Board elections are finally this Monday at 5:30! We will be in our usual room in Tate 137.
Good luck to those who are running, and to those who are not, come out to support your friends! Between elections, we will also be going through the shortest political quiz for fun, so you can see where your political affiliations lie!
Here’s what you need to know:
In order to vote:
-You must have been to 3 or more Lambda functions. This includes Girl’s Night and the I’m Not Your Fetish Panel, and this elections meeting can count as your third meeting.
-You must be a UGA student who has paid student activity fees.
-You must fill out a membership form.
If you are running for a position:
-all of the above applies
-you must be present at the meeting to give a short speech and stand for a question portion from the audience
If you are still interested in running for a position but have not nominated yourself, there is still time! Nominations for a position do not end until we close them to vote for that position.
All positions are open and could go anyone’s way! Do not be scared to run for a position just because someone else is running.
****We are especially looking for someone to fill the PR position!****
-It is strongly recommended that you have prior knowledge of Photoshop and/or InDesign.
-If you choose to run for this position, please bring in any samples of your work that you have.
This event will be an educational panel on the intersection between race and queerness! Listen to personal stories and experiences from the panelists, as well as participate in a Q + A.
As usual, this event will in Tate room 137 at 5:30pm today (Monday October 13th).
Our Open Mic Night will be this Monday, October 6th at 5:30 in Tate 137! There will be lots of different kinds of performances from comedy to hip-hop to poetry; come and listen to people perform their pieces, or come perform your own!
In honor of Coming Out week, Hannah and Jaye will be hosting a coming out discussion on October 8 at 7pm in the Tribal Lounge on the 2nd floor of Memorial Hall. This will be a safe space for anyone to come and ask questions about coming out, share their coming out story, or even practice coming out to a supportive group of friends. We encourage everyone to come, regardless of whether you came out years ago or don’t plan on coming out for a long time.
Also remember that nominations for Lambda Board positions are still open, and will be open up to and including our elections meeting on October 27th!
This week, our meeting is Sexual Health: Things Your Mother Never Told You! A guest representative from AIDS Athens will be talking about sexual health, especially in regards to STIs and HIV.
Also starting today, we’re opening up nominations for next year’s board! Nominations will run through and during our Elections meeting, which will be on October 27th.
If you are interested in being on the next board but don’t know what position you’d like, talk to one of the current board and ask them about their positions!
This event is TONIGHT from 6:30-8:00 in MLC 214. Free pizza will be provided on a first come, first serve basis!
This is an educational panel regarding the sexualization and fetishization of queer women. Please be aware that rape culture will be a big part of the discussion!
Thanks to each of our speakers who took the time to come out to share their experiences with us last night! It was wonderful to get to hear stories about navigating post-college life as out and queer both in the workforce and in finding community.
Hello all, we hope you’re all having a wonderful summer! We’ve got a month now before school starts up again, which means a month until the Lambda Cookout! It’ll be out on Reed Quad on August 18th at 5:30; put it on your calendar and get excited to see new and returning faces!
We did it! Thanks to the Lambda members who came out to vote, we have now finally added Asexuality to our constitution! Additionally, we have also updated how we define allies here at Lambda Alliance. If you’re interested, check out our updated constitution!
Also special thanks to Jon Hurst, Josh Fletcher, and T.W. Cauthen for coming out to our meeting and facilitating the discussion to generate ideas on how to improve UGA for queer-identified individuals on this campus!
We hope that everyone’s first week back was as stress-free as possible and that everyone’s semester looks promising! To get Lambda started for the semester, our first official meeting will be on Monday, January 13th in our usual location, Tate 137! We want to say welcome to everyone: hello to newcomers and welcome back to familiar faces. In this laid-back social, we’ll be providing snacks and games and hope you’ll stop in to join us!
Thank you again to all who performed and helped with the drag show! It was a magical, magical night, and it would not have been possible without your help.
Speaking of good times, this coming meeting is Lambda’s end of the year celebration! This semester has been just wonderful, and we deserve to party for it. So come to Tate 137 this Monday (November 18th) at 5:30 for pinatas, food, and good fun! See you there!