Join students and alumni from Barnard, the College, and Engineering. All are welcome to this popular Reunion event for members of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning alumni community.
WHEN: Saturday, June 4, 2016, 4:30PM to 5:30PM
WHERE: Barnard Campus Diana Center, Green Roof, 6th fl.
COST: $25 (free for current students)
RSVP: Requested – please email firstname.lastname@example.org or use http://goo.gl/forms/H824LTIu3d
Join Columbia Pride, as well as Yale GALA, FFR/Princeton BTGALA, HGSC (Harvard), CUGALA (Cornell), DGALA (Dartmouth), Stanford Pride, Brown TBGALA and Mount Holyoke Lyon’s Pride to meet 100s of smart women at the 8th Annual Yale Club LBT Women’s Mixer. Catch up with old friends at meet new ones at this elegant women’s event.
RSVPs are now open: http://goo.gl/sJKJop RSVP here (for FREE) to add your name to the guest list.
We will be in the Grand Ballroom (floor 20), the largest room at the Club, with beautiful neoclassical architecture, an ornate, decorative ceiling and nice city views.
Last year over 400 women RSVPed and 300 women attended.
When: Friday, April 15, 6:30 – 9:30 PM.
Where: The Yale Club of NYC, 50 Vanderbilt Ave (acfoss from Grand Central Station)
Cost: $40 cash at the door ($20 students, any school, with valid student ID). Includes 3 hours open bar and ample food.
RSVP: Required if you are not a Yale Club member: http://goo.gl/sJKJop
RSVPs close Midnight Thursday 4-14.
Enjoy an open bar (beer, wine, soda & juice) – and a bounteous buffet of hors d’oeuvres (hot and cold, including a 3’ tall chocolate fondue fountain, fruit, vegetables, cheese, dessert, meats and more) while you mingle. We invite women from Columbia, the Ivy League, Seven Sisters, Stanford, NYU, Duke, UVA, Georgetown , Williams, Amherst, UCLA, University of Chicago, William and Mary and their smart friends from any school for this spectacular evening! Everyone is welcome.
Please note the Yale Club’s Dress Code is business casual or better. Please no jeans, sneakers, t-shirts or shorts. Dress fabulously and you will have a great time at the Club!
More info: http://www.yalegala.org/article.html?aid=346
RSVP link: http://goo.gl/sJKJop
Ain’t no party like a Colette and Olivia party ’cause a Colette and Olivia party always ends in the spilling of some body fluid. Usually tears. Sometimes blood. Once amniotic fluid.
The ladies of ITWAN are returning to Stonewall with pong balls and chasers in order to break down PARTIES of all varieties – from playing Truth or Dare in your middle school best friend’s basement to playing Stay And Make A Bad Decision or Leave And Eat A Dollar Slice in your mind while standing in the corner of your office holiday party.
In “I Think We’re Alone Now,” a new variety show if variety shows were more like that one 8th grade sleepover where you chugged someone’s dad’s Miller Lites and learned how to give a hickey from your friend Lauren, hosts Colette McIntyre and Olivia Levine work through their issues, engaging in the type of #realtalk and secret-swapping that one normally saves for their LiveJournal or therapist. With the help of special guests, games, Google, alcohol, and not their college degrees, Colette and Olivia explore a new theme each month and try to make comedy out of their many tragedies. Audience members are invited to pass judgment (and sometimes jump onstage) as the ladies of ITWAN try to prove that they’re not alone in thinking that a person’s character is revealed in their porn search terms, vegans are terrifying, and that Baby was the worst Spice Girl.
Join Columbia Pride and QSAPP, Queer Student of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, for a panel discussion about the preservation of Stonewall As A New York City and National Landmark.
The panel will feature Andrew S. Dolkart, Ken Lustbader, Jay Shockley, Amanda Davis.
The New York City LBGT Historic Sites Survey has been established by three Historic Preservation Program alums, with a fourth graduate serving as director. This is the first effort to identify and interpret sites within the five boroughs associated with LGBT historical events and people. The founders have a long involvement in interpreting LGBT sites, including the completion of the National Register and National Historic Landmarks nominations for Stonewall.
Join us at Boxers HK (742 Ninth Avenue at 50th) for a friendly and engaging social to meet LGBTQ alumni and allies from Columbia and Cornell! We’ll have fun ice breakers and prizes to help facilitate. This will be a fun event for all that shouldn’t be missed!
Drink specials: 2 for 1 until 9pm. If you have friends who are interested in meeting some Columbia and Cornell alumni, you can bring them along as well!
Join us in Harlem for another special LGBT alumni mixer at the beautiful Sexy Taco (formerly La Bodega 47 Social Club)! Our past events here were tremendous successes! With a nod to San Francisco street food, we have a nice reincarnation of La Bodega with more room to move around and socialize! We hope to have drink specials, so check back!
Mar 3, 2016: SKIN, co-sponsored by Columbia Pride, Red Fern & Good Dog/Bad Dog to Benefit The Fund for a Safer Columbia
To reserve seats, email: email@example.com
a frank and funny solo collage on sex, danger, Virginia Woolf,
and the transformative power of art
Two things threaten Marais’ dissertation on Virginia Woolf: her hot new girlfriend and her own dark past. Confronted by echoes of sexual trauma in Woolf’s work, Marais races to write her own way into a happier future. She’d give body and soul to claim a love greater than any she’s known before. But after you learn to guard against life, can you open again? Trigger warning: brief descriptions of sexual violence.
Text and songs by Hope Singsen
Arranged by Dillon Kondor & Bob Parins
Andrew Miramonti on guitar
Directed by Jessi D. Hill
A workshop performance
Thursday March 3 @ 7:30 PM
Run time 75 minutes
Talkback & reception to follow
The Theater at the 14th St Y
344 E. 14th Street, by 1st Ave
Sign in at desk, theater on 2nd floor
$15 suggested donation to benefit Fund for a Safer Columbia
(Student suggested donation: $10)
The Fund for a Safer Columbia raises money and provides financial support for initiatives to prevent violence, support survivors, and make meaningful changes in the Columbia University community. We grant funds to students and student groups to support their projects. We accept applications for projects that work on preventing violence, supporting survivors, educating the public, or working towards meaningful policy and cultural changes. Currently, there is substantial interest in developing community-specific consent education programs and bystander intervention training, as well as online educational tools. We consider any project that aims to make Columbia’s campus more supportive of survivors and creates a safer environment for all.