[FemPhys] October Newsletter - Events and Volunteering

FemPhys UW femphys at gmail.com
Mon Oct 16 22:01:42 EDT 2017

Welcome back from fall study days!

We still have a bunch of cool events left in October and lots of great
opportunities to join the FemPhys team as volunteers:

   - *Cassini Memorial*: On September 15th, 2017, Cassini hurtled itself
   into Saturn. Join us to celebrate the life and accomplishments of an iconic
   space probe held dear by thousands. Tea and snacks will be provided, all
   are welcome to attend!
      - *Thursday, October 19*
      - 5:30-7 pm
      - Phys 308

   - *Walk the Talk:*  Consent is the free, informed, and continued mutual
   agreement to participate in an activity, especially sex. But what does that
   look like in everyday life? Join over a dozen campus, student and community
   organizations for an afternoon of 15 minute drop-in workshops focused on
   helping you build your toolbox for practicing consent in day-to-day life.
      -  *Wednesday, October 25*
      - 1-4 pm and 5-8 pm
      - SLC Great Hall and SLC Multi-Purpose room

And reminder that *Tea & Talk* is still *every Tuesday in phys 104 from
12pm-1:30 pm*. All are welcome to drop by and chat!

Lastly, if you are interested in helping us put up posters or being a room
volunteer, make sure to send an email to femphys at gmail.com.

Take care and best wishes,

The FemPhys Family

Email: femphys at gmail.com
Location: Phys 104
200 University Ave W
Waterloo, ON
N2L 3G1
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