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Speaking in Smooches: LGBTQ Students Take it to Spec

It may not have equaled the original Big Kiss — or even Big Kiss II — but the Queer Alliance and QuAM’s today’s Kiss-In got its point across. “When we’re organizing around sexual identity and you say we’re talking too much about sex — it’s ridiculous!” said Activism and Service Chair Peter Gallotta, spreading his […]

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Groups Respond to Inflatable Penis Controversy, Plan Protest Outside Spec

Late-night news in “Giant Inflatable Penis-gate,” as the queer community has moved quickly to respond to the controversial editorial published in Wednesday’s Spectator. In addition to the factual errors, the editorial is also attracting controversy for alleging that Queer Awareness Month “must be sure to focus on awareness and education before revelry.” The “revelry” in […]

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Free Food Roundup

Like the candidates’ commitment to service, Bwog’s commitment to free food never wavers. Here are just some of the events this evening for you to fill your stomachs at: Last night’s Jumbotron extravaganza not enough for you? The College Dems are having a “debriefing” barbecue from 5-8 in front of Hartley and Wallach. If you like to […]

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CQA’s First Friday Dance: Saturday Remix

Tonight, the CQA, Columbia’s Queer Alliance, celebrates LGBT rights and fights for everyone’s right to party with the First Friday Dance. On Saturday. Nothing sets the atmosphere for a dance party better than torrential rain, right? How lucky we are to celebrate the First Friday Dance of the semester on this diluvial Saturday! If you’re […]

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Queer Alliance weighs in on matters of national importance

Courtesy of Facebook, Bwog happened upon the following exceptional message from CQA, which we feel requires no introduction: Hey folks! So in case you haven’t heard the news, Britney Spears has been hospitalized again for the second time this month for a mental health evaluation (it is also the second time this month the Reserve […]

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LGBTQ Students in the Zone with Quigley, Friedman, Colombo

A smattering of students and a sea of empty chairs confronted Deans Quigley, Colombo, and Friedman (SEAS) about the noose incident at an event this afternoon sponsored by the Columbia Queer Alliance. The small showing was probably due to the time – noon on a Thursday – and also because the admins agreed to show […]

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GAYDAY! GAYDAY!

Well, the conservative media was right—the gays are taking over.  October is Queer Awareness Month—QuAM, for short—and in honor, the Columbia Queer Alliance is leading all kinds of events around campus.  Today’s offerings: chalking, in honor of National Coming Out Day (today!), and an all (or mostly) gay reincarnation of last year’s Big Kiss.  A […]

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