Events


Below is The LGBT Center Calendar for the Spring 2012 Semester. To find out about our upcoming events via email, sign up on our LGBT Announcement List.

 

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February

 

Moving Politics: Emotion and ACT UP's Fight Against AIDS
A Talk by Deborah Gould
Monday, February 6, 4:30p.m.
Robertson Hall, Bowl 1

Drawing from extensive research on the emergence, development, and decline of the direct action AIDS movement, ACT UP, this talk explores the emotional dimensions of contentious politics, especially the affective stimuli and blockages to political activism.
Sponsored by the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies

 


Queering the Color Line
Wednesday, February 8, 6-7:30p.m.
Women's Center Conference Room, Frist 243

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBT students, staff, and faculty of color to meet and hang out. Drop in and have dinner, which will be provided.
Sponsored by Fields Center, Frist Campus Center, LGBT Center, and Women's Center

 


Shabbat Dinner with Rabbi Isabel de Koninck
Friday, February 10, 6:30p.m.
Center for Jewish Life, Private Dining Room

Join LGBTQ*J for Shabbat dinner with Rabbi Isabel de Koninck. She will speak about her experiences as an out Rabbi, discussion to follow. Space is limited; please RSVP to Miriam Geronimus at mgeronim@princeton.edu. All students are welcome to also join us afterward for desserts and schmoozing with Rabbi Isabel. This event kick-starts LGBTQ*J's weekly Shabbat onegs. Join us for dessert every week after Shabbat dinner.
Sponsored by Center for Jewish Life, LGBT Center, and LGBTQ*J

 

Cupid, What If It's Not OK?: LGBT Dating @ Princeton
Wednesday, February 15, Noon-1:30p.m.
Women's Center Conference Room, Frist 243

Whether you've come out or are in the process of doing so, it seems like one of the perks ought to be easier access to a pool of like-minded potential romantic interests. But where are they hiding? And what do you do when you find them? Join other students for a discussion of the trials and tribulations (and the joys!) of dating, sex, and relationships in the LGBT community. Lunch will be provided.
Sponsored by the LGBT Center

 

"OUT ON THE TOWN" HAPPY HOUR
Thursday, February 16, 5:30-7:30p.m.
The Tap Room at The Nassau Inn (10 Palmer Square)

This is an opportunity for graduate students, local alumni, faculty, and staff to socialize in a decidedly non-academic setting. Light appetizers will be provided.
Sponsored by the Queer Graduate Caucus, the Fund for Reunion / Princeton BTGALA, & the Graduate Student Government Events Board

 

QUEERING THE AIR: A FORUM ON ADDRESSING HETERONORMATIVITY IN THE CLASSROOM
Tuesday, February 21, 4:30p.m.
Frist Campus Center, Room 302

From foreign language courses to science labs, there are moments in academia where the experiences of LGBTQ folk are marginalized and/or rendered invisible. This event is a public forum to discuss experiences of heteronormativity in the classroom and begin to brainstorm ways to address it on Princeton's campus. Student and faculty panelists will speak to the issue of heteronormative pedagogy from their own perspectives as a way to kick off the general conversation.
Sponsored by the LGBT Center, LGBT Task Force, Pride Alliance, and Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies

 

IN TREATMENT: PSYCHIATRY AND THE ARCHIVE OF MODERN SEXUALITY A TALK BY REGINA KUNZEL
Thursday, February 23, 4:30p.m.
211 Dickinson Hall

Part of a larger book project on the role of psychiatric scrutiny and stigma in the making of modern sexuality, this talk focuses on the archive of St. Elizabeth's Hospital, the federal hospital for the mentally ill in Washington, DC. It explore the encounters of sexual- and gender-variant people with psychiatry and psychoanalysis in mid-twentieth-century America, and it considers the status of those records as an archive its logics, its silences, the longings it elicits to reflect on its challenges to queer history.
Sponsored by the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies

 

PRIDE DINNER
Monday, February 27, 6-7:30p.m.
Pyne Tower Suite, Graduate College

LGBT community and allies, please join us for good food and good conversation. Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP to Olivia at omartel@princeton.edu.
Sponsored by the Graduate School and LGBT Center

 

DROP-IN HOURS FOR THE LGBT COMMUNITY
Tuesday, February 28, 3-4p.m.
McCosh Health Center, Room 118

Drop in the fourth Tuesday every other month to discuss sexual health topics, such as sexuality, STIs, HIV, pelvic exams, etc. in a confidential LGBT-friendly environment. Ask for Olga Hernandez.
Sponsored by University Health Services

 

THE RIGHT TO LOVE
Tuesday, February 28, 8p.m.
Carl. A Fields Center (58 Prospect Ave.)

In honor of Black History Month and Valentine's Day, join us for this timely discussion.
Sponsored by the Black Men's Awareness Group, Black Student Union, Fields Center, LGBT Center, LGBT Peer Education Program, and Princeton Association of Black Women

 

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March


QUEERING THE COLOR LINE
Wednesday, March 14, 6-7:30p.m.
Women's Center Conference Room, Frist 243

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBT students, staff, and faculty of color to meet and hang out. Drop in and have dinner, which will be provided.
Sponsored by Fields Center, Frist Campus Center, LGBT Center, and Women's Center

 

ALLY PROJECT: SUPPORTING LGBT STUDENTS, STAFF, AND FACULTY
Thursday, March 15, 9:30a.m.-Noon
Frist Campus Center, Multi Purpose Room C

This annual workshop covers a wide range of topics including language, support services, and resources. Designed specifically for staff and faculty, the Ally Project explores ways to better support lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) students and colleagues. This year's Ally Project will be led by Monroe France, Director of the LGBTQ Student Center at New York University. Register at www.princeton.edu/training.
Sponsored by the LGBT Employee Resource Group, LGBT Task Force, Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity, Office of Human Resources, and Office of the Vice President for Campus Life

 

ALLY PROJECT: UNDERSTANDING INSTITUTIONAL OPPRESSION AND DISMANTLING HETEROSEXISM
Thursday, March 15, 2-4:30p.m.
Frist Campus Center, Multi Purpose Room C

This session is a follow-up to "Supporting LGBT Students, Staff, and Faculty" and is an interactive training module that will define concepts and offer concrete examples of heterosexism that continue to limit us in all facets of our lives, including the workplace. Participants will identify how it manifests on individual, cultural, and institutional levels and have an opportunity to develop concrete tools and strategies for diminishing heterosexism here at Princeton. At the end of this session, participants will also walk away with an action plan for addressing heteronomative practices in their day-to-day lives. Faculty, staff, and students can register at www.princeton.edu/training.
Sponsored by the LGBT Employee Resource Group, LGBT Task Force, Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity, Office of Human Resources, and Office of the Vice President for Campus Life

 

WHAT DOES PASSOVER HAVE TO DO WITH BEING QUEER?
Tuesday, March 27, Noon
Center for Jewish Life, Small Dining Room

In preparation for Passover, come learn with Rabbi Julie. Using Jewish texts, we will more deeply explore the connections between Judaism, Passover, and being queer. You need not come to the lunch-and-learns to come to the Seder or vice versa, but this events is complimentary with an April 3 lunch. All are welcome. Free for upperclassmen and graduate students without meal plans.
Sponsored by LGBTQ*J and Center for Jewish Life

 

DROP-IN HOURS FOR THE LGBT COMMUNITY
Tuesday, March 27, 3 - 4 p.m.
McCosh Health Center, Room 118

Drop in the fourth Tuesday every other month to discuss sexual health topics, such as sexuality, STIs, HIV, pelvic exams, etc. in a confidential LGBT-friendly environment. Ask for Olga Hernandez.
Sponsored by University Health Services

 

"OUT ON THE TOWN" HAPPY HOUR
Thursday, March 29, 5:30-7:30p.m.
The Tap Room at The Nassau Inn (10 Palmer Square)

This is an opportunity for graduate students, local alumni, faculty, and staff to socialize in a decidedly non-academic setting. Light appetizers will be provided; no cover - cash bar with drink specials.
Sponsored by the Queer Graduate Caucus, the Fund for Reunion / Princeton BTGALA, & the Graduate College

 

LBT Women's All-Ivy Mixer
Friday, March 30, 6:30-9:30p.m.
Yale Club of NYC, 50 Vanderbilt (across from Grand Central Station), 3rd Floor Tap Room

Please come to an elegant, fun and friendly women's mixer at the Yale Club of NYC. Catch up with old friends at meet new ones. Last year 230 women attended. Enjoy an open bar (beer, wine, soda & juice) and a bounteous buffet of hors d'oeuvres (including a 3' tall chocolate fondue fountain) while you mingle.
Cost: $20 student rate (bring ID, any school). $40 regular rate; Cash only, at the door
Requested: http://www.yalegala.org/Events/2012/YaleClubWomensMixer.html
Sponsored by the FFR/Princeton BTGALA, HGLC (Harvard), DGALA (Dartmouth), Brown TBGALA, PEnnGALA, CUGALA (Cornell), Amherst LGBTQ Affinity Network,Yale Alumni Association of NY, and Yale GALA.

 

PRINCETON CARES: A BROADWAY CARES/EQUITY FIGHTS AIDS BENEFIT CONCERT
March 30 and 31, 11p.m.
Theatre Intime (Hamilton Murray Theatre)

Join the Princeton University Players for this cabaret-style benefit concert, featuring Princeton students and special guests. All proceeds will go to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. For more information and tickets visit University Ticketing or www.princeton.edu/~pup/.
Sponsored by the Princeton University Players

 

PRIDE WEEK 2011: The "P" Word
March 31 April 7

Contact the Pride Alliance for a complete listing of events, or visit the Pride Week Facebook Page.

 

LIFE AFTER PRINCETON: CAREERS BRUNCH WITH LGBT ALUMNI
Saturday, March 31, Noon
Campus Club (5 Prospect Ave.)

Princeton undergraduate and graduate alumni will discuss what it is like to be out in the workplace as well as their individual career paths. Through roundtable discussions, students can speak in depth with alumni from varied career fields. Brunch will be provided. Please RSVP to lgbt@princeton.edu.
Panelists Include:
Sam Chandan *03, President and Chief Economist of Chandan Economics and
   adjust professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
Alan Flippen '84, Associate Managing Editor at The New York Times
Amy Rose '00, Resident at New York University Langone Medical Center
Perris Straughter *07, Senior Planner, Newark's Department of Economic & Housing Development
Sponsored by Career Services and the LGBT Center

 

SEX POSITIVITIY 101
Saturday, March 31, 9:30p.m.
Murray-Dodge Cafe

Sex Positivity 101 is a guided mapping of your own desires and experiences. It will provide a safe space for people to reflect on their individual sexual journeys, their satisfactions or disappointments, and what they might hope for in the future. Feel free to stop by for any portion of it.
Sponsored by the Pride Alliance

 

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April

 

PRIDE SUNDAY
Sunday, April 1, 6p.m.
University Chapel

This ecumenical service to honor the LGBTA community will be a wonderful opportunity to gather people from across religious traditions to engage an aspect of LGBTA lived experience which is arguably under-recognized, that of its intersections with spirituality and/or religion. The service will be followed by a dinner in the Chapel Crypt.
Sponsored by the Office of Religious Life, Pride Alliance, Princeton Equality Project

 

HUG-IN
Monday, April 2, 2-3:30p.m.
Frist South Lawn

Come get your picture taken with cool effects while hugging someone to show your support for all kinds of love! A live photostream will be online at http://instagrid.me/pupride/ as the event goes on for you to collect your picture. Hugs are hugs and love is love.
Sponsored by the Pride Alliance

 

FUND FOR REUNION LGBTQ SPRING LECTURE
QUEERING THE AIR: A NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE ON HETERONORMATIVITY IN ACADEMIA
Monday, April 2, 4:30p.m.
Robertson Hall, Bowl 1

A panel of national experts will speak about inclusive and rigorous college and university pedagogy that moves beyond heteronormativity to integrate LGBTQ people throughout academic disciplines.
Sponsored by the Fund for Reunion/Princeton BTGALA and cosponsored by the LGBT Center, LGBT Task Force, Pride Alliance, and Gender and Sexuality Studies Program

 

SPEED ACTIVISM FAIR & STUDY BREAK
Monday, April 2, 8-10p.m.
Frist Campus Center, Room 302

Advocate for equality and learn how to get involved with LGBT activism. There will be cupcakes!Sponsored by the Princeton Equality Project

 

WHAT DOES PASSOVER HAVE TO DO WITH BEING QUEER?
Tuesday, April 3, Noon
Center for Jewish Life, Small Dining Room

In preparation for Passover, come learn with Rabbi Julie. Using Jewish texts, we will more deeply explore the connections between Judaism, Passover, and being queer. You need not come to the lunch-and-learns to come to the Seder or vice versa, but this events is complimentary with an March 27 lunch. All are welcome. Free for upperclassmen and graduate students without meal plans.
Sponsored by LGBTQ*J and Center for Jewish Life

 

SCREENING OF (A)SEXUAL: THE MAKING OF A MOVEMENT AND A TALKBACK WITH DAVID JAY
Tuesday, April 3, 7:30p.m. (updated time)
McCormick Hall, Room 106

(A)sexual follows the growth of a community that experiences no sexual attraction. In 2000, David Jay came out to his parents. He was asexual and was fine with it. And he was not alone. Studies show that 1% of the population is asexual. But in a society obsessed with sex, how do you deal with life as an outsider? Combining intimate interviews, verite footage, and animation with fearless humor and pop culture imagery, David and our four other characters grapple with this universal question and the outcomes might surprise you.
Sponsored by the Pride Alliance

 

POLY SOCIAL
Wednesday, April 4, 8:30p.m.
Campus Club, TapRoom Cafe

Interested in or curious about open relationships and polyamory? Come meet other like-minded friends and learn about non-monogamy in a safe, welcoming, and respectful environment. Free milkshakes.
Sponsored by the Pride Alliance

 

BIG QUEER MOVIE NIGHT
Thursday, April 5, 11:45p.m. (time changed)
Garden Theater
This week's USG movie at the Garden Theater is "Pariah", a 2011 film about a black lesbian teenager embracing her identity. Come watch this critically acclaimed film with all your friends from Pride Alliance.
Sponsored by the Pride Alliance

 

DINNER DEBRIEF WITH THE BREAKOUT TRIP ON LGBT HOMELESSNESS IN LOS ANGELES
Friday, April 6, 6-7:30p.m.
Whitman Octagonal Private Dining Room

Listen and discuss as members of the breakout trip reflect on their experiences.
Sponsored by the Pride Alliance

 

QUEER SEDER
Friday, April 6, 8p.m.
Center for Jewish Life

Join LGBTQ*J for the CJL's first ever Queer Seder! The story traditionally told during the seder is about the Israelites' exodus from slavery in Egypt. The Queer Seder provides an opportunity to examine the issues of oppression and liberation from an LGBTQ perspective. Free for upperclassmen and graduate students without a meal plan if you pre-register. Please RSVP by Wednesday, April 4, at www.princeton.edu/hillel.
Sponsored by Center for Jewish Life, LGBT Center, LGBTQ*J, and Sustained Dialogue

 

CUDDLE PARTY
Friday, April 6, 9p.m.
Terrace Club

Sponsored by the Pride Alliance

 

A WALKING TOUR OF LGBT NYC
Saturday, April 7, 9:45a.m.
Meet at the Dinky Station
Take a walking tour of LGBT NYC! Train leaves at 10a.m.
Sponsored by the Pride Alliance

 

LGBT FAITH PROJECT - DINNER AND DISCUSSION
Sunday, April 8, 6-7:30pm
Wilson Private Dining Room

This dinner is a space for LGBTQ and straight students from various faith (or non-religious) communities to come together and talk about their experience on campus and discuss PEP's upcoming blog geared at providing a resource for LGBTQ students seeking religious communities on campus. Vegetarian options will be provided. This event is open to undergraduate, graduate and seminary students.
Sponsored by Princeton Equality Project

 

GROWING A MOVEMENT: NATIONAL LGBT ACTIVISM
A LUNCH WITH SHERRY WOLF
Monday, April 9, Noon-1:30p.m.
Rainbow Lounge (Frist Campus Center, Room 247)

On October 11, 2009, the National Equality March gathered 250,000 people in Washington, D.C. to call for equal protection for LGBT people in all matters governed by civil law in the United States. The impact of this effort was shown one year later when Don't Ask, Don't Tell was repealed. Sherry Wolf served on the Executive Committee of the march, and she will speak about her experiences as a national organizer for LGBT rights and other social and economic justice efforts. Lunch will be provided.
Sponsored by LGBT Center, Pace Center, and Princeton Equality Project

 

QUEERING THE COLOR LINE
Wednesday, April 11, 6-7:30p.m.
Carl A. Fields Center (58 Prospect Ave.)

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBT students, staff, and faculty of color to meet and hang out. Drop in and have dinner, which will be provided.
Sponsored by Fields Center, Frist Campus Center, LGBT Center, and Women's Center

 

WHAT THE RABBIS THINK: A PANEL DISCUSSION ON JUDAISM AND HOMOSEXUALITY
Wednesday, April 11, 9p.m.
Center for Jewish Life, Wilf Hall

Come to a panel discussion with Reform Rabbi Sara Rich, Conservative Rabbi Julie Roth, Orthodox Rabbi David Wolkenfeld and Chabad Rabbi Eitan Webb. Q&A and free food to follow. All are welcome.
Sponsored by the Center for Jewish Life, LGBT Center, and LGBTQ*J

 

TAKE BACK THE NIGHT
Friday, April 13, 7-9p.m.
Butler College Amphitheater

On this night we celebrate, honor and support our campus community members who have survived sexual and intimate partner violence. River Huston, an award winning poet, journalist, performer and activist, will be our keynote speaker. Other survivors and co-survivors are encouraged to break the silence around their own victimization experiences. As a community we will demonstrate our willingness to embrace the survivors amongst us, while striving to promote a safer campus culture to reduce the number of future victims. We will have musicians, speakers, giveaways and light refreshments.
Sponsored by SHARE with co-sponsorship from the Anthropology Department, Frist Campus Center, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, Graduate Student Events Board, LGBT Center, LGBT Peer Education Program, and Women's Center

 

TEA & TALK: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON LGBT LIFE
Wednesday, April 18, 12:30-1:30p.m.
Carl A. Fiels Center, Class of 1985 Room (58 Prospect Ave.)

Join this lunchtime conversation, where current students will talk about their experiences with LGBT life & human rights activism around the world. Lunch will be provided.
Sponsored by the Davis International Center

 

PRINCETON PREVIEW: LGBT CENTER OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, April 19, 1-3p.m.
LGBT Center (Frist Campus Center, Room 246)

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Center welcomes students and families to drop by, pick up resources, and talk with current students and LGBT Center staff about what LGBT life is like on campus.
Sponsored by the LGBT Center

 

PRINCETON PREVIEW: ACTIVISM OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, April 19, 8-9p.m.
Whig-Clio

Organized by the Princeton Equality Project, 15 student activist groups will come together so that prospective students learn what activism is like at Princeton.
Sponsored by the Princeton Equality Project

 

PRINCETON PREVIEW: ICE CREAM SOCIAL
Thursday, April 19, 10p.m.-12a.m.
Rainbow Lounge (Frist Campus Center, Room 247)

Come chat with admitted students over a fun night at the Rainbow Lounge with ice cream! All students are encouraged to come: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, as well as straight allies.
Sponsored by the Pride Alliance

 

PRINCETON PREVIEW: QUEER LIFE AT PRINCETON
Friday, April 20, Noon-1:30p.m.
Rainbow Lounge (Frist Campus Center, Room 247)

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning members from the class of 2015 invite you to join their weekly lunch to talk and hang out in a confidential setting.
Sponsored by the LGBT Center

 

PRINCETON PREVIEW: T-SHIRT TIE-DYING NIGHT
Friday, April 20, 10p.m.-12:30a.m.
Murray-Dodge Hall Cafe

Tie-dye your own shirt at an awesome cafe that has free tea and cookies every night! All students are encouraged to come: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and straight allies.
Sponsored by the Murray-Dodge Cafe and Pride Alliance

 

A CONVERSATION WITH GAUTAM RAGHAVAN: LGBT LIASON AT THE WHITE HOUSE
Monday, April 23, 4:30p.m.
Robertson Hall, Bowl 1

Associate Director of Public Engagement and LGBT Liaison at the White House, Gautam Raghavan will speak about his current work as well as past work increasing the visibility and participation of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in politics.
Sponsored by the College Democrats, Gender Policy Network, LGBT Center, Queer Desi Tigers, Queer Graduate Caucus, Princeton Equality Project, South Asian Student Organization, and Woodrow Wilson Action Committee

 

ALAN TURING: AN ATLANTIC PERSPECTIVE
Monday, April 23, 8p.m.
McCosh 50

This Louis Clark Vanuxem Lecture is given by Andrew Hodges, Fellow in Mathematics, Wadham College, Oxford University. Hodges is the author of Alan Turing: The Enigma (1983). This event funded by is in conjunction with the Turing Centennial Celebration beginning in May.
Sponsored by the Public Lecture Series

 

DROP-IN HOURS FOR THE LGBT COMMUNITY
Tuesday, April 24, 3-4 p.m.
McCosh Health Center, Room 118

Drop in the fourth Tuesday every other month to discuss sexual health topics, such as sexuality, STIs, HIV, pelvic exams, etc. in a confidential LGBT-friendly environment. Ask for Olga Hernandez.
Sponsored by University Health Services

 

PRINCETON PREVIEW: LGBT CENTER OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, April 26, 1-3p.m.
LGBT Center (Frist Campus Center, Room 246)

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Center welcomes students and families to drop by, pick up resources, and talk with current students and LGBT Center staff about what LGBT life is like on campus.
Sponsored by the LGBT Center

 

PRINCETON PREVIEW: ACTIVISM OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, April 26, 8-9p.m.
Whig-Clio

Organized by the Princeton Equality Project, 15 student activist groups will come together so that prospective students learn what activism is like at Princeton.
Sponsored by the Princeton Equality Project

 

PRINCETON PREVIEW: ICE CREAM SOCIAL
Thursday, April 26, 10p.m.-12a.m.
Rainbow Lounge (Frist Campus Center, Room 247)

Come chat with admitted students over a fun night at the Rainbow Lounge with ice cream! All students are encouraged to come: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, as well as straight allies.
Sponsored by the Pride Alliance

 

PRINCETON PREVIEW: QUEER LIFE AT PRINCETON
Friday, April 27, Noon-1:30p.m.
Rainbow Lounge (Frist Campus Center, Room 247)

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning members from the class of 2015 invite you to join their weekly lunch to talk and hang out in a confidential setting.
Sponsored by the LGBT Center

 

SHABBAT IN NYC
Friday, April 27

Want to know what Shabbat services are like at a gay synagogue? Congregation Beit Simchat Torah (CBST), located in Manhattan, is the world's largest LGBT Synagogue. We will attend services Friday night, followed by dinner at Rabbi Sara Rich's apartment. Space is limited to the first 10 students. To RSVP, please email Miriam Geronomis (mgeronim@princeton.edu) by Friday April 20.
Sponsored by the LGBTQ*J

 

PRINCETON PREVIEW: CUPCAKE DECORATING
Friday, April 27, 10p.m.-12:30a.m.
Murray-Dodge Hall Cafe

Decorate your own cupcakes at an awesome cafe that has free tea and cookies every night! All students are encouraged to come: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and straight allies.
Sponsored by the Murray-Dodge Cafe and Pride Alliance

 

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May

 

DECODING ALAN TURING - A SCREENING AND DISCUSSION
Wednesday, May 2, 4:30p.m.
Friend Center, Convocation Room

Alan Turing was a brilliant mathematician, logician and cryptographer. A Cambridge and Princeton graduate who was fundamental to cracking the Nazi's Enigma Code during WWII, Turing laid the foundation for the field of computer science. He was also gay. And he fell victim to the intolerance and legal prosecution of his time in the UK, which led to his death soon after. Join us for a screening of the short film about his life followed by a discussion. Refreshments will be provided.
Sponsored by the Computer Science Department, LGBT Center, and Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies as a part of the Turing Centennial Celebration

 

QUEERING THE COLOR LINE
Wednesday, May 9, 6-7:30p.m.
Women's Center Conference Room (Frist Campus Center, Room 243)

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBT students, staff, and faculty of color to meet and hang out. Drop in and have dinner, which will be provided.
Sponsored by Fields Center, Frist Campus Center, LGBT Center, and Women's Center

 

LAVENDER GRADUATION
Saturday, May 12, 2-4p.m.
Prospect House, Garden Room

This ceremony will recognize the hard work and leadership of those in our community, and honor those who are graduating. If you are a graduating student who would like to participate, please contact The LGBT Center at lgbt@princeton.edu.
Sponsored by the Fund for Reunion and LGBT Center

 

Reoccurring Events

 

Queering the Color Line Family Dinner
The Second Wednesday of the Month, 6 - 7:30 p.m.
This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBT students, staff, and faculty of color to meet and hang out. Drop in and have dinner, which will be provided.
Sponsored by Fields Center, Frist Campus Center, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center

 

Drop-in Hours for the LGBT Community
Fourth Tuesday of the Month, 3 – 4 p.m.
McCosh Health Center, Room 118
Drop in to discuss sexual health (i.e. HIV, sexuality, STIs, pelvic exams) in a confidential LGBT-friendly environment. Ask for Olga Hernandez.
Sponsored by University Health Services

 

The Daily Grind
Monday through Friday, 2 – 4 p.m.
The Rainbow Lounge
Stop by the LGBT Center daily for a free cup of coffee or hot tea. Take this time to relax between classes or studying and get an afternoon burst of energy. Open to all.
Sponsored by the LGBT Center

 

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Annual Events

 

  • LGBT events at Reunions (alumni reunion)

View a list of Programming from Previous Years

 

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