Interweaving patterns of apartness and closeness have united our class and solidified our understanding of each other and ourselves.
We hope that the current campus energy around mental health can stimulate further discussion and improvements.
We still have far to go to achieve our end goal of creating a social choice fund within Harvard’s endowment.
The crowd cheered loudly at the end of the final dramatic reenactments of "The Woman Who Loved to Make Vaginas Happy" by Nike Verghese '12.
Gina Kim '15 introduced "They Beat the Girl Out of My Boy...Or So They Tried", "What If I Told You I Didn't Have a Vagina", "I Was There In the Room", "My Vagina Was My Village", "The Little Coochi Snorcher That Could", and "Spotlight: For My Sisters in PortAuPrinceBukavuNewOrleans".
Li Murphy '15 turns to talk to one of her fellow Vagina Monologues participant as the cast exits the stage.
Gabrielle Guarracino '12 spoke along with the entire cast of the 2012 Vagina Monologues at Harvard in the final piece, "Over It".
Christina Twicken and Maddie Coveno perform a duet monologue titled "My Vagina Was My Village". The monologue was based on one Bosnian woman refugee's experience of being raped as a systematic tactic of view.
"There's the almost moan, the right on it moan, the elegant moan, the Grace Slick moan...the machine-gun moan, the tortured Zen moan, the Diva moan, the college moan...I should be studying. I should be studying," explained Nike Verghese '12.
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