The publication focuses on the importance of female sexuality and encourages students to voice their own opinions and experiences regarding sex. As the first of it's kind on campus, it received some backlash when first published. Records consist of the original proposal for lips, meeting notes, publicity articles, submissions as well as published issues.
More information about Lips can be found on their website at http://wmpeople.wm.edu/site/page/wmlips.
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Material related to Lips was pulled from the Student Organizations Collection (UA 7.047) and was added to this collection on 5/16/2012.
Acc. 2012.181 was hand delivered to the SCRC by Rebecca Little '2012, on 5/10/2012.
Fliers related to the Living Wage Campaign, Meridian Coffeehouse, and other organizations were pulled from Acc. 2012.181 and were added to the Living Wage Campaing Records, Meridian Coffehouse Records, WCWM Records, and the Student Organizations Collection.