GSEC Events - Fall 2014:

Queer Week
October 6th - October 11th


Queer Week aims to educate students and members of the Chico community on queer issues and show support for the LGBTQ+ community. This is a week-long series of events spanning from Monday, October 6th to Saturday, October 11th. There will a culminating Pride March on that Friday.

Monday, October 6th:

"Unity or Disunity? A Queery" Panel | 4:30-6pm in BMU 210
LGBT*Q+ City Council Candidate Forum - hosted by Stonewall Alliance | 6:45pm at City Council Chambers

Tuesday, October 7th:

Safe Zone Ally Training | 9am-11am in Studio A of the Meriam Library
Informational Tabling and Tie Dying | 6-8pm in the UHUB

Wednesday, October 8th:

Informational Tabling Fair | 10am-2pm in Trinity Commons with a teach-out at 1pm
Wear your Rainbow Colors Day (encouraged by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion)

Thursday, October 9th:

Pride and University Housing (co-hosting a play) | 6pm at UHUB

Friday, October 10th:

Pre-march gathering | 4pm in BMU 005
Pride March | 5pm at Trinity Commons

Saturday, October 11th:

National Coming Out Day! (Wear rainbows all day!)
Coming Out for Art show and reception - hosted by Stonewall Alliance | 6pm-11pm in the Great State Coffee Company - 3881 Benatar Way


Focus Film Festival
October 25th | 6:45pm | Colusa Hall


The GSEC will be cohosting with Stonewall Alliance the film "The Case Against 8", which follows the Supreme Court case against Proposition 8 including the lives of the plaintiffs. This will be part of a larger festival of films over the course of a weekend.


Trans* Day of Remembrance
November 20th | Time and Location TBD


TDOR is a day to remember and honor those who have been killed as a result of anti-transgender violence, and acts to bring attention to the continued violence endured by the transgender community.


LGBTQ+ Conference
December 6th | BMU Auditorium


The conference is an opportunity for all people to educate and empower themselves while building community and support within the LGBTQ+ and allied communities. This event is free to all campus and community members. Lunch will be provided.


Maggie and Milk Awards