Spring 2015 Events

Spring 2015 Events


Mentorship Monday Movie
February 16, 2015
5-7pm
GLBT Resource Center

Join us for the inaugural Mentorship Monday Movie! All Mentorship Program mentors and mentees are welcome! Popcorn and drinks will be provided. 

If you are interested in being paired with an LGBTQ+/Ally mentor, you can download an application at https://docs.com/1GGZB and email it to glbt@tamu.edu or bring it by Cain Hall C-103!

If you are interested in becoming a mentor, you can download an application at https://docs.com/1HJGI and email it to glbt@tamu.edu or bring it by Cain Hall C-103!

Telling Our Stories, Part III: From Story to Spotlight
February 19, 2015
5-7pm
GLBT Resource Center

Join us for the third installation of the Telling Our Stories series, From Story to Spotlight. Everyone is welcome! You don't have to have anything prepared, but be sure to bring your notes from the previous Telling Our Story events if you have them! Krista may and Andrew Roblyer will offer guidance and support on writing and performing our stories in an engaging and authentic manner. We hope to see you there! 

The Coming Our Monologues Drafts Due
by Midnight of February 27, 2015 to glbt@tamu.edu 

The Coming Out Monologues are written by students, faculty, staff and community members collaborating to present various aspects of the coming out process spanning the range of human emotion. We wish to include stories from numerous and unique backgrounds and perspectives, including coming out as an ally, as straight, from the perspective of parents and friends of people in the GLBT community, as well as members of the GLBT community itself. These are only some suggestions, and we are in no way limiting any submission or theme. Humorous, poignant, serious, embarrassing and creative: we want it all!

LGBT Q.P.R. Training
March 24, 2015
5:30-7:30pm

Location T.B.A.

LGBTQ youth, including college students, are at a higher risk for suicide. Would you know what to say? What to do? How to help? Join us for this special suicide prevention training. Dinner will be provided. To register, email "QPR@SCS.tamu.edu" and put "QPR-LGBT" in the subject line. Include your name and tamu email address. Co-sponsored by the Texas A&M Student Counseling Service and the GLBT Resource Center. 

The Coming Out Monologues 
April 2, 2015
6-9pm
Rudder Theater

Join us for the 8th Annual Coming Out Monologues! They are a culmination of stories written and performed by students, faculty, staff of Texas A&M and B/CS community members and present various aspects of the coming out process spanning the range of human emotion. Inspired by “The Vagina Monologues” written by Eve Ensler, they are a representation of the diverse and unique experiences from LGBTQA individuals as a means to empower and build community by sharing their own story. Included are stories from numerous and unique backgrounds and perspectives, including coming out as an ally, as straight, from the perspective of parents and friends of people in the GLBT community, as well as members of the GLBT community itself.

Lavender Graduation Celebration
April 8, 2015
7-9pm
MSC 2300 D&E

Join us for our second annual Lavender Graduation Celebration! This is an opportunity for Texas A&M University LGBTQ+ students, their friends, and families to join and celebrate the academic achievements of LGBTQ+ students and their contributions to Texas A&M University. Will Jardell, Texas A&M University Class of 2013 and America’s Next Top Model Cycle 21 Runner-Up, will be the keynote speaker. 


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