Events in the WRC!

The WRC hosts monthly programs forcusing on the core principle, "Respect for all persons." They include panels, speakers, spoken word, student performances, dance, music, art, self expression, and of course, food. Topics range from gender based violence to non traditional families, beauty norms, politics, and much more.Stop by the WRC to learn more! 

WRC Programs 2017-2018


Monthly Programs:

Coffee, Creativity, and Community - 1st Wednesdays of the month, 7:30 to 9 p.m. 

Put your creativity to work as you paint, write, cut, paste, and discover your own outlet for creatively expressing yourself during our monthly First Wednesday series. We will offer coffee, tea, snacks and music for you to enjoy as you connect with fellow community members, de-stress and most importantly, have fun. We will offer a theme every month to help inspire you!

Pop-Up Programs:

The WRC will host/co-host pop-up programs as a space to talk about important social issues that impact our SMC community and/or the global environment.  The programs aim to highlight important information and to equip students with the information necessary to be agents of change in their own lives and for the community.


  Photos from our April 2016 Clothesline Project, a component of our annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month that allows survivors to decorate tee-shirts to express their emotions.




Celebrating Latinas Luncheon


LGBTQIA Luncheon


Love is Louder Week




Tribute to Women of African Descent Luncheon


World AIDS Day


Saturday Writing & Creative Experession Circles

Saturdays from 12:00pm - 2:00pm in the WRC

JAN-TERM, 2018 

VDAY prep




Soda Center

Wo/men's Conference:

Who is s/he?


Celebrating API Luncheon:


April - Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Clothesline Project

April 3rd - 6th

Take Back the Night

Thursday, April 12th

6:00 - 8:00 pm, Hagerty Lounge

Denim Day

Wednesday, April 25th

1:00 - 3:00 pm, Soda Center - Moraga Room