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Join the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity for Loving OUT Loud, a panel of parents and loved ones of LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual, and Questioning) individuals. In this space panelist will share personal stories of their journey in learning about and supporting their family member/s and loved ones who identify with the LGBTQIA+ community. There wi…
A spiritual dinner for anyone interested in exploring Christian faith and spirituality in an open and affirming space
Sanford Africa Policy Group is committed to fostering fellowship, cultural unity, and showcasing various cultures on campus. Africa in Sanford Day is meant to celebrate all cultures, people of all cultures are encouraged to participate! Express your cultural identity through a wearable item (shoes, hat, clothing, earrings etc)!
DISC will make drop-offs to DMV every second Thursday of the month. We leave by 8:30 a.m. at Smith Warehouse, Bay 5, second floor.
Passionate about campus design and how to make it more accessible? Does the lack of accessibility and safety make you mad? Come join OUF in advocating for better spaces for all.
Come to BC Plaza on Nov 4th from 2-4pm to learn how to latin social dance! We will specifically be teaching bachata, a popular style and genre of music that originated in the Dominican Republic in the 20th century. No experience necessary. Parents are welcome! Free food will be provided. Come have fun social dancing with us!
Organizing and finding faculty reviewers for publication review
As part of programming for ASA’s Restorying event series, Define America will be hosting a tabling event on BC Plaza called “Our Stories on BC.”
Join the CSGD’s new affinity group for LGBTQ+ Desi students! Wednesday, Nov. 15, 3-5pm in the CSGD (100 Bryan Center).
How are own stories of self-connected to larger stories of community and liberation? What are the ways in which these larger narratives created? These are the questions A. Kamau Pope (they/he) will interrogate for the Queer and Trans leadership Series. Kamau, in his own words, is a dirt road academic and a Black, queer, trans story sharer, historian, and Ph.D. candidate at Duke University. They…
Get some aggression out by stabbing things until they’re cute! In this workshop we will go over the basics of needle felting, introducing the tools, techniques, and project opportunities for this craft. Make a tiny critter, cat toy, or portrait using colored wool and specialized needles.
Come show what you know as a pre-law student!