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Get to know MSU WGEN

full_Twitter-Cover-photo_(1)Women and Gender Equity network (WGEN) is one the MSU’s newest services, with the goal of creating a safe space on campus for women-identified people, trans people, and survivors of sexual assault.

The service approaches issues from the individual and structural level by providing educative workshops and campaigns, social events, and a safe(r) space on campus – which is now officially MUSC 226, open Monday-Friday, 4:30-9:30 pm.

Ingie Metwally had Hayley Regis, the WGEN coordinator, come on the morningfile today to chat about her plans for this year, what she wants to accomplish, and the exec positions available. Find out more about WGEN by checking out their website, Facebook, or Twitter, or by clicking on the sound clip below to hear from Hayley herself!

If you’re interested in applying to be an exec, just visit the job page on the MSU website – applications are due August 9 at 11:59 pm.

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