Hi CQA Fans,
Intercultural Resource Center on W. 114th Street
Here are the details on our first meeting! Everyone is welcome to attend. You’ll get to meet this year’s board, as well as
learn about the dozens of opportunities to get involved and start your own LGBTQA initiatives within CQA.
Where: The Intercultural Resource Center (IRC), floor 2 conference room
Address: 552 W. 114th Street (across from Lerner Hall)
When: 2pm on Sunday, September 12
Please email CQA president Sean Manning Udell (email@example.com) with any questions that you might have about the meeting.
And First Friday is TONIGHT!
Interested in the LGBTQ Retreat but want to know more? Already applied but want to see who else might be going too? Went last year and want to share your experience of the trip?
Then come to one of our LGBTQ and Ally Retreat info sessions today or next week.
OUR MISSION: To empower the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and allied communities by bringing together diverse individuals from across the Columbia-Barnard campus for leadership development, skills sharing, awareness-raising, and community building.
INFORMATION SESSIONS: Attend one of our information sessions! We will be at COLUMBIA on Tues 10/20 @ 1pm in the Intercultural Resource Center; we will be at BARNARD on Mon 10/26 @ 1pm in 323 Milbank.
DEADLINE: Please apply by Fri 10/30 by 5pm to be considered for the retreat.
Please direct questions to Lea at firstname.lastname@example.org or Joyce at email@example.com
Sponsored by The Office of Multicultural Affairs, Diversity Initiatives, and College Activities.
APPLY: By going to http://tinyurl.com/lgbtretreat09
The LGBTQ and Ally Community forum has been postponed until later on! Check out the blurb below for updated information on what should be a pretty fun event:
Friday, October 16th 2009
The John Jay Lounge
519 W. 114th Street
Are you a member of the LGBTQ and Ally Community at Columbia or Barnard?
Are you interested in having a conversation about what community means to you and how to find it? Do you want to discuss intersections of identity within the community and what it means to be an ally to each other? If so, join us for this upcoming community forum event brought to you by CU SpeakOUT!
For more information please contact Lea Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org & RSVP Online
Sponsored by CC/SEAS Office of Multicultural Affairs and Barnard College