Input Needed for BC Curriculum Review: A message from Claire Bouchard

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View the petition here: Bouchard SGA FYF Petition (2_16_15) Message from Claire below: Don’t simply lend me your ears (or rather your eyes in this technological world) but please share with me your voices. This… Continue reading

SPRING FUNDRAISER BEGINS AT TONIGHT’S MEETING:

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50¢/pin patches (made last semester and made again in our next crafting meeting) will go on sale shortly! 2nd Annual Q Fundraiser for a local nonprofit begins tonight.  We will be raising money… Continue reading

Q: Discussion on Bi-/Pan- phobia and identity exclusion from “Queer spaces”

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For this week’s meeting we are hoping to intentionally create a space for bi- and pan- identified people who do not normally feel comfortable coming to Q or stepping into “Queer Spaces.”  We… Continue reading

Sister Circle Meeting this Thursday: Body Image

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Hey all! Our new member Kathy just passed along this opportunity to me/Q about this upcoming Sister Circle meeting and wanted to spread the word.  Sister Circle is a great group that meets… Continue reading

Meet a Q member: Morgan

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Name: Morgan Wu Year: First-year From: New York City, New York Pronouns: she/her/hers Major/prospective major: Psychology and English (creative writing) Favorite class you’ve taken thus far and why: American Writers and Their Foreign… Continue reading

OFFICE OF MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS: LGBTQ OPEN HOUSE MONDAY AND LAVGRAD OPPORTUNITY

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Before heading to the TRANS INCLUSION FORUM TOMORROW be sure to stop by the Satow Room on Lerner to learn more about LGBT student groups on campus and what the OMA is doing!  I’ll… Continue reading

MEET A Q MEMBER: ROWAN

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Name: Rowan Hepps Keeney Year: First-year From: West Chester, Pennsylvania Pronouns: They/them/theirs and she/her/hers Major/prospective major:Women, gender, and sexuality studies and theatre Favorite class you’ve taken thus far and why: Critical approaches. It forced me to look at… Continue reading

TRANS ADMISSION POLICY TOWN HALL 2: Event posting plus my response to the first

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Hey Q-bies! Even if you went to the first town hall, please please please consider coming out to the town hall this Monday 2/16/15.  Columbia Spectator covered the first town hall briefly (media coverage… Continue reading

another academic opportunity: TAKE A COURSE WITH PROFESSOR JACK HALBERSTAM

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WILD THINGS: QUEER AND FEMINIST THEORY AT THE END OF THE WORLD Halberstam ANNOUNCEMENT (information about the course, contains schedule and readings) Course admission is by application only, and it only meets 3 days, but… Continue reading

Open (no grade) Gender and Sexuality Law Course:

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About the course: “Law, Rights, and Religion” will explore cutting-edge issues in religious exemption law, policy, and practice. Our speakers will address the constitutional status of religious exemptions, the dangerous vagueness of the Religious… Continue reading