Harvard Feminists in Action

Photo taken by Sarah Stein-Lubrano ’13

THIS IS WHAT A FEMINIST LOOKS LIKE

The Radcliffe Union of Students (RUS) is a student group at Harvard University that strives to be a voice for women undergraduates and feminists of every gender. We are focused on women’s issues on campus, and we seek to strengthen women’s community and to improve the experiences of women undergraduates at Harvard. RUS exists at the forefront of an array of student groups concerned with the wellbeing of women, operating as both as the predominant representative of women undergraduate voices and as a leader in feminist activism on campus.

Please join us at any of our weekly meetings on Tuesdays at 7PM in the Women’s Center. New members are always welcome! The Women’s Center is located in the basement of Canaday B. For announcements about meetings, upcoming RUS events, and other topics of interest to Harvard feminists, please subscribe to our mailing list.

This website serves as both a resource for students interested in feminism and RUS, and an archive of RUS’s long and interesting history of women’s advocacy and activism. Take a look at some of our past projects here, including the creation of the Women’s Center at Harvard. Click here to read more about our evolution from the student government of Radcliffe College to the student group we are today.

We hope you’ll join us!

For contact information, click here.