Schuyler Bailar is the first openly transgender NCAA Division I swimmer (currently attending Harvard University) and is the son of Gregor Bailar ’85. He gave a talk, “Breaking Boundaries”, at Dartmouth on March 2, 2018, hosted by Shira Evans, Coordinator of Sports Nutrition. Afterwards, OPAL (Office of Pluralism and Leadership) hosted a round table discussion at the Triangle House and DGALA co-sponsored the dinner. Students were given the opportunity to engage in important conversation and address how to cope with challenging parents when coming out plus navigating other social situations. Thanks Shira and OPAL for organizing!
Join DGALA for our Alumni Day of Service Project with Citymeals on Wheels!
Volunteers will be delivering meals to our elderly home-bound neighbors. Volunteers should wear weather appropriate clothes and comfortable shoes as deliveries are done on foot within walking distance of the meal center. Volunteers will be given a brief orientation, route sheet instructions and meals. Delivery will be conducted in pairs or small groups. Children are welcome. Meals are delivered rain or shine!
Citymeals on Wheels
St. Malachy’s Church (ground floor)
239 West 49th Street (between 8th Ave and Broadway)
Saturday, May 5 – 9:30am-12:30pm
Learn more about Citymeals on Wheels:
The Yale GALA has graciously invited us to an event next Thursday (2/8) with a lecture (“Doing Medieval Sex Work in the 21st Century: A 14th Century Document and Its Afterlives”) from NYU Professor Carolyn Dinshaw, winner of the 2017-2018 Brudner Prize (awarded annually to an accomplished scholar, artist or activist whose work has made significant contributions to LGBT studies and communities).
Due to a generous donor, the event and reception are free and open to the public!
WHEN: Thursday, February 8 at 6pm-8pm
WHERE: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center – 208 W 13 St, New York, NY
For more info:
SpeakOut, an oral history project on past LGBTQIA+ students at the College, will be added to Rauner Library’s Special Collections in early 2019. The project was announced last November and is a collaboration between the library, the history department and the Dartmouth Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Alumni/ae Association.
Read the full article at http://www.thedartmouth.com/article/2018/01/speakout-lgbtqia-history
Hi DGALA members and friends! If you were planning on making a contribution to DGALA this tax year and haven’t, now is a great time to do it! A reminder that DGALA is an independent 501(c)(3) corporation, and we are dependent on your generous support to fund student initiatives like the DGALA Triangle Grants and Dartmouth PRIDE as well as our robust regional programming. We promise that your money is well spent. Thanks so much and happy new year!!