For the third year in a row Resident Advisors (RAs) have held a New College Needs Feminism photo-shoot with an impressive turnout. Originally started in 2012 by thesis student Skylar Ead, the event was continued this year by RAs Amanda Bragg and Kaylie Stokes. Over 100 students held up whiteboards to tell the world why they need feminism.
Students poignantly and powerfully addressed issues of gender inequality and everyday sexism using just a sentence or two. Held in the black box theater, the event was scheduled over the course of two days so that more students would be able to participate. Many students, excited about the event, made multiple signs. The resulting photos were made public online through an album on flickr and shared with the student body.