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Every spring the VDAY organization on the UW-Eau Claire campus produces this show to raise awareness about violence against women and donations to help fund local groups and shelters working to end abuse. The monologues include stories of rape and abuse, birth and love. Each year the show is performed with a fresh cast of more than 60 women — all students, faculty, and staff — and is student produced and directed.

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The all-female cast closed Friday's performance standing together against violence towards women. The production was put on by the V-Day Campaign, a national organization working to end violence against women, which has a chapter at Eau Claire. Senior kinesiology major Grace Glor has been active in the production for the past two years.

Thank you for your time. The Bolton Refuge House operates in the city of Eau Claire, and serves victims of domestic violence, and sexual assault. The agency strives to provide victims with safe and empowering services in an attempt to reduce the chances of them and their children from being harmed.

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As a first time viewer of The Vagina Monologuesmy head was spinning. Should I have prepared myself for a night of laughter and hilarity or gritting my teeth for what was to be a detailed, bare-knuckle expedition into the female anatomy? With ticket stub ripped and playbill in hand, I cautiously entered the performance space.

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Educationwhich I've generally found to be highly reliable, reports:. The university claims the ban is necessary because some students might not feel RAs who lead Bible studies are "approachable. Her reason for this was that students might not think Bible study-leading RAs were sufficiently "approachable.

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Should Eau Claire students be required to graduate with a minor? The Spectator is a percent student-run university publication published under the authority granted to the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System. While The Spectator continually strives for excellence and accuracy, we resign the fact that we will occasionally make errors. When these errors are made, The Spectator will take responsibility for correcting the error and will maintain a high level of transparency to be sure all parties are confident that the incorrect information does not spread.

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Updated: August 16, pm. The next year, Elwood raised her hand to direct the show and she has helmed a dozen productions since then, including shows at the Pump House, at the Rivoli Theatre selling out all seats and at her own Muse Theatre, where she is artistic director and co-owner with her husband, Don. Ensler wrote the play after interviewing about women about aspects of sexuality and femininity in the mids, originally presenting it herself as a one-woman play.

Student speech codes were supposed to be a thing of the past on this campus. But sometimes the causes of repression continue to rear their problematic heads — often in a different form. Last semester, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire resident assistant Lance Steiger sued his college and the UW System in federal court — and rightfully so — for violating his First Amendment rights to free expression and freedom of religion after prohibiting him from leading Bible studies in his room.

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