Thursday, September 3, 2009

New home on the web

Come to our new and very-much-improved website:

We will be posting all new information and events at the new site. Yay!

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

LGBT Welcome Meeting

Join us for a reception and resource fair in celebration of the LGBTA community on campus and in the St. Louis metro.

What to expect:
Meet other LGBTA students, faculty, and staff
On and Off campus organizations will be on hand to answer questions.
Displays on campus resources, highlighting programs available to graduate and professional students.
Food and fun!

Ann W. Olin Women's Building Formal Lounge

Program begins at 5:00pm, remarks at 5:30pm

Friday, April 3, 2009

Rooftop Sunset Party

We are celebrating the end of the school year with good food and great company. We will be grilling and drinking and enjoying the VIEW!

FEATURING SPECIAL GUEST: Sarah Warbelow of the Human Rights Campaign (Anna's sister!), who will speak on the importance of the recent Iowa court decision to legalize same-sex marriage -as well as- legal issues affecting LGBT graduate students.

Food, Drink, & Music will be provided. Bring something to share if you can, but don't worry if you can't because we have a budget and we're prepared to use it =]

Street parking is available on Kingshighway or West Pine -or- you can park in the back lot (accessible from West Pine) if there is room.
Friday 4/17 at 6pm

The Park Frontenac Sky Terrace
40 N. Kingshighway

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A Good Day in Iowa

This speaks for itself

Monday, March 9, 2009

QFEST 2009

The Saint Louis LGBTQ Film Festival is coming to the Tivoli...

The second annual edition of QFest will present a slate of 23 films - 11 feature films (8 narrative and 3 documentaries) and 12 short subjects - from eight countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, Spain, France, Japan, Finland, Canada, and Ireland.

QFest begins on Sunday, March 15, and runs through Wednesday, March 18. Tickets are $10 each or $8 for students and Cinema St. Louis members with valid and current IDs. Advance tickets are available on the Landmark Theatres’ Web site:

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

The Official Seal

At the GPC meeting last night Nancy Twilley and Anna Warbelow presented the OUTGrads charter and put the group up for formal approval; it was voted on and given the rubber stamp. This means that we're now an official group! Thanks to everyone who has supported the group and come to the events. This wouldn't be possible without folks to come out and drink discount martinis and discuss LGBT issues over Anna's cookies at the brown bags.

Sucessful Happy Hour!

We had a fantastic turnout (over 40 people) for our first OUTGrads Happy Hour.

Thanks to everyone for coming out making the evening such a success! This was the first of many such evenings--stay tuned for information about our upcoming events.