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PSU Pride Week 2010

Penn State’s Pride Week 2010 kicks off today, and Onward State has the full list of events for all wishing to participate.

Here’s the week’s full itinerary:

Monday – HUB Takeover from 12 to 2pm in the HUB and GAYME Show 7pm at 325 in the HUB.

Tuesday – Teatro Chicana book signing from 1-3pm at the Allen St. Grill and Open Mic from 6-8pm at the West Lounge.

Wednesday – Pride Rally at 12pm at Old Main, Lt Dan Choi keynote speech at 7:30pm in the HUB auditorium, and Webster’s Social from 9-11pm at Webster’s Cafe.

Friday – BNY Mellon career info meeting 11:30-1pm in 101 Boucke, Pride Parade at 4pm between the Life Sci and Chemistry buildings,  and Pro Drag Show at 10pm in HUB Alumni Hall.

Saturday – LGBT Alumni Interest Group Reception (for graduating seniors) from 3-6pm.

There will also be a Safer Sextravaganza the Tuesday after Pride Week at 7pm in HUB Alumni Hall.

Anyone wishing to find more information on Penn State’s LGBTA organization or anything pertianing to the events for Pride Week can check out the official site.


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