Moira Baker addresses the crowd as she talks about the various events and activities of this year's Women's History Month
Moira Baker talks about a story telling tapestry from a group of women in Chile and how it shows the power of women to communicate and stand up for what is right in a community.
Sarah Hastings (left) and Moira Baker (right) don the Women's Studies stole on President Kyle as part of the Women's History Month celebrations.
Pat Brown from the Women's Resource Center speaks to the audience after receiving the Women's Studies Lifetime Achievement Award.
Individuals who played a role in making Women's History Month this year and in years past take a "Broadway" style bow at the end of the ceremonies
President Kyle with Loren Phillips after the ceremonies
Moira Baker takes a bow also for all her hard work with the Women's Studies Program
Pat Brown, left, and Betty Jones, right, from the Women's Resource Center with President Kyle after the ceremony. Brown and Jones received Lifetime Achievement Awards for the work they do in the community.
Students who will be graduating with a Women's Studies minor with Moira Baker and President Kyle with the stoles they just received at the ceremony on Wednesday.