The Out to Lunch Gender, Sexuality and Community Lecture Series (OTL Lecture Series)
A weekly academic lecture and discussion series with guest scholars and community activists from various disciplines examining a variety of topics related to gender identity, gender expression and sexuality. Each semester offers a broad sampling of the existing research and current activism on topics that may include public health, religion, spirituality, business, military, science, K-12 education, families, immigration, literature, politics, law, community organizing, history, violence, race & ethnicity, age, counseling, therapy, sports, romance, policy and many other areas.
Out to Lunch is a interdisciplinary lecture series that focuses on queer studies. All lectures are scheduled for Wednesdays at noon at the Rainbow Center, Student Union 403, unless otherwise posted. Undergraduate students have an option to take the lecture series as a credit-bearing class UNIV 2500, “Gender, Sexuality and Community: Queer Studies in an Interdisciplinary Approach.” One does not have to be enrolled in the class in order to attend any or all of the lectures.
Visit the Rainbow Center for a full list of this semester’s presenters!
Come join us for an hour of Spanish-filled conversations. ALL LEVELS of Spanish speakers are welcomed! We will have interesting conversations, play fun games and discuss current events all in Spanish. Join us for great practice and a fun time!
Every Monday, 4:30-5:30pm, Puerto Rican/Latin American Cultural Center, Student Union 438