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Taking Care of Ourselves & Each Other

Terra exterior. Credit: Residential and Dining Enterprises

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Terra is the unofficial queer and trans-themed co-op and the community strives to foster a space that is safe for marginalized students. This translates to a commitment on the part of all residents to participate in conversations on intersectional (i.e. converging on a variety of identities such as race, gender, ability, religion, class, etc.) issues. The community welcomes students of all backgrounds and levels of familiarity with these topics, the only requirement is a willingness to engage and learn.

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Whether it is impromptu picnics on the lawn, midnight baking in the kitchen, video games in the bi room, lively dinners in the dining area, happy hour in the courtyard or study circles in the lounge - it is never a dull moment at Terra. The community also hosts a dinner party and an all campus every quarter, happy hour biweekly, and a Spring quarter trip. Simply put, Terra is a fun and safe place to make new friends, explore your identity, learn and grow.

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All residents are expected to participate in maintaining their home, through both house and kitchen jobs on a weekly, bi-weekly and quarterly basis.

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Wilbur East, ZAP, Terra, 585 Cowell, Robert Moore South (BOB), and apartments in Mirrielees and EVGR-A Duan Family Hall

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For more information about Terra and other co-op residences visit the Residential & Dining Enterprises website