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There’s a really nice library inside the Center, too, with books (academic LGBT stuff but also fiction! It also has programs like Ally Training and tons of social, political, and generally educational events for both LGBT students, and Duke and Durham in general. NCCU’s LGBT organization, Colors of NCCU, helped to sponsor an LGBT Celebration Week last February that included documentary film screenings, a panel discussion of Amendment One, and even speed dating.I actually didn’t know about the event before writing this up, so if there are any NCCU students out there, maybe you can talk about how it went!Regardless of whether you’re affiliated with a local college, you should also check out or Yahoo! The latter includes groups like the Durham Gender Alliance. On that note, Triangle Grrrls is also totally worth checking out.), and Whole Foods (621 Broad St), because where there is chicken-fried tofu, there be queers.Finally, Durham’s food truck scene has exploded over the last year or so.There are a few colleges in the Durham area: Duke University, Durham Technical Community College, and North Carolina Central University.

I’m a grad student at Duke, so I’m best able to speak about campus life there.

Seriously, Durham’s restaurants (and those of the Triangle generally) are phenomenal.

If you’re a conscientious queer who likes locally-sourced food and / or vegetarian / vegan options, Durham is becoming a better place to be.

You can find two of my favorites, Ko Kyu BBQ and The Parlour in the Motorco / Fullsteam area on Wednesday evenings, where the Bull City Running Club takes off from.

It’s a good place to grab a beer, have some BBQ or sweet potato fries, and people-watch.

At Pride this past weekend, I found out about the Bull City Vegan Challenge, which encourages chefs at popular Durham restaurants to produce vegan options beyond, you know, a baked potato.