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IvyQ Roundup

Bwog’s Intercollegiate Sexuality Correspondent Lily Icangelo reports on IvyQ 2011… This weekend Columbia hosted the second annual IvyQ conference, a weekend long conference between LGBTQ students and organizations from all eight Ivy League institutions. Each day was jam packed with guest speakers and workshops, while the nights kept attendees busy with “Speed-Friending”, a drag contest, […]

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Fantasy Ball Tonight

Tonight, Lerner Party Space will hold its second drag-themed dance of the year (so far), the Fantasy Ball! The Fantasy Ball is part of IvyQ 2011, a conference for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and allied students from across the Ivy League hosted by Columbia this weekend. IvyQ includes lots of interesting conferences and seminars on […]

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