Get to know the peer eds: Michelle!

Name: Michelle Loo Year: 2016 Major: Urban Studies and Public Health History Where you’re from: Philadelphia Favorite WW workshop/program/event: Most recently, it has to be our new service to IUDoula for students during their IUD insertions! Something you enjoy about being a peer ed: I love being able to contribute to the ways we understand health and wellness on-campus. The…

Get to know the peer eds: Emma!

Name: Emma Toner Year: 2018 Major: Psychology and Sociology Hometown: Belmont, MA Favorite WW workshop/program/event: “Let’s Talk About…” (a sex positive fair previously called Cuntfidence) — I know that speaking so candidly about sex, sexuality, menstruation, etc. can be intimidating for some people, so I was really excited to be involved in creating a space and…

Get to know the peer eds: Sarika!

Over the next few weeks we’ll be introducing you to our awesome student peer educators, starting with senior Sarika Kumar:                               Name / year / major /: Sarika Kumar/ 2016/ Urban Studies and Environmental Science Where you’re from: Syosset, New York…

Tatyana Fazlalizadeh is changing the narrative around street harassment

If you’re a woman in New York, chances are you’re cat-called on the regular. And contrary to the harasser’s belief, it’s never flattering. Brooklyn based artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh is looking to shift the narrative around street harassment with her project Stop Telling Women to Smile. “I started it because I wanted to talk about my…