As we spoke about before, there are tons of clubs and programs on-campus dedicated to LGBTQ students. While absolutely fantastic, at times it can be a bit overwhelming. A great first place to look while trying to figure out the LGBTQ scene on-campus is Barnard’s new LGBTQ website which has information about just about every LGBTQ club and a few programs and hot-spots. Although it’s a pretty comprehensive website already, here’s a few extra’s we might add:
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No one is more excited about the incoming class than us, and we want to make sure that amid your moving in bonanza and textbook buying you get a chance to meet some of the LGBTQ groups here at Columbia.
Get a head’s start with a delicious LGBT Breakfast on Thursday, September 3. From 8:00-9:00 am in Sulzberger Hall (3rd floor Barnard Hall).
Get to meet the dedicated (and sexy) members of CQA on Sunday, September 6 from 1:30 to 2:30 at E569 Lerner Hall.
Watch as we one-up everyone with our fabulousness! Learn more about our upcoming events and becoming a member at the school-wide Activities Fair, Thursday, September 10th at College Walk and the steps.
Questions on getting involved, our club, or even how to work those pesky washing machines? Send us an email! There is nothing we like more than attention.
Good news!–Columbia University boasts way more LGBT stuff (most likely!) than your highschool. In fact, if you’re like a number of students, you can’t wait to escape home to head to a big gay city. Especially at Columbia, there are a thousand-and-one activities and clubs with which you can get involved and we hope you’re considering CQA as one of them. There are a number of LGBTQ clubs (more about that later) on-campus but hopefully I can shed some light on what exactly it is that makes the Columbia Queer Alliance special to myself and other members of the community.