We want you to SpeakOut! Join this oral history project documenting the history of the LGBTQIA+ Community at Dartmouth College. Volunteer to share your story at dartgo.org/speakout.
In celebration of Pride Month, Tufts Pride on the Hill in coordination with Boston University invites LGBTQA alums together for Boston School Pride Alumni Happy Hour. Wear your favorite school swag and meet fellow LGBTQA alums from the different colleges and universities. Appetizers will be provided, and a cash bar will be available. If the weather is nice, we will be out on the patio celebrating Boston Pride Together!
In the spirit of supporting our Boston LGBTQA community during Pride Month, we invite Tufts alums to donate to AIDS Walk & Run Boston, which directly supports the work of AIDS Action Committee (headed by Tufts Alum, Carl Sciortino!)
To make your donation, visit: http://info.aidswalkboston.org/donate/
WHEN: Wednesday, June 5, 2019, 5:30pm – 7:30pm
WHERE: Cathedral Station, 1222 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02118 (note parking available in the back)
RSVP: Please register by clicking here!
Princeton BTGALA Presents…
An LGBT Pool Party in Manhattan!
Co-hosted by Columbia Pride, Stanford Pride, GALA Notre Dame/SMC, Harvard GSC
WHEN: Wednesday, August 7, 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
WHERE: Grace Room-Mate Hotel, 125 W 45th St, New York, NY 10036
COST: No cover, $4 clothes check, towels available for $5
$10 well drinks for our event!
Bring a bathing suit
Please fill out our RSVP Form to help the hotel plan for staffing
Join us as we return to the beautiful Grace Room-Mate Hotel for a pool party in midtown Manhattan! We have had excellent events here in years past and are delighted to be returning for cocktails by the pool! All are welcome, but we anticipate that this will be primarily a men’s event.
Clothes check is $4. I recommend bringing a towel and checking it with your clothing so it’s dry when you need it to be, though the hotel is providing towel service for $5. We’ll have cocktails at the bar as well as access to their heated pool and spa facilities. Cash is recommended – the clothes check is cash only and there is a $30 minimum on credit card purchases at the bar. A ziplock bag is recommended to carry your cash, so you can feel free to get wet!
Thanks to Shawn Cowls for organizing and to our co-hosts
Dan Welden, NYU
Jim Farah, Stanford Pride
Michael Sin, Columbia Pride
John Flanagan, GALA Notre Dame/SMC
Michael Sonberg, Harvard GSC
Princeton BTGALA, Columbia Pride and Dartmouth BTGALA
with The Gay Latino Collective and Social_Qs Present…
An LGBTQ Party at Club Evolution
Jackson Heights, NY
WHEN: Saturday, July 13, 6PM to 10PM
WHERE: Club Evolution, 76-19 Roosevelt Ave, Jackson Heights, NY 11372
COST: No Cover
RSVP: Requested – please fill out our RSVP Form at http://btgala.tigernet.princeton.edu/EventRSVP
Our April event was a big hit so we’re going back to Jackson Heights! We’ll network, mix and mingle! Thanks to Daniel Puerto for organizing. All are welcome and we particularly welcome our Latinx, Asian and black community to this very special event.
Daniel Puerto, LGBT Latin Activist
Sammy DA, Northeastern and the Gay Latino Collective
Shawn Cowls, Princeton BTGALA
Michael Sin, Columbia Pride
Justin Worthy, NYU
Princeton BTGALA and the Diverse Bodies Project Present…
Beyond Skin Deep: Queer Representation in the Diverse Bodies Project
New York, NY
Co-hosted by Columbia Pride and Stanford Pride
WHEN: Wednesday, June 12, 6:30 to 9PM
WHERE: 345 W 54th St, New York NY 10019
COST: $25 in advance, $30 at the door, includes wine reception and a panel of models who participated in The Diverse Bodies Project
RSVP: Space is somewhat limited, so we encourage pre-paying at our EventBrite link
If you plan to attend but aren’t paying in advance, please register at http://btgala.tigernet.princeton.edu/EventRSVP to help us with catering this special event
Join us for a cocktail party and a close encounter with the Diverse Bodies Project!
The Diverse Bodies Project is a photo-interview series celebrating diverse bodies! It seeks to broaden our view of what is beautiful and delve into the ways we see ourselves and others. The team intentionally brings together queer, straight, young, old, different races, body types, nationalities, and more to create an inclusive project focused on highlighting that diversity includes us ALL. Each individual interview delves into the relationship and unique experiences that the participants have with their bodies to create a project highlighting both the physical and the internal.
We’ll hear from a panel of participants from the Diverse Bodies Project speaking to queer and trans representation in the book. Attendees will have the opportunity to see previews of this beautiful work and there will be mini-book versions available.
The panel will run from 7 to 7:45 and we’ll have wine and light nibbles before and after.
Thanks to our hosts, Princeton’s Martin Kaminer, Princeton BTGALA’s Shawn Cowls and Diverse Bodies’ Yael Rosenstock!