Events

Feb
27
6:00 PM18:00

Queering the Color Line

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in to  enjoy a free dinner and great conversation.

Sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center

 

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Feb
27
7:30 PM19:30

Intergenerational Group Discussions to Learn about the Impact of Racism in our Community: LGBTQ+ Community and Race

  • YWCA Princeton (59 Paul Robeson Pl, Princeton NJ) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Discussions will be structured with a short introductory talk followed by interactive small group discussions, facilitated by Princeton University LGBTQIA Peer Educators and the LGBT Center Director. Space is limited for the first 20 participants who register.

RSVP @princetonywca.org.

Sponsored by Princeton YWCA and the LGBT Center

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Feb
28
12:00 PM12:00

Grad Pride Lunch

Princeton grad students in the LGBTQIA community are welcome to join us for lunch right in the heart of campus!  Let’s take a break to chat and enjoy some tasty food together! To attend, please RSVP to lgbt@princeton.edu.

Sponsored by the Graduate School and the LGBT Center

 

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Feb
28
8:00 PM20:00

"Paris is Burning" Film Screening

The night before Leiomy Maldonado's vogue workshop, join LGBT Center interns to watch this prize-winning documentary about the black and Latinx Harlem ball culture in the 1980s, an intimate portrait of a world of fierce competition, sustenance, and survival. Stick around for a conversation afterwards about voguing and the ballroom scene over popcorn and snacks.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center and PULPO

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Mar
1
12:00 PM12:00

BTGALA Spring Lecture and Voguing Workshop with Leiomy Maldonado

Described as "electrifying", "fearless", and "inspirational", internationally recognized vogue dancer and instructor Leiomy Maldonado has been wowing audiences and blazing trails since the age of 16. A Bronx NY native, Leiomy was introduced to the dance form of voguing through New York City's underground Ballroom scene, an extravagant community created by impoverish Black and Latino LGBT youth to safely express themselves and revel in the allure of fabulous pageants and dance battles designed to mirror the wealthy lifestyles they so often dreamed of living. As a young transgender woman, Leiomy found acceptance, a sense of community, and safety within the scene.

Sponsored by PULPO with support from Princeton BTGALA and the LGBT Center

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Mar
2
1:00 PM13:00

Oral History Methods Workshop

The Princeton LGBTQIA Oral History Project launched in the summer of 2017, with students interviewing LGBTQIA alums about their lives. If you are interested in being part of the Oral History Project (OHP) Team for the summer of 2018, join Professor Gill Frank for this training to learn hands-on oral history interviewing skills. Once you complete the workshop, you are eligible to apply for one of the summer student research assistant positions. Priority given to those who want to be part of the OHP Team, but all those interested in learning oral history methods for research, etc. are encouraged to apply.

RSVP required: https://goo.gl/MMkDYw.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center, Community Based Learning Initiative, Princeton BTGALA, Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, Princeton Histories Fund and University Archives

 

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Mar
3
1:00 PM13:00

Oral History Methods Workshop

The Princeton LGBTQIA Oral History Project launched in the summer of 2017, with students interviewing LGBTQIA alums about their lives. If you are interested in being part of the Oral History Project (OHP) Team for the summer of 2018, join Professor Gill Frank for this training to learn hands-on oral history interviewing skills. Once you complete the workshop, you are eligible to apply for one of the summer student research assistant positions. Priority given to those who want to be part of the OHP Team, but all those interested in learning oral history methods for research, etc. are encouraged to apply.

RSVP required: https://goo.gl/MMkDYw.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center, Community Based Learning Initiative, Princeton BTGALA, Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, Princeton Histories Fund and University Archives

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Mar
6
12:00 PM12:00

Bi/Queer/Pan/Fluid Lunch

  • Location Disclosed Upon Registration (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Undergraduate and graduate bisexual/queer/pansexual/fluid-identified students are invited for great food and conversation for our first-ever BPFQ lunch. Drop in and join us. Lunch provided.

RSVP online: https://goo.gl/FopFZj

Sponsored by the LGBT Center

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Mar
9
12:30 PM12:30

Building Communities of Support for LGBTQIA Survivors

  • Location Disclosed Upon Registration (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Looking for space for students to discuss sexual violence in the LGBTQIA community? Looking to support someone? Join us for a dinner and discussion. We will be joined be Rebecca Giagnacova from Counseling and Psychological Services. This space is intended to center the experiences of people who are part of the LGBTQIA community and survivors/victims of sexual violence.

Please RSVP anonymously (we welcome feedback about dietary restrictions & accessibility concerns): https://goo.gl/CEKxza

Sponsored by Counseling and Psychological Services and the LGBT Center

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Mar
10
11:00 AM11:00

Day of LGBTQIA Alumni Events

  • McCormick Hall Room 101 & Prospect House (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join us for a full day gathering on campus for LGBTQ alumni and students, to keep alive the spirit of the Every Voice conference. There will be a variety of events, including student-alumni networking and panels about the Princeton LGBTQIA Oral History Project (more detail below).

RSVP by Mar 2: https://tinyurl.com/yahxenz5

Sponsored by Princeton BTGALA with support from the Alumni Association and the LGBT Center

 

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Mar
10
3:15 PM15:15

Histories Now Visible: A Scholars' Panel on the Importance of LGBTQIA Oral History Projects

Judy Jarvis, Princeton LGBT Center Director will moderate a discussion with Professor Gill Frank, Visiting Fellow at Princeton's Center for the Study of Religion and Professor Jason Ruiz, Associate Professor of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame. Frank conducted oral histories about the history of disco in Chicago, supervised and organizaed the Underground Rhode Island oral history project, assigned student to conduct oral histories with LGBTQ alums at Colby College, and created a podcast Sexing History, which integrates oral histories into each episode, Ruiz was the co-founder and a board member of the Twin cities GLBT Oral History Project and co-edited the book "Queer Twin Cities: Politics, Histories, Spaces" (2010). At Notre Dame, he teaches courses in Latino studies, race and representation, queer studies, and popular culture.

RSVP by Mar 2: http://tinyurl.com/yahxenz5

Sponsored by Princeton BTGALA, the LGBT Center, Gender and Sexuality Studies, the University Archives and the Princeton Histories Fund

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Mar
10
4:30 PM16:30

Stories from Rainbow Tigers: Oral History Project Interviewers Share Experiences Interviewing LGBTQIA Alumni

In the summer of 2017, a team of four students and one alumna interviewed 73 LGBTQIA Princeton alumni for the Princeton LGBTQIA Oral History Project, with interviewees' class year ranging from 1955 to 2015. The Project's Alumni Board Co-Chair Suman Chakraborty '97 will moderate a conversation with student/alum researchers Paloma Aguas '18, Christina Chica '15 and Rita Keazer '20. The researchers will share what was surprising, what was difficult and what was joyous about interviewing alumni for the project and will answer questions from the audience. Audio and video excerpts from interviews will also be presented.

RSVP by Mar 2: https://tinyurl.com/yahxenz5

Sponsored by Princeton BTGALA, the LGBT Center, Gender and Sexuality Studies, the University Archives and the Princeton Histories Fund

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Mar
13
9:00 AM09:00

Ally Project: Supporting LGBT Students, Staff, and Faculty

Designed specifically for staff and faculty, the Ally Project explores ways to better support LGBTQIA students and colleagues and will cover topics, such as: language and terminology, how to support members of the LGBTQIA community, and campus resources.  This session will be led by Zaneta Rago-Craft, Director of the Rutgers University Center for Social Justice Education & LGBT Communities. Register at princeton.edu/training.

Register at princeton.edu/training

Sponsored by the LGBT Center, LGBT Employee Resource Group, LGBT Task Force, Office of Instituational Equity and Diversity, Office of Human Resource, and Office of the Vice President for Campus Life

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Mar
13
2:00 PM14:00

Ally Project: Asexuality

Designed specifically for staff and faculty, this Ally Project session will delve into understanding asexual students’ and employees’ identities and experiences and to help participants learn how to be more effective allies to asexual members of our community. This session will be led by Zaneta Rago-Craft, Director of the Rutgers University Center for Social Justice Education & LGBT Communities. Register at princeton.edu/training.

Register at princeton.edu/training.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center, LGBT Employee Resource Group, LGBT Task Force, Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity, Office of Human Resource, and Office of the Vice President for Campus Life

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Mar
13
6:00 PM18:00

Queering the Color Line

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in to  enjoy a free dinner and great conversation.

Sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center

 

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Mar
14
3:30 PM15:30

Supporting Trans Students in the Classroom

Trans and gender non-conforming students are increasingly comfortable being out in the classroom but often are frustrated or let down by their instructors' apathy, lack of knowledge or discomfort about their identities and experiences. Instructors who can address the needs of trans and gender non-conforming students in the classroom can make a huge difference in these students' classroom success and their passion for the topic being taught. In this workshop with Princeton LGBT Center staff Judy Jarvis and Andy Cofino, attendees will learn vocabulary relevant to trans and gender non-conforming students, information on the campus climate for trans students, best practices for pronouns in the classroom, and a robust Q&A. We welcome AIs with any and all levels of experience working with trans and gender non-conforming students.

Sponsored by the McGraw Center for Teaching & Learning

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Mar
27
12:00 PM12:00

Private Lunch with Creative Writing Professor A.M. Homes

  • Location Disclosed Upon Registration (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join Lecturer in Creative Writing and the Lewis Center for the Arts, A.M. Homes, for a private and casual lunch discussion. A.M. Homes is author of the novels: This Book Will Save Your Life, Music for Torching, The End of Alice, In a Country of Mother, and Jack; as well was the short-story collections, Things You Should Know and The Safety of Objects; the travel memoir, Los Angeles: People, Places and the Castle on the Hill; and the artist's book, Appendix A. Previously she was a writer/producer of the television show, The L Word, in 2004-2005 and wrote the adaptation of her first novel, Jack, for Showtime.

RSVP here: https://goo.gl/H5yz8V

Sponsored by the LGBT Center

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Mar
27
6:00 PM18:00

Queering the Color Line

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in to  enjoy a free dinner and great conversation.

Sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center

 

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Apr
10
6:00 PM18:00

Queering the Color Line

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in to  enjoy a free dinner and great conversation.

Sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center

 

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Apr
12
5:00 PM17:00

Workshop on Bisexual/Pansexual/Fluid/Queer/Omnisexual Identities with Robyn Ochs

Robyn Ochs is an educator, speaker, grassroots activist, and editor of the Bi Women Quarterly, and two anthologies: the 42-country collection Getting Bi: Voices of Bisexuals Around the World and RECOGNIZE: The Voices of Bisexual Men. Her writings have been published in numerous bi, women's studies, multicultural, and LGBTQ+ anthologies. All students, faculty and staff are welcome.

RSVP to lgbt@princeton.edu

Sponsored by the LGBT Center

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Apr
24
6:00 PM18:00

Queering the Color Line

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in to  enjoy a free dinner and great conversation.

Sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center

 

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May
8
6:00 PM18:00

Queering the Color Line

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in to  enjoy a free dinner and great conversation.

Sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center

 

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May
12
2:00 PM14:00

Lavender Graduation

This ceremony will honor graduating undergrad and grad LGBTQIA students and recognize the leadership within our community. If you are a graduating student who would like to participate, please contact the LGBT Center at lgbt@princeton.edu.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center

 

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Jun
1
12:00 PM12:00

Reunions: Open House at the LGBT Center

The LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) Center invites all LGBTQIA alumni and allies for coffee and sweets. Please come by to see our fabulous space. Staff will be on hand to talk with you about LGBTQIA life on campus and how Princeton has evolved into a top institution for LGBTQIA students.
Sponsored by the LGBT Center

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Feb
19
to Feb 23

Race & Identity-Alike LGBTQIA Community & Skill Building Workshops with Sheltreese McCoy

  • Location disclosed upon registration (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The LGBT Center and Women*s Center invite undergraduate and graduate students to take part in one or more of the special race- and identity-alike workshops led by Sheltreese McCoy during her upcoming residency at Princeton. RSVP here: https://goo.gl/vQZkAu. The workshops will focus on participants learning specific skills (listed below) and building community with other Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Non-Binary, Queer, Intersex, Asexual (LGBTQIA) students. During the workshops you will have the opportunity to participate in community-building exercises that uplift and document your experiences, and learn both personal and professional skill sets, including:

- non-violent communication strategies;
- creative problem-solving tactics; and
- community care and accountability measures

The goal of having race- and identity-alike gatherings is to provide different kinds of LGBTQIA spaces for students to engage and talk about their experiences, since students of different races, sexualities and genders have different community-building and anti-racist work they need to do. However, there will also be a gathering for all students to come together at the end of Sheltreese’s residency (more detail below).

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Feb
13
6:00 PM18:00

Queering the Color Line

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in to  enjoy a free dinner and great conversation.

Sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center

 

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Feb
12
6:00 PM18:00

Q’nnections Monthly Family Dinner

  • Carl A. Fields Center Multipurpose Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Q’nnections, the revived and revamped LGBT Center mentorship program, helps create an open, cohesive, and inclusive Princeton LGBTQIA community. Through regular formal and informal meetings, structural support, group dialogues, and community building, we will provide an opportunity for all folks within the gender/sexuality kaleidoscope to be “q’nnected” with each other, including undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and staff.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center

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Feb
8
4:00 PM16:00

Joint Open House with the Women*s Center, LGBT Center, and Fields Center

  • Carl A. Fields Center (Class of 1985 Meeting Room 105) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Want a broader view of services and student-life activities available to graduate students on campus? Always been curious about the programming or communities within the Women*s Center, LBGT Center and/or Carl A. Fields Center? Please join us for an informal Open House! While the Centers serve all members of the Princeton community, this is a graduate student focused event. The Center directors will be available to answer any questions you may have, or feel free to just stop by to meet and mingle with fellow graduate students. Light refreshments (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) as well as appetizers from Mamoun’s will be served.

Co-sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, LGBT Center and Women’s Center

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Jan
11
12:00 PM12:00

Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

Our STEM gathering is an opportunity to meet other LGBTQIA members in our various fields. This conversation will be facilitated by professors Lindy McBride (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology & the Princeton Neuroscience Institute) and Sabine Petry (Molecular Biology) in a safe and confidential space. Lunch provided.

Sponsored by the Center for Information Technology Policy and the LGBT Center

 

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Dec
13
12:30 PM12:30

LGBTQIA Oral History Project: Launch Lunch Discussion & Gallery

Join us for an audio gallery show and discussion about the new Princeton LGBTQIA Oral History Project, an initiative in which students interview LGBTQIA alumni to learn about their lives, particularly their experiences being LGBTQIA (out and not out) at Princeton, and their perceptions of the climate for LGBTQIA people at Princeton in different points in time. The summer of 2017 interviewed 73 alums, ranging from class of 1955 to class of 2015. Join us for an engaging discussion and audio gallery show to learn more about the incredible stories collected. Lunch provided.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center, Princeton BTGALA, Princeton Histories Fund, Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies and the University Archives

 

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Dec
12
6:00 PM18:00

Queering the Color Line

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in to  enjoy a free dinner and great conversation.

Sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center

 

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Dec
12
4:00 PM16:00

Graduate Student Coffee Breaks & Queer Graduate Caucus General Meeting

Meet other LGBTQIA graduate students and grab a cup of coffee or tea during our graduate student coffee break. On the second Tuesday of each month, the coffee hour will also serve as the monthly QGC General Meeting.
Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, LGBT Center, and Queer Graduate Caucus

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Dec
8
12:00 PM12:00

Hey Mom, I’m Gay

Is this the first time you will be home and out? Are you thinking about coming out to friends and family over break? Join us for a discussion about coming out or not at home. Everyone is invited to share their experiences, challenges, and celebrations. Lunch provided. Sponsored by the LGBT Center and the LGBTQIA Peer Education Program

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Dec
5
6:00 PM18:00

Q’nnections Monthly Family Dinner

  • Carl A. Fields Center Multipurpose Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Q’nnections, the revived and revamped LGBT Center mentorship program, helps create an open, cohesive, and inclusive Princeton LGBTQIA community. Through regular formal and informal meetings, structural support, group dialogues, and community building, we will provide an opportunity for all folks within the gender/sexuality kaleidoscope to be “q’nnected” with each other, including undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and staff.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center

 

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Dec
5
4:00 PM16:00

Graduate Student Coffee Breaks & Queer Graduate Caucus General Meeting

Meet other LGBTQIA graduate students and grab a cup of coffee or tea during our graduate student coffee break. On the second Tuesday of each month, the coffee hour will also serve as the monthly QGC General Meeting.
Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, LGBT Center, and Queer Graduate Caucus

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Nov
28
6:00 PM18:00

Queering the Color Line

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in to  enjoy a free dinner and great conversation.

 

Sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center

 

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Nov
28
4:00 PM16:00

Graduate Student Coffee Breaks & Queer Graduate Caucus General Meetings

Meet other LGBTQIA graduate students and grab a cup of coffee or tea during our graduate student coffee break. On the second Tuesday of each month, the coffee hour will also serve as the monthly QGC General Meeting.
Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, LGBT Center, and Queer Graduate Caucus

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Nov
15
7:00 PM19:00

Trans Day of Rememberance - Power and Joy

Please join us for our Trans Day of Rememberance event, "Power and Joy," which will begin in Chancellor Green at 7pm. There we will feature a panel with renowed activists Chrystos, a two-spirit self-educated writer and activist, Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi, an African, Cuban, Indigenous, American trans performance artist, author, and teacher, and K. Kenneth Davis, the CEO of The TransCapitalist, a financial literacy organization for the LGBTQIA Communities. Following the panel, there will be a Rest in Power Vigil to celebrate the lives of those lost to violence, with a procession to a reception in the LGBT Center in Frist Campus Center. 

This Trans Day of Rememberance event has a theme of retelling and of recognition. We use this day to celebrate those who have lost their lives to violence, as well as to celebrate activists and trans* people who continue to bring joy and light into our communities. 

Please note that this event is occurring on Wednesday, November 15th (not the national day of Trans Remembrance, November 20th).

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Nov
14
6:00 PM18:00

Queering the Color Line

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in to  enjoy a free dinner and great conversation.

Sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center

 

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Nov
14
4:00 PM16:00

Graduate Student Coffee Breaks & Queer Graduate Caucus General Meeting

Meet other LGBTQIA graduate students and grab a cup of coffee or tea during our graduate student coffee break. On the second Tuesday of each month, the coffee hour will also serve as the monthly QGC General Meeting.
Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, LGBT Center, and Queer Graduate Caucus

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Nov
9
6:00 PM18:00

Q’nnections Monthly Family Dinner

  • Carl A. Fields Center Multipurpose Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Q’nnections, the revived and revamped LGBT Center mentorship program, helps create an open, cohesive, and inclusive Princeton LGBTQIA community. Through regular formal and informal meetings, structural support, group dialogues, and community building, we will provide an opportunity for all folks within the gender/sexuality kaleidoscope to be “q’nnected” with each other

Sponsored by the LGBT Center

 

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Nov
7
4:00 PM16:00

Graduate Student Coffee Breaks & Queer Graduate Caucus General Meetings

Meet other LGBTQIA graduate students and grab a cup of coffee or tea during our graduate student coffee break. On the second Tuesday of each month, the coffee hour will also serve as the monthly QGC General Meeting.
Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, LGBT Center, and Queer Graduate Caucus

 

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Oct
27
2:00 PM14:00

Ally Project: Understanding Trans Experiences

This session will discuss the most common questions that come up when addressing gender identity and gender diversity on campus, including the use of language, what it means to identify as transgender or gender non-conforming, the experiences of transgender students and employees, and resources you can utilize as an ally to create and maintain a safe and welcoming campus. This session will be led by Dr. Van Bailey, the inaugural director of the University of Miami’s LGBTQ Student Center. Register at princeton.edu/training. 
Sponsored by the LGBT Center, LGBT Employee Resource Group, Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity, Office of Human Resource, and Office of the Vice President for Campus Life

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Oct
27
9:00 AM09:00

Ally Project: Supporting LGBT Students, Staff, and Faculty

Designed specifically for staff and faculty, the Ally Project explores ways to better support LGBT students and colleagues and will cover topics, such as: language and terminology, how to support members of the LGBTQIA community, and campus resources. This session will be led by Dr. Van Bailey, Ed.D., the inaugural director of the University of Miami’s LGBTQ Student Center. Register at princeton.edu/training.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center, LGBT Employee Resource Group, Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity, Office of Human Resource, and Office of the Vice President for Campus Life

 

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Oct
27
9:00 AM09:00

Ally Project: Supporting LGBT Students, Staff, and Faculty

Designed specifically for staff and faculty, the Ally Project explores ways to better support LGBT students and colleagues and will cover topics, such as: language and terminology, how to support members of the LGBTQIA community, and campus resources. This session will be led by Dr. Van Bailey, Ed.D., the inaugural director of the University of Miami’s LGBTQ Student Center. Register at princeton.edu/training.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center, LGBT Employee Resource Group, Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity, Office of Human Resource, and Office of the Vice President for Campus Life

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Oct
24
6:00 PM18:00

Queering the Color Line

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in to  enjoy a free dinner and great conversation.

Sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center

 

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Oct
24
4:00 PM16:00

Graduate Student Coffee Breaks & Queer Graduate Caucus General Meetings

Meet other LGBTQIA graduate students and grab a cup of coffee or tea during our graduate student coffee break. On the second Tuesday of each month, the coffee hour will also serve as the monthly QGC General Meeting.
Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, LGBT Center, and Queer Graduate Caucus

 

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Oct
19
6:00 PM18:00

Q’nnections Monthly Family Dinner

  • Carl A. Fields Center Multipurpose Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Q’nnections, the revived and revamped LGBT Center mentorship program, helps create an open, cohesive, and inclusive Princeton LGBTQIA community. Through regular formal and informal meetings, structural support, group dialogues, and community building, we will provide an opportunity for all folks within the gender/sexuality kaleidoscope to be “q’nnected” with each other, including undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and staff.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center

 

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Oct
10
6:00 PM18:00

Queering the Color Line

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in to  enjoy a free dinner and great conversation. Sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center

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Oct
3
4:30 PM16:30

Summer Xia: The Struggle for LGBT Rights in Mainland China: The Voice of a Student Activist

Xia Xu is originally from Yingtan, a small city in Jiangxi province. She is currently a law student at Shanghai International Studies University. Passionate about LGBT causes, she has been working with LGBT non-pro t organizations and leading national campaigns in support of LGBT students’ rights in mainland China since 2014. She served as the President of Rainbow Aliens, the only underground queer student organization in Jiangxi, and co-founded Love and Voice, a LGBT organization in the city of Nanchang, where she went to college. For the past two years, she has been working for the Gays and Lesbians Campus Association of China. She worked on the case, Qiubai v. the Ministry of Education, where the plaintiff was suing the Ministry of Education to change the homophobic language in Chinese textbooks. She continues to be a legal advisor and campaign counselor for students working on the textbook issue.

Co-sponsored by the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, Program in East Asian Studies, the LGBT Center, the University Center for Human Values, the Women’s Center.

 

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Sep
28
7:00 PM19:00

BTGALA LGBTQIA Fall Lecture: Listening is Not a Luxury: Divine Technologies for Intergenerational Knowing

In this lecture Sista Docta Alexis Pauline Gumbs will draw on her experiences of oral history collection in black LGBTQ communities, archival research on black feminist writers and theoretical/poetic oracle making to create an interactive experience for the Princeton community.  If you are interested in forms of engagement that go deeper than critique, forms of clarity that go beyond individual intelligence and modes of listening that offer more than just sounding smart a few minutes later, be there!

Sponsored by Princeton BTGALA with support from the LGBT Center and the Women*s Center

 

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