The campus community was invited to the centuries-old tradition of combining tea parties with conversations about politics, literature and reform on March 26.
Sponsored by the Women’s Center, “EqualiTea” featured select performances from the student production of “That Takes Ovaries!” and excerpts from the upcoming production of Sherri Slater’s “Loudmouths,” which will take place April 5 in Muskegon. Slater is a Grand Valley student and recipient of the Women’s Center Outstanding Student award.
The annual EqualiTea was among the events celebrating March as Women’s History Month. For more information, visit www.gvsu.edu/women_cen.