Alliance held its weekly meeting at 7 p.m. on Sunday in the Curris Center with discussion about Fame Monster, the annual spring drag show.
The drag show is the group’s largest fundraiser and will be March 1 at 7 p.m. in the large ballroom in the Curris Center.
Alliance President Will Heath said the group is also participating in a work days on March 3 and April 7 where they clean the streets of Calloway County. Each member participating will earn 6 dollars a person an hour. The money will help the Alliance pay for various activities they put on throughout the semester.
Heath said the group is also trying to bring in more speakers for the general assembly meetings.
“I want attract more people to our meetings, because is low this semester,” Heath said.
Eracer is a new student organization that serves individuals with non-conformist gender identities or expressions. This organization is for those wanting to discuss topics around ones gender identity or expression.
Josh Adair, assistant professor of humanities and fine arts and Jody Cofer, academic program specialist are advising the group. Morgan Randall is serving as moderator and Kellie Klessig as recording secretary.
The meeting closed with members discussing potential guest speakers for future general assembly meetings.