Bairnwick Women's Center
The Bairnwick Women’s Center is a student-led movement that seeks to educate and to empower the Sewanee community by promoting social justice, equality, and voice. The Center celebrates and challenges notions of traditional understandings of gender and sexuality in the Sewanee community, and is dedicated to inspiring open and honest dialogue. It serves the campus as an alternative to traditionally “male” models of leadership, thought, and participation. It works through an inclusive and dynamic feminist framework that celebrates diversity and respects difference. The Center refuses to accept sexist, homophobic, racist, classist, and other discriminatory behavior and practices on campus.
The rooms in Bairnwick are unique, and are arranged differently on a yearly basis to best suit the needs of its residents and Sewanee community.
- One twin bed
- One free-standing dresser
- One desks with chair
- One wastebasket
- One room phone and two ethernet ports
- One closet and/or wardrobe
- Carpeting varies from room-to-room
Bairnwick has a large living room on its first floor, which includes several pieces of comfy furniture, along with cable TV and a DVD player. The kitchen is located on the first floor and provides an oven, microwave, and full-sized refrigerator. Laundry machines are also located in the kitchen. The Bairnwick Women's Center is air-conditioned. Parking is shared with the residents of St. Luke's Hall, Hoffman Hall, and the Spanish House.
For more information about the Bairnwick Women's Center, please visit the Center's website.
To view more photos of the Bairnwick Women's Center, please visit the photo album on the Center's Facebook page.