Tag Archive: Q

Meet a Q Alum: Amissa

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Name: Hilary Amissa Brewer From: Baltimore-ish, Maryland Pronouns: She/hers, etc. Class: 2013 Major: Anthropology What do you do now: I’m currently back in school getting my premedical postbac…I’m going to be a doctor! Why do you… Continue reading

Meet a Q member: Roz

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Name: Rosalind Bazett Watson call me Roz From: Boston Pronouns: She her hers Major: Gender studies major and pre Med Favorite class you’ve taken thus far and why: reading the body because it was a four people seminar… Continue reading

V-DAY BEYOND CISTERHOOD: OPENS TONIGHT

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I am so proud to say that many of our members are actively involved in V-Day’s production of Beyond Cisterhood (from writing, acting, directing, and beyond) I hope many of you will be… Continue reading

Meet a Q Member: Kay

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Name: Kay Ferguson Year: First Year From: Westchester, NY Pronouns: Any pronoun Major/prospective major: Psychology Favorite class you’ve taken thus far and why: Abnormal Psychology with Prof. Gupta is an amazing experience because… 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

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

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

Check-in Mix 1

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Shout out to one of our amazing first year members Emma May (BC ’18) for both making Q a youtube channel *and* putting together this great mix!  The songs listed are responses to our… Continue reading

Q members in solidarity with Students for a Trans-Inclusive Barnard: a photo project

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 Like STIB on facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/StudentsforaTransInclusiveBarnard Sign and share STIB’s statement of support here: http://tinyurl.com/BCTransSupport