Events

Graduate Student Coffee Breaks
Jan
24
4:00 pm16:00

Graduate Student Coffee Breaks

  • Rainbow Lounge (Frist 247)

Meet other LGBTQIA graduate students and grab a cup of coffee or tea during our graduate student coffee break. On the second Tuesday of each month, the coffee hour will also serve as the monthly QGC General Meeting.

Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, LGBT Center, and Queer Graduate Caucus

GSS Book Club - "No Baggage: A Minimalist Tale of Love and Wandering" by Clara Bensen
Jan
26
12:00 pm12:00

GSS Book Club - "No Baggage: A Minimalist Tale of Love and Wandering" by Clara Bensen

  • 113 Dickinson Hall

No Baggage is a memoir that will resonate with adventurers and homebodies alike - it's at once a romance, a travelogue, and a bright, modern take on the age-old questions: How do you find the courage to explore beyond your comfort zone? Can you love someone without the need for commitment or any expectations for the future?
 
LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED. PLEASE RSVP TO voelcker@princeton.edu.

Pride Night at McCarter Theatre: Bedlam: Hamlet / Saint Joan
Jan
26
6:00 pm18:00

Pride Night at McCarter Theatre: Bedlam: Hamlet / Saint Joan

  • McCarter Theatre (91 University Pl.)

Before attending the evening’s production of Bedlam: Hamlet / Saint Joan, catch up with LGBTQIA friends while enjoying fabulous food, door prizes, special guest appearances, and an open bar*. Admission to the Pride Night party is free to all students and cost of the show is covered through your Tiger Card Passport to the Arts (otherwise, it is $10). *The open bar is only available to those with their PUID and a valid 21+ ID.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center and McCarter Theatre

Graduate Student Coffee Break
Jan
31
4:00 pm16:00

Graduate Student Coffee Break

  • Rainbow Lounge (Frist 247)

Meet other LGBTQIA graduate students and grab a cup of coffee or tea during our graduate student coffee break. 

Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, LGBT Center, and Queer Graduate Caucus

Latinx and LGBT+ Dinner
Jan
31
6:00 pm18:00

Latinx and LGBT+ Dinner

  • Rainbow Lounge (Frist 247)

Family dinner for Latinx students who are LGBTQIA+.

Sponsored by the Princeton University Latinx Perspectives Organization (PULPO) and LGBT Center

GSS Workshop: Robert Orsi
Feb
15
12:00 pm12:00

GSS Workshop: Robert Orsi

  • 230 Dickinson Hall

(Northwestern University), “Survivors of Clergy Sex Abuse at Ground Zero of the Secular”
 
Lunch will be provided. Please call 258‐1835 or email voelcker@princeton.edu for reservations. If provided, copies of the papers can be requested by email one week before the workshop.

Latinx and LGBT+ Dinner
Feb
17
6:00 pm18:00

Latinx and LGBT+ Dinner

  • Rainbow Lounge (Frist 247)

Family dinner for Latinx students who are LGBTQIA+.

Sponsored by the Princeton University Latinx Perspectives Organization (PULPO) and LGBT Center

GSS Book Club - "Miller's Valley: A Novel" by Anna Quindlen
Feb
23
12:00 pm12:00

GSS Book Club - "Miller's Valley: A Novel" by Anna Quindlen

  • 113 Dickinson Hall


Miller’s Valley is a masterly study of family, memory, loss, and, ultimately, discovery, of finding true identity and a new vision of home. As Mimi says, “No one ever leaves the town where they grew up, even if they go.” Miller’s Valley reminds us that the place where you grew up can disappear, and the people in it too, but all will live on in your heart forever.
 
LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED. PLEASE RSVP TO voelcker@princeton.edu.

 2017 Meredith Miller Memorial Lecture with Kimberlé Crenshaw
Mar
2
4:30 pm16:30

2017 Meredith Miller Memorial Lecture with Kimberlé Crenshaw

  • McCormick 101

Kimberlé Crenshaw teaches Civil Rights and other courses in critical race studies and constitutional law. Her primary scholarly interests center around race and the law, and she was a founder and has been a leader in the intellectual movement called Critical Race Theory. She was elected Professor of the Year by the 1991 and 1994 graduating classes. She now splits her time each year between UCLA and the Columbia School of Law. You can find out more about Professor Crenshaw's work through her think tank, The African American Policy Forum, at http://aapf.org/.
 
Reception to follow at Prospect House Presidential Dining Room.
 
More information coming soon!

GSS Workshop: Tala Khanmalek
Mar
8
12:00 pm12:00

GSS Workshop: Tala Khanmalek

  • 230 Dickinson Hall

"Theory in the Flesh: Towards a New Politics of Illness and Identity”
 Co-sponsored by the Program in American Studies.
 
Lunch will be provided. Please call 258‐1835 or email voelcker@princeton.edu for reservations. If provided, copies of the papers can be requested by email one week before the workshop

Latinx and LGBT+ Dinner
Mar
8
6:00 pm18:00

Latinx and LGBT+ Dinner

  • Rainbow Lounge (Frist 247)

Family dinner for Latinx students who are LGBTQIA+.

Sponsored by the Princeton University Latinx Perspectives Organization (PULPO) and LGBT Center

GSS Workshop: Wendy Warren
Mar
28
12:00 pm12:00

GSS Workshop: Wendy Warren

  • Greene Hall, 2nd Floor, 2-C-19 (Social Lounge)

"The Ethics of Recovering Interpersonal Violence: A Historian's Dilemma”
 
Lunch will be provided. Please call 258‐1835 or email voelcker@princeton.edu for reservations. If provided, copies of the papers can be requested by email one week before the workshop.

GSS Book Club - "How to Make White People Laugh" by Negin Farsad
Mar
30
1:00 pm13:00

GSS Book Club - "How to Make White People Laugh" by Negin Farsad

  • 113 Dickinson Hall

From the acclaimed writer, director, and star of the hit documentary The Muslims are Coming! comes a memoir in essays about growing up Iranian-American in a post-9/11 world and the power of comedy to combat racism. 
 
How to Make White People Laugh tackles these questions with wit, humor, and incisive intellect. And along the way, you might just learn a thing or two about tetherball, Duck Dynasty, and wine slushies.
 
LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED. PLEASE RSVP TO voelcker@princeton.edu.

David Sedaris at McCarter Theater
Apr
5
7:30 pm19:30

David Sedaris at McCarter Theater

  • McCarter Theatre (91 University Pl.)

15 Free Tickets Available from the LGBT Center; First Come, First Serve (more info coming soon)

David Sedaris’ annual visit has become a McCarter tradition—and one with never an unsold seat! It seems almost unnecessary to remind you at this point that this “rock star of writers” is a commentator on PRI’s This American Life, a frequent contributor to The New Yorker, and a prolific author whose shelf of best-sellers includes Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim, Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Modest Bestiary and his latest, Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls, which was a 2013 Grammy nominee for Best Spoken Word album.

More info about the program: http://ticketing.mccarter.org/ticketing/tickets/production.aspx?performanceNumber=9230&

Sponsored by the LGBT Center and McCarter Theater

Latinidad in the LGBTQA+ Community
Apr
6
6:00 pm18:00

Latinidad in the LGBTQA+ Community

  • Rainbow Lounge (Frist 247)

A discussion at the intersections of Latinidad and sexuality/gender.

Sponsored by the Princeton University Latinx Perspectives Organization (PULPO), Pride Alliance, and LGBT Center

GSS Workshop: Mara Mills
Apr
19
12:00 pm12:00

GSS Workshop: Mara Mills

  • 210 Dickinson Hall

(New York University), "Words Per Minute: Time Compression in the 1970s, from Talking Books to Television”
Co-sponsored by the Disability Studies Working Group in GSS.
 
Lunch will be provided. Please call 258‐1835 or email voelcker@princeton.edu for reservations. If provided, copies of the papers can be requested by email one week before the workshop.

GSS Book Club - "You'll Grow Out of It" - by Jessi Klein
Apr
20
12:00 pm12:00

GSS Book Club - "You'll Grow Out of It" - by Jessi Klein

  • 113 Dickinson Hall

In You'll Grow Out of It Klein offers-through an incisive collection of real-life stories-a relentlessly funny yet poignant take on a variety of topics she has experienced along her strange journey to womanhood and beyond. These include her "transformation from Pippi Longstocking-esque tomboy to are-you-a-lesbian-or-what tom man," attempting to find watchable porn, and identifying the difference between being called "ma'am" and "miss" ("Miss sounds like you weigh ninety-nine pounds").
 
Raw, relatable, and consistently hilarious, You'll Grow Out of It is a one-of-a-kind book by a singular and irresistible comic voice.
 
LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED. PLEASE RSVP TO voelcker@princeton.edu

Lavender Graduation
May
13
2:00 pm14:00

Lavender Graduation

  • Chancellor Green Rotunda

This ceremony will honor graduating students and recognize the leadership within our community. If you are a graduating student who would like to participate, please contact the LGBT Center at lgbt@princeton.edu.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center

GSS Book Club - "A Body, Undone" by Christina Crosby
May
18
12:00 pm12:00

GSS Book Club - "A Body, Undone" by Christina Crosby

  • 113 Dickinson Hall

In the early evening on October 1, 2003, Christina Crosby was three miles into a seventeen mile bicycle ride, intent on reaching her goal of 1,000 miles for the riding season. She was a respected senior professor of English who had celebrated her fiftieth birthday a month before. As she crested a hill, she caught a branch in the spokes of her bicycle, which instantly pitched her to the pavement. Her chin took the full force of the blow, and her head snapped back. In that instant, she was paralyzed.
 
In A Body, Undone, Crosby puts into words a broken body that seems beyond the reach of language and understanding. She writes about a body shot through with neurological pain, disoriented in time and space, incapacitated by paralysis and deadened sensation. To address this foreign body, she calls upon the readerly pleasures of narrative, critical feminist and queer thinking, and the concentrated language of lyric poetry. Working with these resources, she recalls her 1950s tomboy ways in small-town, rural Pennsylvania, and records growing into the 1970s through radical feminism and the affirmations of gay liberation.

Deeply unsentimental, Crosby communicates in unflinching prose the experience of "diving into the wreck" of her body to acknowledge grief, and loss, but also to recognize the beauty, fragility, and dependencies of all human bodies. A memoir that is a meditation on disability, metaphor, gender, sex, and love, A Body, Undone is a compelling account of living on, as Crosby rebuilds her body and fashions a life through writing, memory, and desire.
 
LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED. PLEASE RSVP TO voelcker@princeton.edu.


Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
Jan
11
12:00 pm12:00

Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

  • Campus Club Library

Our STEM gathering is an opportunity to meet other LGBTQIA members in our various fields. This conversation will be facilitated by professors Lindy McBride (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology & the Princeton Neuroscience Institute) and Frans Pretorius (Physics) in a safe and confidential space. Lunch provided.

Sponsored by the Center for Information Technology and the LGBT Center

Graduate Student Coffee Breaks & Queer Graduate Caucus General Meetings
Jan
10
4:00 pm16:00

Graduate Student Coffee Breaks & Queer Graduate Caucus General Meetings

  • Rainbow Lounge (Frist 247)

Meet other LGBTQIA graduate students and grab a cup of coffee or tea during our graduate student coffee break. On the second Tuesday of each month, the coffee hour will also serve as the monthly QGC General Meeting.

Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, LGBT Center, and Queer Graduate Caucus

LGBTQ Career Networking Event
Jan
5
6:30 pm18:30

LGBTQ Career Networking Event

  • Empire Welth Strategies

ATTIRE: Business casual (or attire appropriate for your industry of interest, to make a good first impression)
RSVP: Please use our RSVP form by noon, January 4th to be on the guest list with security.  Bring photo id.  Call or text me at 917-696-1763 if you have difficulty getting into the building.

RSVP form link: http://btgala.tigernet.princeton.edu/s/1760/clubsandchapters/3/index.aspx?sid=1760&gid=75&pgid=3086&cid=7907&post_id=0


LGBT alumni, recent grads, and undergraduate and graduate/professional students are invited to attend a networking event. Whether you are contemplating graduate or professional school, thinking about changing jobs, interested in mentoring or just meeting new LGBT contacts, this event can be helpful to you. The format will begin with career field sector introduction groups, an "open mic" for self-introductions, then open mingling, light refreshments, casual conversations and networking.

Sponsored by CUGALA, FFR/Princeton BTGALA, Ithaca College Alumni Relations, Yale GALA, and Mt. Holyoke Lyon's Pride, Cornell Diversity Alumni Programs, Cornell LGBT Resource Center, Ithaca College LGBT Center, and the Princeton LGBT Center
 

GSS Book Club - "Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman" by Lindy West
Dec
15
12:00 pm12:00

GSS Book Club - "Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman" by Lindy West

  • 113 Dickinson Hall

New York Times Bestseller.
 
Shrill is an uproarious memoir, a feminist rallying cry in a world that thinks gender politics are tedious and that women, especially feminists, can't be funny.

With inimitable good humor, vulnerability, and boundless charm, Lindy boldly shares how to survive in a world where not all stories are created equal and not all bodies are treated with equal respect, and how to weather hatred, loneliness, harassment, and loss, and walk away laughing. Shrill provocatively dissects what it means to become self-aware the hard way, to go from wanting to be silent and invisible to earning a living defending the silenced in all caps.
 
LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED. PLEASE RSVP TO voelcker@princeton.edu.

Queering the Color Line
Dec
13
6:00 pm18:00

Queering the Color Line

  • Carl A. Fields Center

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in and have dinner, which is provided. 

 

Sponsored by the Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women's Center

Graduate Student Coffee Break & Queer Graduate Caucus General Meeting
Dec
13
4:00 pm16:00

Graduate Student Coffee Break & Queer Graduate Caucus General Meeting

  • Rainbow Lounge (Frist 247)

Meet other LGBTQIA graduate students and grab a cup of coffee or tea during our graduate student coffee break. On the second Tuesday of each month, the coffee hour will also serve as the monthly QGC General Meeting.
Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, LGBT Center, and Queer Graduate Caucus

Poets Corner: Alex Dang
Dec
9
8:00 pm20:00

Poets Corner: Alex Dang

  • Carl A Fields Center, Room 105

Alex Dang started performing slam poetry at seventeen and hasn't slowed down since. Combining a firework performance style and intimate writing, Alex has earned his way to becoming the Eugene Poetry Grand Slam Champion in 2014 and 2015. He has been a TEDx speaker for both University of Oregon and Reno, Nevada, and his chapbook, 'You Can Do Better,' is published through Where Are You Press. His work has been featured on Huffington Post, UpWorthy, and Everyday Feminism and has been viewed over 1.5 million times on YouTube. Alex has performed in over 35 cities, 20 states, and is a world renowned burger expert.

Bi/Queer/Pan/Fluid Lunch
Dec
8
12:00 pm12:00

Bi/Queer/Pan/Fluid Lunch

  • Location Disclosed Upon Registration

Undergraduate and graduate bisexual/queer/pansexual/fluid-identified students are invited for great food and conversation for our first-ever BPFQ lunch. Drop in and join us. Lunch provided. To RSVP, email lgbt@princeton.edu.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center

Wellness Wednesdays: Compassionate Activism with Sandra Kim
Dec
7
12:00 pm12:00

Wellness Wednesdays: Compassionate Activism with Sandra Kim

  • Carl A. Fields Center

Sandra Kim is the Founder and Executive Director of Everyday Feminism, an educational platform for personal and social liberation. She will host a workshop on Compassionate Activism, which will address the pervasive issue of burnout and unsustainability in our social movements. This program supports people in healing from their experiences with systemic oppression and building their capacity to respond to everyday situations of injustice from a sense of peace and relatedness. 

RSVP to LGBT@Princeton.edu. Space is limited.

 

Sponsored by the Fields Center and the LGBT Center

Graduate Student Coffee Break
Dec
6
4:00 pm16:00

Graduate Student Coffee Break

  • Rainbow Lounge (Frist 247)

Meet other LGBTQIA graduate students and grab a cup of coffee or tea during our graduate student coffee break.
Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, LGBT Center, and Queer Graduate Caucus

GSS Workshop: Heather Love
Dec
6
12:00 pm12:00

GSS Workshop: Heather Love

  • 230 Dickinson Hall

(University of Pennsylvania), “Waving/Drowning: Making Contact with the Queer Past” 
Co-sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities.
 
Lunch will be provided. Please call 258‐1835 or email voelcker@princeton.edu for reservations. If provided, copies of the papers can be requested by email one week before the workshop.

 

Latinx and LGBT+ Dinner
Dec
1
6:00 pm18:00

Latinx and LGBT+ Dinner

  • Rainbow Lounge (Frist 247)

Family dinner for Latinx students who are LGBTQIA+.

Sponsored by the Princeton University Latinx Perspectives Organization (PULPO) and LGBT Center

Hey Mom, I’m Gay
Dec
1
12:00 pm12:00

Hey Mom, I’m Gay

  • Rainbow Lounge (247 Frist)

Is this the first time you will be home and out? Are you thinking about coming out to friends and family over break? Join us for a discussion about coming out and negotiating being out at home. Everyone is invited to share their experiences, challenges, and celebrations. Lunch provided.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center and the LGBT Peer Education Program

The Racialization of Asexuality
Nov
30
4:30 pm16:30

The Racialization of Asexuality

  • Betts Auditorium

The Fall Princeton BTGALA LGBTIQA lecture will feature the nation’s leading researchers on the intersections of asexuality and race. Aasha B. Foster and Ianna Hawkins Owen will discuss the topics of racialization of asexuality and identity formation among asexuals of color. This lecture will be moderated by Princeton University undergraduate student Nicolas Freeman '18.

GSS Workshop: Laurel Mei-Singh
Nov
30
12:00 pm12:00

GSS Workshop: Laurel Mei-Singh

  • 207 Dickinson Hall

“We Are Satisfied with the Rocks: Indigeneity and the Theft of Land and Life at Mākua, Hawai'i”
 Co-sponsored by the Program in American Studies.
 
Lunch will be provided. Please call 258‐1835 or email voelcker@princeton.edu for reservations. If provided, copies of the papers can be requested by email one week before the workshop.

Graduate Student Coffee Break
Nov
29
4:00 pm16:00

Graduate Student Coffee Break

  • Rainbow Lounge (Frist 247)

Meet other LGBTQIA graduate students and grab a cup of coffee or tea during our graduate student coffee break.

Sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, LGBT Center, and Queer Graduate Caucus

Queering the Color Line
Nov
22
6:00 pm18:00

Queering the Color Line

  • Women's Center (Frist 243)

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQIA students of color to meet and hang out. Drop in and have dinner, which is provided.

Sponsored by the Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women's Center

13th Annual Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Forum Rise up! ¡Levántense!
Nov
19
9:00 am09:00

13th Annual Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Forum Rise up! ¡Levántense!

  • Perth Amboy High School

This forum is intended to be a safe space and a place of learning for lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, intersex, transgender, gender expansive, non-binary, gender-fluid, queer and gender and sexuality questioning young people, approximately ages 12-20. We also welcome those who support these young people, seeking information, community and connection.

Sponsored by HiTOPS and GLSEN of Central NJ

Tea With Feminists: Tali Mendelberg
Nov
18
4:30 pm16:30

Tea With Feminists: Tali Mendelberg

  • Women's Center, Frist 243

Connect with some of our amazing feminist faculty in an informal setting! Tea and snacks provided.
Professor Mendelberg studies inequality and politics. Her book The Race Card: Campaign Strategy, Implicit Messages, and the Norm of Equality (Princeton University Press, 2001), won the American Political Science Association’s Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award for “the best book published in the United States during the prior year on government, politics or international affairs.” She was awarded the Erik H. Erikson Early Career Award for Excellence and Creativity in the Field of Political Psychology. 

Workshop: Mystical Manifesto Workshop with Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi
Nov
18
3:30 pm15:30

Workshop: Mystical Manifesto Workshop with Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi

  • Carl A Fields Center (1985 Meeting Room)

Limited seating available. To RSVP, please email LGBT@princeton.edu

How does one deal with manifesting a literary idea, how does one navigate writers block? Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi, called one of the most prolific trans writers of our time, facilities a workshop that utilizes guided meditations and relaxation techniques to help participants surrender to their creative voice and cultivate their inner muse.

Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi is an actor, singer, dancer and writer she began producing her own cabarets at the age of seventeen and made her New York cabaret Debut at Don’t Tell Mama’s in 2011. After beginning to study the Dances of her Ancestors at Mamasita Studio, she began combining African, Latin and Native American rhythms to her shows. Although primarily known for her explosive style of cabaret, Lady Dane is a passionate actor who has worked at such theaters as the Kennedy Center, Adventure Theater, Round House Theater, Theater for the New City, Spooky Action Theater, Arena Stage, and LaMama in New York in which she originated the role of Madame Cordelia Mcclain. She has also produced a reading of her new musical Roaring, and premiered a workshop of her one woman show Klytmnestra at SpookyAction Theatre. A Poet, and advocate for Trans Voices in the arts she became the first Trans Woman of Color in DC published author of a work of fiction, Yemaya's Daughters.

Workshop: The Fine Line of Time with D’Lo
Nov
18
12:00 pm12:00

Workshop: The Fine Line of Time with D’Lo

  • Carl A. Fields Center (Room 1985 Meeting Room)

Limited seating available. To RSVP, please email LGBT@princeton.edu

Carol Burnett once said, "Comedy is Tragedy, plus Time". D'Lo once said, "I believe that it's in the active reflecting and then transforming of pain from tragic moments in our lives, that we survive best in this nutty-ass world. It's even better for our mental health when we can find ways to laugh about the silly and frustrating things that have happened to us." That's not really a quote, and D'Lo is writing this in 3rd person.   

D'Lo will facilitate a process with students/participants who want explore how to spin their tragic moments (experiences and micro-aggressions around racism, classism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia) into crafted stories inclusive of a narrative arc, embedded comedicmoments, and performance tips. This workshop is less about unearthing trauma, and more about creating a space which fosters collective healing through story sharing.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center, the Carl A. Fields Center, Hindu Life Program and the Women*s Center

 

Trans Artist Residency featuring Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi and D’Lo
Nov
17
7:30 pm19:30

Trans Artist Residency featuring Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi and D’Lo

  • Wilson Black Box Theatre

Join us for the kickoff event to our inaugural Trans Artist Residency, an evening featuring performances by actor, singer, dancer, and writer, Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi, and queer Tamil Sri L.A.nkan-American, political theatre artist/writer, director, comedian and music producer, D’Lo.

Sponsored by the LGBT Center, the Carl A. Fields Center, Hindu Life Program and the Women*s Center

Concerned Friends
Nov
17
12:00 pm12:00

Concerned Friends

  • Women's Center, Frist 243

Are you concerned about a friend’s weight, body image, or eating behavior? Come learn the facts and dispel the myths about all types of disordered eating. Psychologists Jessica Oddo and Kerri Danskin of the UHS Eating Disorders Team will facilitate the discussion. Lunch will be provided.

GSS Book Club - "A Tale for the Time Being" by Ruth Ozeki
Nov
17
12:00 pm12:00

GSS Book Club - "A Tale for the Time Being" by Ruth Ozeki

  • 113 Dickinson Hall

In Tokyo, sixteen-year-old Nao has decided there’s only one escape from her aching loneliness and her classmates’ bullying. But before she ends it all, Nao first plans to document the life of her great grandmother, a Buddhist nun who’s lived more than a century. A diary is Nao’s only solace — and will touch lives in ways she can scarcely imagine.
 
Full of Ozeki’s signature humor and deeply engaged with the relationship between writer and reader, past and present, fact and fiction, quantum physics, history, and myth, A Tale for the Time Being is a brilliantly inventive, beguiling story of our shared humanity and the search for home.
 
LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED. PLEASE RSVP TO voelcker@princeton.edu.

Neurodiversity and Self-Love with Sam Dylan Finch
Nov
15
4:30 pm16:30

Neurodiversity and Self-Love with Sam Dylan Finch

  • Women's Center, Frist 243

In a world which continually denies our worth, this powerful talk explores the shame, guilt, and self-hatred that can accompany mental illness. Through personal narrative and affirmation, Sam encourages each one of us to reclaim our power through a practice of self-love with specific focus on mental wellness in the LGBT Community. All are welcome.

Master Class with Paul Bogaev
Nov
15
1:30 pm13:30

Master Class with Paul Bogaev

  • 185 Nassau Street, Room 219

Grammy and Emmmy Award-winning musical director, arranger, conductor, composer Paul Bogaev gives a master class for Princeton students