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Starting in January, Bowling Green State University’s “Beyond The Dream” series focuses on the different cultures across campus. From movies at the Gish Film Theater to guest speakers and musicians and an academic conference, the series of events provides a variety of opportunities to share in the multicultural experience.


Featured Events

Beyond the Dream Events

Lavender Graduation

The LGBTQ+ Resource Center celebrates Lavender Graduation to recognize students’ achievements in and commitments to the LGBTQ+ community.

Transracial Experience Panel: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

The term "transracial" is known by adoptees and scholars to describe the situation when a child of color is adopted into an all-white family. Some Asian...

Sister-to-Sister

The Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Counseling Center host Sister to Sister, a women of color support group. As women of color, the journey at BGSU...

We Got Each Other

We Got Each Other is a weekly discussion series that focuses on black male undergraduate student success in college and beyond. The gatherings provide a...

Tarana Burke - Founder of the ‘me too.’ Movement speaks as part of Ordinary People, Extraordinary Stories

Tarana Burke will share the story behind the genesis of the viral 2017 TIME Person Of The Year-winning ‘me too.’ Movement, and gives strength and healing to...

Latin Graduation

Celebrate with our Latin Graduates! Latin Graduation celebrates the hard work and success of the Latino/a/x students. This event is sponsored by the Latino...

Screening of "The Debut"

“The Debut” is the first known Filipino American feature drama produced in the U.S. Gene Cajayon’s seminal film tells the story of teenager rejecting his...

Black Graduation

Black graduation to be held this year on May 5th in Olscamp 101 starting at 5 pm, gives parents, students, faculty, and staff an opportunity to celebrate the...

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