I. G. Greer
In 1990, four students at Appalachian State University formed the Sexual Awareness Group at Appalachian (SAGA) in an effort to create an inclusive and welcoming environment for LGBTQ+ students at ASU. The club has undergone several name changes over the years (including B-GLAD in 1993, B-GLAAD in 1998, and finally the Sexuality and Gender Alliance [SAGA] in 2008), and it has continued to thrive on ASU's campus for the past three decades. I. G. Greer Hall is an academic building at ASU known for its theater and auditorium, with the conference room on the second story serving as the meeting location of SAGA for a time.
Appalachian State University. "I. G. Greer Studio Theatre." I. G. Greer Studio Theatre Request.
Outhistory. "Appalachian State University LGBT Life, 1989-1998." LGBTQ Life in Watauga County, North Carolina, 1969-2009.
Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA) Club Records. Appalachian State University Special Collections.
University Archives Ephemera Collection. Appalachian State University Special Collections.