Events & Activities

The Center organizes and hosts events throughout the academic year for the LGBTQIA+ community.  Most events are open to all members and friends of the SGD Center.  The best way to keep track with events and activities is by liking and following our Facebook page and Twitter profile. Much alike most KU campus offices, departments and student organizations, events and activities are most readily accessible on Facebook.  However, if you don't use these social media platforms, you can still see all events via the link to "Spring 2018 Events" in order to mark your calendars this semester!

Be You at KU Pride Photo

Annual campanile photo opp in April for pride and allyship at KU!

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Bi-Visibility Day

International Celebrate Bisexuality Day helps people find the bisexual community at KU, held annually on September 23rd

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GAYPRIL

A celebratory month to raise awareness and support for LGBTQIA+ communities

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Half-past 10b

Monthly presentations and discussions of 10b (Trans* and non-binary) identities in popular culture

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Lavender Graduation

A graduation celebration in May that recognizes LGBTQIA+ Jayhawks and all of their achievements

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National Coming Out Day

October 11 every year the Center for SGD celebrates National Coming Out Day by tabling on Wescoe beach

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Trans Day of Remembrance

An annual day of remembrance on November 20 that honors the memory of those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence

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Queer Movie Night Series

Bi-weekly during the semester on Monday nights at 7:30pm in the SGD Center, featuring queer movies and discussions; all members and allies welcome

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Queer Women's Coffee

A German word for a "social gathering esp. with tea and conversation," the first Wednesday of every month at 3pm in the Center

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