summer & editor position

due to extended hours of sunlight and natural cravings for ice cream and lemonaide enjoyed on porches and balconies, posting for feministjuice throughout the summer months may be sporadic. for readers, thank you for supporting the blog and leaving comments for our lovely contributors. for potential writers: if you find yourself with some extra time on your hands, please consider writing a piece for the blog this summer. the best way to submit a piece is to email vanpuy@uwindsor.ca.

as this semester comes to a close, it is also time for feministjuice coeditor Nicole Beuglet to graduate. with Nicole moving off to start her Master’s, feministjuice will be in need of another coeditor to help Karly run the blog throughout the 2012-2013 school year. the job itself is voluntary and can be put on your co-curricular transcript. any interested parties may email Karly directly at vanpuy@uwindsor.ca.

thank you all for help make feministjuice a success in its first year. again, please keep checking for updates throughout the summer and consider becoming part of the only feminist blog at uwindsor.

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fresh feminist lemonade

The Women’s Studies Student Association will be selling lemonade and yummy baked goods this Wednesday December 30th in the CAW Centre from 11am – 4pm. Come out and fill your belly with feminist juicy goodness and help us raise money to purchase our blog from wordpress and make it an official website!

feminist juice is a welcoming and inclusive space where students can be openly expressive about their experiences with feminism. The possibilities for expression are endless, and we encourage everyone to use and embrace their voices on a united platform that actively resists the silencing and marginalizing of women.

Please bring your appetites, and any questions you might about feminist juice to our lemonade stand this Wednesday! It’s a good chance to meet the people who helped make feminist juice happen and to socialize with other like-minded students.

Thanks for your support,

Karly Van Puymbroeck and Judy Lai