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Carry the weight!


  • Arts and Lecture Program:  "Down with Diet Culture - An evening to unlearn a lifetime of lessons that harm body image and embrace a neutral relationship with our bodies," Thursday October 6th, 6:30-8:30pm, Prosser Auditorium. A therapist from The Therapy Group who specializes in weight stigma, eating disorders and body neutrality will be giving a talk on the history of diet culture in America, how much inequity it has created in healthcare and society and how we can undo the harm done by it on a personal and societal level. It will be followed by a live and anonymous Q&A and interview with Katie. We invite the whole Moravian community and any guests to attend, as this topic knows no gender, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, faith or orientation. Everyone can be harmed by diet culture. Refreshments will be served.


  • March 2019 - Women's History Month
  • Speaker: Feminista Jones, Thursday 14 March, 7pm, Prosser Hall. Jones is the author of two books, and her third, Reclaiming Our Space: How Black Feminists Are Changing the World From the Tweets to the Streets is due out this month and will be the topic of her talk.  Her work has also been featured in The New York TimesThe Washington PostTimeEssenceXOJaneVoxSalon, and EBONY.  
  • 13 April 2019 - 24th Annual Women's and Gender Studies Conference, Cedar Crest College
    Proposals are available here and are due 15 February 2019.
  • Women of Steel: Panel Discussion with former employees of Bethlehem Steel, Monday 12 March, 11:45am – 1pm, PPHAC 233. Lunch will be provided.
  • The Voiceless Democracy screening and discussion; Tuesday 13 March, 7pm, PPHAC 102
    The internationally recognized film features the stories of five men and their experiences with sexual violence. The documentary discusses the intersectionality between culture, masculinity, taboos and the impact that sexual violence has on men. 
  • Café con Leche: Latina Entrepreneurs, Wednesday 14 March, 5pm, Sally Building 113
  • #MeToo @ Moravian?: Taking the Temperature of the Campus Climate, Friday 16 March, 12-1pm, HUB, Snyder Room. A conversation with Moravian’s Title IX coordinator, Leah Breisch. Lunch will be provided.
  • Drag Show featuring Shangela from RuPaul’s Drag Race, Friday 16 March, 8:30pm, Johnston Hall
  • Sisters in Conference, Saturday 17 March, 8:30am – 4pm
    A day of self-love, self-care and collective healing for Women of Color to build community through trust-building, dialogue and care-free energy. Pre-registration is required. RSVP with Dr. Belinda Waller-Peterson (
  • Women’s History Poster Hunt, starting Monday 19 March. Find posted in PPHAC ten Women’s History Month Posters. Take ten selfies, one with each poster. Email your ten selfies to Gift cards awarded to the first 15 to finish the scavenger hunt!
  • In Our Own Voices: Latinas at Moravian, Tuesday 20 March, 5pm, Sally Building 129
    A panel discussion by Latina students, faculty and alumni.
  • The Rape of Recy Taylor, Wednesday 21 March, 6:30pm, PPHAC 102
    Recy Taylor, a 24-year-old black mother and sharecropper, was gang-raped by six white boys in 1944 Alabama. Common in Jim Crow South, few women spoke up. Recy Taylor did, as did her supporter, Rosa Parks.
  • Bloomsburg Talk, Saturday 24 March, 1-2 pm, HUB Snyder Room 
    Students who attended an LGBT conference at Bloomsburg University will report back to the campus.
  • Love, Simon: movie viewing, Sunday 25 March, meet at noon at the HUB. Shuttle will leave at 12:10pm to take you to the movie theatre, returning around 3:30pm.
  • The Chinese Exclusion Act”: Screening and Talkback, Monday 26 March, 7:15pm, Steelstacks ArtsQuest Center, 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem 18015. Panelists: Dr. Beth Lew-Williams (Princeton U.), Dr. Mary Lui (Yale U.) and Dr. John K. Smith (Lehigh U.). Open to the public. RSVP - Call 610-332-3378 or contact the ArtsQuest Box Office.
  • Saudi Women on Saudi Women II, Thursday 29 March, 12-1pm, PPHAC 102
    A presentation by Moravian University students. Co-Sponsored by the Saudi Club and the Office of Intercultural Advancement and Global Inclusion. Lunch will be provided
  • Guest Speaker: Julia Garcia - "Dirty Girl" Presentation; Tuesday 10 April, 7pm, Johnston Hall
    Her talk will revolve around rape culture, women today, and does so through personal experience and journeys. I saw her briefly speak at a conference and she was extremely powerful. For more information, check out this link: Julia Garcia