Columbia University in the City of New York | New York, N.Y. 10027 Provost of the University 205 Low Memorial Library Dean of Faculties (212) 854-2403 Quetelet Professor of Social Science FAX: (212) 932-0418
November 11, 1994
I want to commend to your attention the attached issue of Community News, a newsletter published monthly during the academic year by gay, bisexual, and lesbian members of the extended family of Columbia University and affiliated institutions.
In our continuing effort to promote acceptance of diversity among both students and employees, I hope that you will view this publication as a window on the concerns of our lesbian, bisexual, and gay students and colleagues, whose presence and myriad contributions to campus life are too often unacknowledged.
Jonathan R. Cole
Community News is published monthly during the academic year by women and men of Columbia University's lesbian, bisexual, and gay community. We thank GABLES-CU and the Offices of Provost and Campus Programs for providing financial and moral support.
Coordinator Dwight Childers 854-4572 email@example.com Articles Editor E. R. Shipp 862-4527 firstname.lastname@example.org Events Editor John P. Rash 678-3779 email@example.com Production Nuala Hallinan 854-5644 firstname.lastname@example.org Margarita Suarez 854-5434 email@example.com John Rash 678-3779 firstname.lastname@example.org Dan King 854-6080 email@example.com Trevor Dawes 854-7309 firstname.lastname@example.org Nurturer Ken Harlin 854-1501 email@example.com Mailing List Stephen Davis 854-8584 firstname.lastname@example.org
Community News is distributed at various public University locations including Earl Hall, via a mailing list (854-4744, or email@example.com), and on Columbia information systems (for help in connecting call the AcIS Help Line, 854-4854). Our mailing address is GABLES-CU, Box 105 Central Mail Room, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 10027. Opinions expressed in these pages belong to the author of each article and do not represent official views of either Community News or Columbia University.