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Jessica Ordinario, a senior communication studies and sociology major who attended the event, praised the panel but expressed regret that the discussion was necessary.
“I think it was just a lot of really smart women who are telling us things that are very obvious, but sadly we need to hear,” Ordinario said.
Another student, Will McAneny, a senior international affairs major, praised the format of the event.
“I thought it was a fantastic panel,” said McAneny. “It was moderated very well. I appreciated how they came from a diversity of academic disciplines and how the questions for the most part all moved the conversation forward by kind of focusing on a different facet or aspect of the issues that were discussed.”
The event was sponsored by the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program; Office of Student Affairs; Humanities Center; School of Law; John D. O’Bryant African-American Institute; Politics, Philosophy and Economics program; Department of Political Science; Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service; Center for Intercultural Engagement; and College of Social Sciences and Humanities, but was largely pushed by Walters.
“I felt we needed a chance to really talk about how race and gender are structuring the way we can even think about this election and the importance of fighting back against Trump,” she said.
Photo by Alex Melagrano