Spring 2015 Events
Spring 2015 Events
Spring Open House
January 22, 2015
Join us for our Spring Open House! We will be welcoming students to the Spring 2015 semester and to the newly renovated GLBT Resource Center and announcing our programs planned for the Spring.
Speakers Bureau Training
January 29, 2015
Cain Hall B-111 (POD)
Want to help educate classes, departments, and student organizations about LGBTQ+ issues? We need student panelists to speak about their identities and experiences. Share your story! This training will prepare and allow you to serve on Speakers Bureau, Two Truths and a Stereotype, and other panel presentations.
The Coming Out Monologues Drafts Due
by Midnight February 27, 2015
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!
The Coming Out Monologues
April 2, 2015
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.
April 8, 2015
MSC 2300 D&E
Lavender Graduation is designed to support an institution's mission of excellent service that embraces, enhances, and celebrates the academic achievement of LGBT students. It is a cultural celebration that recognizes LGBT students of all races an ethnicities and acknowledges their achievements and contributions to the university. Through such recognition, LGBT students leave the institution with a positive last experience.
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