That’s right folks! We have a huge event tomorrow and we don’t want you to miss out on all of the fun! Amy André will be speaking TOMORROW, Wednesday, January 25th at 7pm in Miller 1101. Don’t miss it!
“Because most people who identify as bisexual are women, and because bisexual people have poorer health and higher rates of domestic violence victimization than people of other sexual orientations, Amy Andre sees bisexual health and biphobia as women’s issues – and feminist imperatives. A bisexual biracial African American Jew, Andre explores the intersections and margins of race, gender, and sexuality, in her work as an author and public speaker.”
Student Org night is coming up soon and we’ll be there! It’s this Thursday in Festival from 8-11pm. We are looking for more volunteers to help us manage the LGBTQAI resource library! We are always looking for people to help on new projects and committees.
Come check out the library for yourself in Montpelier Hall, Room 560. (You can’t miss us, we’re the one’s with the big rainbow flag)!
If you are interested in volunteering, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
To all of our volunteers and supporters of the LGBT & Ally Education Program, we will be hosting an art contest! We have almost fully moved into our new space and our walls are bare! We would love to have some art work in here from the community that represents the diversity of our community.
We have a variety of different sized spaces in our office and are looking for 3-4 different designs that enliven the space and showcase the differences within the LGBTQAIA community.
More guidelines for the contest to follow shortly!
We are writing to let you know that we have moved to Montpelier Hall room 560. We aren’t officially open until January 9th. If we don’t see you until then, we hope you have a great winter break!