January

  • Jan
    13
    5:00pm - 6:00pm

    Regeneration Flow Yoga

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    The Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender is pleased to host Matthew Garza ’11 of the Glitter Goddess Collective, who will lead two virtual yoga sessions during the quiet period. Start the new year by taking time to refresh, regenerate, and tap into the interconnectedness and power of practicing yoga in community.

    ALL BODIES are welcome. QT BIPoC folks especially welcome. Pets welcome. Pajamas/Costumes welcome. Start over. Finish early. Ignore all our directions and do your own thing. Dance while we stretch. Wrap yourself in a snuggie and just breathe with us. Get online with us just to be with us. Come as you are. No previous meditation or yoga experience needed. To learn more about the Glitter Goddess Collective, visit https://www.theglittergoddesscollective.org/

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  • Jan
    13

    Are you a servicemember or veteran considering applying to Brown for an undergraduate degree? Virtually meet current student veterans and our veteran admissions representative to learn about our application deadlines, degree options, financial aid, and more!

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  • Jan
    14
    Virtual
    5:00pm - 6:00pm

    Gender Lingo Bingo

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    Please join the LGBTQ Center and the Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender for a fun and festive not-so-average virtual bingo night! We’ll be switching up the old boring numbered cards for custom made virtual bingo cards that include words and concepts related to gender and sexuality. Though this is definitely a fresh take on your grandparents’ bingo, no prior GenSex or bingo knowledge is necessary! RSVP to reserve a bingo card and play for a chance to win some fabulous prizes! Please note that costumes or fun hats are *always* encouraged, but not required.

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  • Jan
    14

    Come join us for a fun night of Jackbox (and other games :)) January 14th at 8PM EST (5PM PST)! Take a break from studying and writing to come hang out at the U-FLi Center, get to know your peers, and hopefully make Quiet Period a little less quiet!

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  • Jan
    14

    Welcome to the Baha’i Club’s spring term introduction gathering! In this space we will discuss some of the history and main principles of the Baha’i Faith, as well as some of the community building initiatives that are inspired by Baha’i teachings. A central principle of the Baha’i Faith is the oneness of humanity, and this is based on the belief that all, no matter their racial, ethnic, religious, or other background, have a part to contribute to this oneness. We believe that this oneness is achievable through our collective actions. All are welcome!

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  • Whether you’re a serious BuJo queen like Amanda Rach Lee, an occasional BuJo king, or are one of the many people sitting around wondering what the BuJo craze is all about, this event is for you! Join the LGBTQ Center and Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender for an event dedicated to bullet journaling! Created by Ryder Carroll as a way of organizing his life as someone with multiple learning disabilities, bullet journaling is a fun and highly customizable way of integrating your personal journal, daily to-do list, and yearly calendar all in one place. We’ll provide you with some premade digital layouts created by our in-house artist while leading fun discussions on how to start a practice or recommit to the journey to stay organized for the spring semester. RSVP to receive a Google link.

     

    Those who attend will be entered into a raffle for some brand spanking new BuJo materials to add to (or start) your collection! No previous knowledge or experience necessary. All graduate, undergraduate, and med students welcome!

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  • Whether you’re a serious BuJo queen like Amanda Rach Lee, an occasional BuJo king, or are one of the many people sitting around wondering what the BuJo craze is all about, this event is for you! Join the LGBTQ Center and Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender for an event dedicated to bullet journaling! Created by Ryder Carroll as a way of organizing his life as someone with multiple learning disabilities, bullet journaling is a fun and highly customizable way of integrating your personal journal, daily to-do list, and yearly calendar all in one place. We’ll provide you with some premade digital layouts created by our in-house artist while leading fun discussions on how to start a practice or recommit to the journey to stay organized for the spring semester. RSVP to receive a Google link.

     

    Those who attend will be entered into a raffle for some brand spanking new BuJo materials to add to (or start) your collection! No previous knowledge or experience necessary. All graduate, undergraduate, and med students welcome!

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  • Jan
    16

    Hey y’all, join the LGBTQ Center’s first Gayme Night of the year - featuring oSTEM at Brown! We are going to be hosting Among Us on January 16th, from 5:00-6:30 pm EST. This is a new poppin’ mafia-style game where crewmates on a spaceship perform tasks to win, while figuring out who the Impostors are. Download Among Us on your phone or tablet to get ready. Join us on Zoom and be sure to bring your snacks, invite your friends, and have some ~fun~ with new peeps!

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  • - Prayers and Devotions for World Unity and Peace, Racial Harmony, and Justice for All Humankind

    Come and join us in an evening of reflective and uplifting writings and songs from various faith backgrounds (or none at all). This will be followed by some time for reflection and discussion.

    We encourage and welcome students of all spiritual backgrounds, (including none at all), along with those simply searching for a new way, at all Baha’i Club events and activities.
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  • Come to learn about “Reflections on the Life of the Spirit”, a study space the Baha’i Club will hold throughout the year which is used throughout the world as a basis for community-building at the grassroots/neighborhood level, by engaging people of all backgrounds in a study of who they are as human beings and empowering them to take charge of their own spiritual and material growth. Discussions will center around prayer, the role of religion and religious text, and life and death.

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  • Jan
    22
    Virtual
    7:00pm - 8:00pm

    Welcome Back Game Night

    Come join us for our FIRST EVENT of the spring semester! Join us in community as we play Among Us. Feel free to drop in and play a round or stay the whole time!

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  • Jan
    28

    Join us for a discussion of the relationship between Science and Religion, and how they might work together to combat superstition, fundamentalism, and materialism.

    It is common for people to see a dichotomy between science, logic and reason on the one hand, and spirituality, religion and faith on the other, as though one is forced to choose between them because they are seen as incompatible with each other. How do superstition, fundamentalism, and materialism play into this perplexing problem? This discussion will explore a different approach that sees science and religion as different sides of a single reality.

    Discussion will be preceded by 5-10 minutes of prayers, music and spiritual writings.

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  • Jan
    29

    Welcome (back) to Brown! The LGBTQ Center is hosting a mixer for queer/trans graduate and medical students to mingle with each other and form community. Get ready to come through, meet someone new, and even pop into a breakout room for a smaller conversation or to play a game! Feel free to bring a friend and stay for however long you can. See you there!

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