Green Dragon Turned into Freshmen Housing, Queer Community Expresses Distress

Cornell has solved its housing crisis. Instead of serving “gay little monkey lattes,” Green Dragon will now serve up first-year housing. With 69 beds in the cafe, inhabitants themselves may have to climb to their bunks along the ceiling, similar to gay little monkeys. Still, some students in the College of Architecture, Art and Planning say that the move violates their queer safe space. “I am gay, and I am scared, terrified and afraid,” Lana Gary Beatrice Tanner Quinn ’28 said.