Starting in January, Bowling Green State University's "Beyond The Dream" series focuses on the different cultures across campus. From guest speakers and musicians and multiple academic conferences, the series of events provides a variety of opportunities to share in the multicultural experience.

Featured Events

Beyond the Dream Events (2019-20 Coming Soon)

Tunnel of Oppression

As you guide yourself through this multi-sensory exhibition, you will explore the issues of power, privilege, diversity and inclusion. Staff members will be...

Melissa Harris-Perry

MELISSA HARRIS-PERRY Television Host | Political Commentator | Professor Bowen-Thompson Student Union | Lenhart Grand Ballroom | 7 p.m. CAREER...

Taste of February

Black History Month is a time to reflect on the past but also a time to focus on the impact our actions currently have on the present and look toward the...

Women of Color leadership Summit

This event brings women of color activists-scholars to BGSU to discuss contribution to leadership models.

Leelah Alcorn

TBD | Howard’s Club H Proceeds go to the Rainbow Fund

International Women's Day

A day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. bgsu.edu/oma


RUBEN ANGEL, AKA QUEER XICANO CHISME Public Speaker, Socio-Cultural Critic Bowen-Thompson Student Union | Lenhart Grand Ballroom Keynote luncheon | 11:30 a.m.

Blake Leeper Headshot

University Libraries welcomes Blake Leeper, Olympic/Paralympic Games Medalist, World and American Record Holder, to its Ordinary People, Extraordinary...

Not In Our Town

7:15 a.m. | Wood County Fairgrounds Junior Fair Building

Lavender Graduation 2018

5:30 – 7:30 p.m. | Bowen-Thompson Student Union | Room 228

Latino/a/x Graduation 2019

4 – 6 p.m. | Bowen-Thompson Student Union | Room 228

Black Graduation 2019

4 – 6 p.m. | Bowen-Thompson Student Union | Lenhart Grand Ballroom

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