In the news: ‘Today’s Take’ highlights Women’s History programming
The Green Bay Press-Gazette highlights UW-Green Bay’s Women’s History Month programming, and talks to Student Life’s Sheila Carter, in Monday’s (March 10) “Today’s Take” column. Written by reporter Patti Zarling, the piece considers how far the fight for women’s equality has come — and how much remains to be done. “I think the issue of women’s rights is really important,” Carter told Zarling. “I think sometimes college women don’t realize the challenges that are still there, especially for women who don’t live in the west. … The events heighten the awareness of the contributions of women in our country and internationally.” Zarling also attended last week’s International Women’s Day luncheon, featuring Kimberly Gauderman. You can read about that, and more, in today’s column: click here.