So far this October we have:
-Given away over $1500 in bursaries to students and community members in need.
-Given 3 anti-oppression workshops on campus and in the community.
-Given 4 media interviews about our gender justice organizing on campus this year.
-Participated in several campus and community organizing initiatives, including the December 6th planning committee, the Nova Scotia Sexual Violence Strategy Initiative, the DSU Sexual Assault and Harassment Phone Line, Canadian University Queer Services Conference planning committee, and more.
-Hosted a very successful clothing swap (and then donated the leftover clothing to Adsum women's shelter)
-Hosted an open community organizing meeting for reproductive justice Halifax.
-Welcomed and trained 45 new volunteers! These volunteers have formed sub-committees, and many hold regular centre hours!
-Formed a new feminist book club.
-Formed Reel Talk Feminist Film Club.
-Given away over 20 fee pregnancy tests.
-Tabled in the Dalhousie Student Union building and two residence halls, where we gave away free sexual health supplies, menstrual health supplies, and resources!
Dalhousie Cult Classics Club presents:

The Babadook!
October 22nd, 7:30pm
Room 4106 in the Killam (across from the elevator on the 4th floor)

"Essie Davis stars as Amelia, a put-upon nurse whose perpetually difficult son Sam becomes convinced that a storybook monster called Mister Babadook is haunting their house. This is a horror movie, so he's bang on about that. But THE BABADOOK is also a singular and unique thing; a fresh spin on a well worn genre from the kind of directorial voice (a middle-aged Australian woman) and about material (the difficulties of single-motherhood) that generally don't get play in the horror genre. But man, they should, cause BABADOOK is the goods."


Presented by the King's Early Modern Studies Society and the King's Foreign Film Society there will be a spooky screening of the hilarious 'What We Do in the Shadows' on Monday October 26th in Alumni Hall (King's campus) at 7pm.

"The creators of Flight of the Conchords present a "blood good fun" story of an endearingly unhip quartet of vampire roommates living in modern New Zealand. Watch as a documentary crew films their nightly routine of quibbling over chores, struggling with new technologies and fashion, cruising clubs for ladies, and antagonizing the local werewolves (not swearwolves!)."

- An introduction by vampire hunter Dr. Katheryn Morris 
- Non-blood snacks
- A Post Mortem with non-blood libations following the film
- dope posters by 
Jesse Hiltz

We'll leave you to do your dark bidding on the internet - hope to see you there :)
Now is the time, this is the hour: a Halloween radio miniseries!
Hosted by Jordan Roberts

Thursday October 22 "Bubble Bubble Toil and Trouble"

Listen live with 
CKDU 88.1 FM on the dial or go online,

Witchcraft, magick, Tarot, spells, covens, charms, and familiars. Discussion and interviews with practitioners. Interviewees will include Madison Foster, Mj Patterson and Don Adams of the Witches' Ball 2015 - CKDU Fundraiser and the Neighbourhood witch.
Students! Friends! Community Partners! Interested in volunteering for South House? Want to be a part of a badass gender justice team?

This workshop will give you basic information about the centre’s organizational structure and what volunteers do here. The workshop is also designed so volunteers can explore how they want to engage with the centre’s mission statement and mandate.

Tuesday, October 27th, 4-6pm.
Location TBA

There will be snacks provided!

~Access notes~
-Vegan and gluten-free snacks provided! 
-South House is currently only accessible by a small flight of stairs. Renovations will be taking place in the late Fall to build a ramp and widen our doorways.
-All gender washroom.
-Scent-free environment, so we ask folks to please refrain from wearing scented products and perfumes. 
-Children welcome! There is a library for young readers, as well as colouring books and other activities. 

Please register at:
DalOUT is thrilled to host an altnerative, free, sober, all-ages social event for the Halloween season! Join us for a screening of this queer cult classic, where we will be showing you the (arguably) two top Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes ever, including the musical! 

October 29th, 8pm-11pm
Location TBA

~Once More With Feeling~ 
This is Buffy the Vampire Slayer's one and only musical episode and you can sing along! When a demon compels Buffy and her friends to break out into song, the vampire slaying team must join forces to solve this musical mystery. 

Emmy award nominated and known as one of Buffy the Vampire Slayer's spookiest episode ever, Hush features group of fairy tale ghouls named "The Gentlemen" who come to town and steal everyone's voices. Everyone must find ways to express their feelings about each other and keep some semblance of control as the town descends into chaos.

We encourage everyone to dress up for the night as costume and trvia prizes will be awarded!

If Buffy's not your thing, fear not! There will be so many snacks and Halloween crafting stations to keep you occupied as well as musical intermission, so let us know what we should play! 

ACCESSIBILITY: The episodes will be played with closed caption subtitles. The event is held in a building with automatic doors, elevators, and wheelchair-accessible and gender inclusive washrooms. Please contact or post here if you have specific accessibility questions or needs!
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