Posts tagged ‘off-campus’
Join CQA and THOUSANDS of New Yorkers marching for marriage equality on Sunday, September 26th in Manhattan! (We’re a community partner!)
“The rally, march, and community festival is organized by Marriage Equality New York (MENY) to raise awareness about the 1,324 rights denied to same-sex couples and their families because of a lack of marriage equality – rights only bestowed by civil marriage … that cannot be replicated by civil unions or domestic partnerships.”
Follow this link to register: www.meny.us/march (and register with the Columbia Queer Alliance!)
*IMPORTANT* (How to register after the jump!)
Oh mah gawsh, where does the time go? After 2.5 weeks in Fort Gaudy-dale, I am now waiting in the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport for my flight to Hong Kong, where I will be for the rest of the summer. But first, let me summarize my past two weeks in SoFlo. After enjoying many gay-ventures after my first night, I have no idea where to begin… (more…)
This post inaugurates a series that CQA is calling “Gay ____,” an exploration of CQA members’ gay summer experiences outside of the gates of 116th and Broadway. If you’re interested in blogging with CQA, please email CQA president Sean Manning Udell (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll set you up on the blog!
Greetings from Fort Lauderdale, FL! Though I am off to Hong Kong in just three days (get excited for my experiences in Gaysia!), I have had two-and-a-half weeks of downtime in my South Floridian hometown. Life couldn’t be more fabulous. Admittedly, most of my time has been consumed by extensive and unremarkable hours laying out in the sun, reading for fun (*gasp!*), and eating fresh fish done every kind of way — the oil hasn’t made its way into the Gulf Stream, yet. Never-the-less, I’ve managed to enjoy several experiences in Fort Liquor-dale’s gay scene. Continue reading for an account of my first night back in Lawdy… (more…)