Coffee Social Celebrating LGBTQIA+ History Month
By: Alyssa Kornacki, Contributor
On Oct. 23, the ALANA Student Center will be holding a coffee social for LGBTQIA+ History Month.
The ALANA Student Center develops initiatives that promote the personal and academic success of African American, Latinx, Asian and Native American students, while engaging the entire student body in opportunities to cultivate skills to be people for and with others.
ALANA will be holding the coffee social from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., during which information will be shared regarding LGBTQIA+ History month.
Founded in 1994, LGBTQIA+ History Month is an annual, month-long observance of queer history — and the history of the gay rights and related civil rights movements as well.
While at the event, students can learn more about this history and grab some coffee, tea and breakfast pastries. They will also have stickers and resource sheets as well.
The event is open to all students, faculty and staff on campus, and everyone is encouraged to attend. For more information about ALANA events visit them on Instagram: @alana_studentcenter.