• Feb. 10

    Affordable Care Act Enrollment with Princeton Equality Project
    4pm - 8pm

    Together with Garden State Equality, the Princeton Equality will help people sign up for health insurance in Friend 101, 110, 111, 112 from 4pm to 8pm on February 10th. Sponsored by the Princeton Equality Project and Garden State Equality

    location: Friend Center, Rooms 101, 110 & 112

  • Feb. 10

    Queering the Color Line
    6:00pm - 7:30pm

    This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in and have dinner, which is provided by the Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women*s Center. Sponsored by the Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women*s Center

    location: Women*s Center (Frist 243)

  • Feb. 11

    Graduate Student Coffee Break
    4:00pm - 5:00pm

    Meet other LGBTQA graduate students and grab a cup of coffee or tea during our grad student coffee break. This is a regular social event we hold monthly; the event will be held next on Thursday March 5th, Friday April 17, and Monday May 4. Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, LGBT Center, and Queer Graduate Caucus

    location: Rainbow Lounge (Frist 247)

  • Feb. 17

    LGBTQA Graduate Pride Dinner
    6:00pm - 7:30pm

    Please join us for great food and even better conversation at the Graduate College. Spouses/partners may also attend with permission. Please sign up with Olivia at omartel@princeton.edu. Sponsored by the LGBT Center and the Graduate School

    location: Old Graduate College, Pyne Tower Suite

  • Feb. 19

    Out on the Town Happy Hour
    5:00pm - 7:00pm

    This is an opportunity for LGBTQA and allied graduate students, local alumni, faculty, and staff to socialize in a decidedly non-academic setting. Appetizers will be provided. This is a regular social event we hold monthly. Sponsored by the Queer Graduate Caucus

    location: Winberie’s Restaurant & Bar (1 Palmer Square)

  • Feb. 20

    Performance: Theatre Intime Presents The Little Dog Laughed, Written by Douglas Carter Beane, Directed by Jack Moore '15
    Friday, Feb. 20 – Sunday, Feb. 22, Thursday, Feb. 26 – Saturday, Feb. 28

    When Hollywood star Mitchell falls in love with rentboy Alex, they find themselves questioning everything what they have always believed about the nature of love and success. As they fumble through their relationship’s awkward, tentative, endearing first steps, Diane is there to guide the show to a happy ending…the way she defines it. Sponsored by Theatre Intime

    location: Hamilton Murray Theatre in Murray Dodge Hall

  • Feb. 23

    #BlackLivesMatter with Co-Founder Alicia Garza
    4:30 pm

    Alicia Garza, co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter, will discuss how this hashtag works as an ideological and political intervention and an affirmation of Black identity, as well as how the movement draws from and ties to queer/trans identities and experiences. Alicia Garza is the Special Projects Director for the National Domestic Workers Alliance, and co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter, an online platform developed after the murder of Trayvon Martin, designed to connect people interested in learning more about and fighting back against anti-Black racism. Sponsored by Theatre Intime

    location: Sponsored by the Fields Center, Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, and LGBT Center

  • Feb. 24

    Drop-In Hours for the LGBT Community at McCosh
    3:30pm - 4:30pm

    Drop in the fourth Tuesday every month to discuss sexual health topics, such as sexuality, STIs, HIV, and pelvic exams, in a confidential LGBTQA-friendly environment. Ask for Michelle Schramm. Sponsored by the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies and LGBT Center

    location: Sponsored by University Health Services

  • Feb. 26

    Home Away From Home Monthly Dialogue: Perception of Gender and Sexuality at Home -- Similarities and Differences with Social Standards and Views of Northeast America
    12:30pm (and every last Thursday of the month)

    Home Away From Home is a monthly lunch gathering for international, as well as internationally minded, LGBTQA undergraduate and graduate students. Whether you just moved to Princeton or identify as an international student, join us for dialogue about cultural differences we experience as LGBTQA and Ally students. This month we will be focusing on the differences and similarities we observe in our cultural standards with regards to LGBT issues between our Princeton community as well as our society from home. All are welcome. *Discussion will be over lunch. If interested participants need meal swipes they will be provided. Please get in touch with the facilitator at mmousavi@princeton.edu. Please RSVP: http://tinyurl.com/lc4qatw. Sponsored by the Davis International Center, the LGBT Center, and the LGBT Peer Education Program

    location: Wilson PDR