March 7, 2014 (The Cardinal Newman Society) – A student group at LeMoyne College, a Jesuit institution in upstate New York, will be hosting its second annual drag show on Monday March 10, according to


The group Creating Awareness and Reaching Equality (C.A.R.E.) writes about the event on its Facebook page, calling it “a fun event for everyone” where students can “learn about drag culture ettiquet (sp), enter prize raffles, and dance!”

The event, which the student group calls “one of the biggest campus events of the year” will take place in the Grewen Auditorium.

CARE, according to the college’s website, “seeks to provide the LeMoyne College Community with information & programs on Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transsexual/Questioning (GLBTQ) issues and concerns.”

The poster for the event shows a man with half his face made up as a woman and says “Mondays are Such a Drag.”

Reprinted with permission from The Cardinal Newman Society


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