We are constantly hosting a variety of educational and social events. Below is a list of some of our annual programs, and to the right are this week's events and a link to the full calendar. To receive a weekly email with a more complete list of our upcoming events, please join OUTPost by sending a blank email to: email@example.com
Do you identify as LGBTQ and: Asian? Pacific Islander? Asian American? South Asian? Southeast Asian? Desi American? Multiracial or multiethnic or multinational?
This social's topic is SELF-LOVE:
Let’s get together for a time of community and care to engage in discussions about love, self-love, self-worth, and healing.
Hosted by the NYU LGBTQ Student Center and food will be provided.
Open to all NYU and Columbia undergraduate, graduate students, staff, and faculty.
*Columbia folks - please bring your school ID and present at the security staff on the ground floor of the Kimmel building. The meeting space is on the 6th floor, room 602.
Join the LGBTQ Student Center for our First Annual Lavender Graduation! Formerly known as Moving Up Day, we will honor graduating queer & trans students as well as members of the NYU community for their work towards LGBTQ+ inclusivity and equity.
This year's graduation ceremony will be followed by Queer Prom, so wear what makes you feel beautiful and fun and whole in your body!
We are pleased to announce that our inaugural Lavender Graduation Keynote Speaker will be Gayatri Gopinath, Associate Professor & Director of the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality at NYU!
This event is open to all in the NYU community. Space is limited, so be sure to RSVP!!!! http://bit.ly/Lavender2018
If you are a graduating student, be sure to register as one in order to get your own rainbow graduation cord!
Join us for an hour-long mindful meditation session held in a queer-centered and entirely peer-led space. Meditations will focus on the themes of affirmation, inclusion, and embracing identity while inviting time for reflection. All levels of experience welcome.
Free and open to the NYU community. Weekly meditation in Kimmel 602 at 5:30pm.
We all carry different relationships with religion and spirituality. No matter where you are, you are welcome to join Madeline (they/them) for an hour of queer community space that is open to all.
Madeline is a trans chaplain who is an advocate for the queer community, a passionate religious leader, and a huge nerd. Bring your questions, your truth, and any thoughts you might have about all manner of geeky topics.
Every Thursday in Kimmel 602 at 1:30pm.