Clothing&Toy Exchange

The ASUO Women’s Center would like to present the Clothing and Toy Exchange. 

It will be on February 28, 2015 from 11am to 3pm.

At the Spencer View Apartments Community Room(2250 Patterson St.). 

The Women’s Center is now accepting clothes/toys for the clothing/toys exchange, in our office. Let us help you clean your closet and donate your gently used items to new owners. 

There will be light snacks and drinks.


We will also be hosting a workshop “How to Coupon?” with Stephanie Torres during the Clothing/Toy Exchange at 12-1pm February, 28th 2015.







The Eugene/Springfield Shadowed Production of The Vagina Monologues 2015

Presented by: The Eugene/Springfield Shadowed Production

Sponsored by: ASUO Women’s Center

Where:  University of Oregon, Global Scholars Hall

When: Saturday, February 14th at 7:00pm

Sunday, February 15th at 2:00pm

Cost: Tickets are $10 on Saturday and $8 on Sunday. May be purchased at

Eugene, OR– The ASUO Women’s Center at the University of Oregon is proud to announce that we have been granted the rights to put on a benefit production of Eve Ensler’s award-winning ensemble play, “The Vagina Monologues.”

The Eugene/Springfield Shadowed Production of The Vagina Monologues is part of the Women Center’s V-Day 2015 Campaign. Last year over 5,800 V-Day benefits were held around the world raising funds and awareness towards ending violence against women. These highly successful events raised over $5 million through performance of The Vagina Monologues, films, community briefings and large-scale benefits all geared towards putting an end to violence against women. The Eugene/Springfield Shadowed Production of The Vagina Monologues 2015 has joined this global movement.

For the first time ever in Eugene/Springfield The Vagina Monologues will present an all shadowed production and will be performed by two performers in simultaneously. One will be doing American Sign Language (ASL) and the other will be voicing English. This is not an interpreted production but rather a production where performers have worked together to present ASL and English together in unison.

Hailed by The New York Times as “funny” and “poignant” and by the Daily News as “intelligent” and “courageous,” The Vagina Monologues, which was first performed off-Broadway by Ms. Ensler, dives into the mystery, humor, pain, power, wisdom, outrage and excitement buried in women’s experiences.  Ms. Ensler has performed the play to great acclaim throughout the world – from Zagreb to Santa Barbara, from London to Seattle, from Jerusalem to Oklahoma City.  Villard Books/Random House first published The Vagina Monologues, which includes a foreword by Gloria Steinem, in February 1998.  A special edition was released in hardcover and paperback in February 2008 in honor of V-Day’s ten year anniversary.

The Vagina Monologues will be performed at The University of Oregon, Global Scholars Hall on Saturday, February 14th at 7pm and Sunday, February 15th at 2pm, with doors opening one hour prior.  Tickets are $10 on Saturday and $8 on Sunday with a $1.15 processing fee and may be purchased at

To learn more about The Eugene/Springfield Shadowed Production of The Vagina Monologues, e-mail us  To learn more about V‑Day and its campaigns visit


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Women of Color Retreat & Privilege Allyship Workshops


It is an opportunity for campus women of color to explore the intersections of their identities as well as increase awareness about issues that affect our communities. We’ll have workshops about anti-blackness, cissexism, ableism, selfies and art as a way of expression. Join us in empowering and building a community of women of color!

Open to all identity groups, but white identifying women are encourage to attend to the White Privilege and Allyship Workshops!

This is a series of workshops in conjunction with the Women of Color retreat. The purpose of this gathering is to raise awareness about white privilege and how it can get in the way on the path active solidarity with women of color and others who experience marginalization.

Open to all identity groups, but women of color are encouraged to go to the Women of Color Retreat: