The Women’s Student Assembly (WSA) is one of eight assemblies within Program Board- a branch of the Undergraduate Student Government at USC. Inspired by women and powered by students, WSA works on and off campus to tackle gender issues, to engage the community, and to empower women. Founded in 1990, the mission of the Women’s Student Assembly is to address the emerging concerns of USC women by working to strengthen the network of female students, faculty, staff, and organizations. With a network of diverse organizations and a proactive stance in sponsoring political, educational, social, and community events, WSA seeks to raise the awareness, impact, and voices of USC women.


1618599_597069570385663_858960917_nThe Women’s Student Assembly presents Take Back the Week!

Join us the week of March 2 – March 6 for a week of events that seeks to 1) raise awareness about the prevalence of sexual violence in our communities as well as 2) to create and maintain safe spaces for survivors of sexual violence to heal, speak, and thrive.

Check out the events we have lined up for this year’s TBTW at the Facebook Page. 

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  1. The City of West Hollywood is hosting a full weekend of V-Day activities!

    RISE UP on Thursday, February 14th at the Sal Guarriello Veteran’s Memorial Park at 10 AM. Official One Billion Rising LA Kickoff! Special guests Jane Fonda and over 200 dancers performing a specially choreographed dance by Debbie Allen!

    On Saturday, February 16th from 8-10 pm WeHo is hosting The MENding Monologues. Inspired by Eve Ensler’s play, The Vagina Monologues, this 90-minute show explores gender violence issues from a male perspective using first-person monologues and hard-hitting slam poetry.

    Visit http://www.weho.org for more information!

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