associate dean of faculty; Sophie Widman ’18, of Boulder Creek, California; Sarah Frohardt-Lane, assistant professor of history; and Nate Ebert, residence hall director for the Quad and program coordinator for intramurals and the fitness center. They will discuss recent marches that have taken place, reflect on the experiences and meanings of the marches, and share thoughts about how/where to go from here.
The event is part of Women’s History Month at Ripon College.
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