Seven months after Glasgow University Union (GUU) banned all single sex dinners, two have been scheduled within weeks of each other.
The Evening Times can reveal that Harwood Ladies' Dinner was held last month and the LAMB (Last All Male Board) dinner is due to take place later this month.
Sources at the university union confirmed that the women-only dinner had taken place and the male-only would go ahead.
In March, the union introduced the suspension as part of a series of measures designed to ensure there was no repeat of the boorish behaviour that caused a scandal during a debate.
Two women taking part in a debate were booed and subjected to cries of "shame woman" when they stood up to discuss a motion.
Visiting debaters Rebecca Meredith, of Cambridge University, and Marlena Valles, of Edinburgh University, said when they approached one of the men involved he shouted: "Get that woman out of my union."
As a result, GUU commissioned an independent review into the culture within its own organisation. The results of the report are yet to be published.
Sarah Kilday, co-president of Glasgow University Feminist Society, said: "The GU have made some good changes towards equality since the scandal last year. So we think it is shame that they are bringing back this dinner that is so symbolic of sexism within the GUU.
"The problem with the LAMB dinner is that it explicitly celebrating the exclusion of women."
A statement from GUU said: "All private functions held at Glasgow University Union must agree to uphold our values of equality and diversity."